Rebelle Perfume by Rihanna Review

Rebelle Perfume by Rihanna
Rebelle Perfume by Rihanna


Pop superstar, Rihanna wows audiences worldwide with every performance with her amazing talent and extraordinary beauty.  Now the chart-topping singer shares another side of her vibrant sexy energy in her second memorable fragrance of Rebelle perfume by Rihanna that I received for this review.

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated.  Opinions are solely mine.**

Classified as a gourmand chypre, this lush sensual scent of 2012 was created by perfumers, Caroline Sabas and Marypierre Julien.  The pair also created her first fragrance, Reb’l Fleur that hit stores in 2011 from manufacturer and distributor, Parlux Fragrances.

Juicy strawberries and ripe purple plums open Rebelle until the ginger emerges jolting the scent to a lively, but tantalizing beat.  Once the heart unfolds, the daring fragrance, swaying seductively with exotic allure and tropical heat,  invitingly beckons from the cacao absolute, vanilla orchid and heliotrope.  Ever so tempting, the bewitching scent mesmerizes and keeps you guessing until it takes a powerful hold of the senses with the rich patchouli, the essence of rare coffee beans, creamy musk and the hungry passion of amber that cannot be denied.

Black heel and gold chain with a dramatic drape of red teasingly positioned along the stiletto-shaped glass bottle keep pack with this enticing fragrance.

This romantic scent is bold, uninhibited but self-assured feminine sensuality at its best.  Smoldering with sassy tropical splendor, defiantly sexy,  Rebelle is a true showstopper of unexpected surprises, like the star herself Rihanna, that will only leave you wanting more.

Never a dull moment when you wear Rebelle perfume by Rihanna from my time with it since this review because it is charged with sex appeal.  I really love the way the layers of this fragrance warm to life against the skin to cause that chain reaction and explosive heat.  My wholehearted recommendation is to understand this fragrance  is to experience it yourself because it captivating.




1 Comment

  1. Jennifer Haile
    February 17, 2012 / 9:50 am

    I 'd love to try this perfume because gourmand and chypre are two of my most favorite perfume types.

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