Elizabeth Arden Fifht Avenue Eau de Parfum is a fragrance for a woman who possesses a sense of style. A woman who is intelligent, successful, elegant, and easily walks between luxurious showcases, feeling good in her own skin.
The top notes are lilac, linden blossom, dewy magnolia, mandarin and bergamot. Heart notes are Bulgarian pink violet, ylang-ylang, jasmine, Indian tuberose, peach, carnation and nutmeg. The base is composed of amber, Tibetan musk, sandalwood, iris and vanilla.
Fifth Avenue can be used by women at all ages, but the biggest group of buyers are women from 35 years.
Eau de Parfum
Eau de Parfum is composed of 10-20% aromatic compounds. This means that 10-20% of the perfume is made of perfume oils, while 80-90% is alcohol. The typical Eau de Parfum is 15% perfume.
Eau de Parfum has a stronger and longer lasting scent than Eau de Toilette. it is more concentrated and has strong heart notes that linger after the top notes have faded away.
Apply the Eau de Parfum to pulse point so that the fragrance has an opportunity to blossom upwards around you.
Starting in 1910, an age when it was rare for women to wear make-up much less run their own businesses, Elizabeth Arden opened her first spa on Fifth Avenue and began to build one of the the world's first global beauty brands.