Lancome Miracle Tendre Voyage ~ new fragrance

Lancome Miracle Tendre Voyage perfumeLancôme will launch Miracle Tendre Voyage, a new travel-retail exclusive fragrance, this month. The new scent is a flanker to 2000's Miracle for Women. 

Miracle Tendre Voyage was developed by perfumers Alberto Morillas and Harry Fremont. According to the two men...

Our wish was to create a fragrance enhanced with much more fluidity and freshness than eau de parfum Miracle, a scent whose ultra-natural top notes and lightly aqueous character would convey a more vivacious impression, reminiscent of morning dew shimmering on a bouquet of fresh flowers.

The notes include mandarin, violet, rose, peony, musk and cedar. 

Lancôme Miracle Tendre Voyage will be available in 75 ml Eau de Toilette. (via moodiereporttrend-news)

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  1. Just in time when they’re discontinuing half the Lancome line…typical.

    • Robin says:

      Happily for me there isn’t much in the Lancome line I’d miss :-)

      • None of the La Collection scents grabbed you? Magie is reformulated too.

        • Robin says:

          Une Rose is really the only one, and while I do think it’s a great scent, it would not kill me if it was gone…

  2. Daisy says:

    oh look Robin, your favorite: it’s PINK !!!

    when they say : “ulta-natural top notes and lightly aqueous” is that code for “fresh” hmmmm, over-used perfume terms acquiring their own flanker terms?
    I have to admit that any time I see cedar in the notes I get a little interested…however I suppose I’m always mildly interested in sniffing anything new, just because I haven’t sniffed it yet. I’m new enough to this that everything needs at least a quick ‘stop n sniff’. Even if I do end up running away with my hand over my nose.

    • Robin says:

      Sounds fresh to me! But admittedly I can’t hardly remember what Miracle smelled like to begin with.

      • Daisy says:

        truthfully, me either. I’ve not been a huge fan of Lancome. I did have a bottle of Tresor (about a million years ago) but got tired of it quite quickly. Their only other fragrance that I liked (though not well enough to shell out the $$ for a bottle) is Mille et Une Rose…which is nice and lemony-rosey at first but turns to wine soon enough.

        • Robin says:

          I like that one too. Thought Magnifique was nice, but didn’t buy that one either.

  3. AlbertCAN says:

    Perhaps there’s a reason why fragrance operation accounts only 10% of Lancôme’s targeted revenue (at least in Canada). Sorry but I for one is glad that I won’t be travelling anytime soon.

    • Robin says:

      When I think of Lancome, I mostly think of mascara.

      • Daisy says:

        they used to make an excellent soft sponge tipped eyeliner–the best eyeliner ever–went on smooth and smokey without pulling at the lid….so of course it was discontinued…I’ve been sort of boycotting them ever since….I think it has them quite upset! lol

  4. Flora says:

    Whatever! Too many mediocre Lancome scents diluting the brand’s cachet. I know that Alberto Morillas is capable of better than this, whose focus group came up with this idea?

    • AlbertCAN says:

      Probably none who reads NST!

    • Robin says:

      Flora, I wonder if the La Collection Lancome scents sold as well as this sort of thing, though? But yes, there are presumably far better uses for Alberto Morillas’ time :-)

  5. Isa says:

    I have to confess that I absolutely love original Miracle. It was my first Eau de Parfum and it was love at first sniff. I was 21 and Miracle had been launched a year ago or so.
    To me it is still special and I have always had a bottle in my wardrobe. I only wear it in special occasions because it is a very special scent for my boyfriend and me (we met in 2001 and this perfume is linked to our first dates).
    I love the spiciness in Miracle, given by pepper and ginger but I have noticed that it must have been reformulated because my 2001 juice is much more spicy than the juice which I smell nowadays in more modern bottles.
    I don’t like other flankers from Miracle like Miracle Forever, which is too much sweet for me.

    • Robin says:

      How nice, and what a shame they’ve already reformulated it.

    • Nile Goddess says:

      Absolutely agree. Loved the original Miracle, never owned it, and yes it does seem changed which is a pity.

      I owned O de Lancome and Oui, both lovely and fresh and citrusy, and also my love of the Lancome range – Poeme.

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