This Givenchy perfume is a basket full of half-ripe pears (or melons maybe) strewn across a meadow, where the grass has just been cut but not picked up yet. It’s probably a citrus of some sort that gives the unripe feeling, and there are no florals standing out in the first minutes.
They’re there in the background though, like an event waiting to happen, and they do happen eventually, coming out in the form of rose. It’s pretty intense, but so are the green notes as well, and that deprives the rose of its dense, velvety quality, making it a bit harsh. When it’s more into the heart notes, Givenchy Eaudemoiselle will add generic sweet tones, and will become warmer with musk later, with probably a touch of pepper as well. All in all it grows warmer and less bright, but so much for the blonde chick of death in the ad to make complete sense.
Eaudemoiselle perfume by Givenchy is a light floral with more than a hint of fruits. Good for an everyday use, less good for particular occasions.