100% Pure Chipie Green Chipie

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100% Pure Chipie Green Chipie

Rated 3.50 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

100% Pure Chipie Green Chipie for women of Chipie

SKU:  ffb47ebf8c1f Perfume Category:  . Fragrance Brand: Notes:  , , , , .


After the debut fragrance Chipie and Princess Chipie flanker, Coty and Chipie brand launched the 100% Pure Chipie collection of two youthful fragrances inspired by techno music and neon colors: Purple and Green. Its bottles are designed by Serge Mansau to look like soda drink bottles. The boxes are adorned with sparkling neon colors. The advertising face of Chipie perfumes is british model Polly Robinson.

100% Pure Chipie Green is a sparkling blend of notes of rum resins, Pina Colada and Capirinha cocktails, violet and mint. The fragrance is available as 30 and 50 ml EDT. 100% Pure Chipie Green was launched in 1998.

4 reviews for 100% Pure Chipie Green Chipie

  1. :

    4 out of 5

    I’ve still got and old bottle of this I bought in my student days. I never did wear perfum much which is why I didn’t use it up. I think it smells rather like a caipirinha with the violet coming through just enough so you don’t actually smell quite like someone has tipped their cocktail over you. It is a very uplifting sweet lime scent but not so sweet it is like pop, even if the very cool looking bottle is modelled on a pop bottle. I still like it, and it was really great value.

  2. :

    4 out of 5

    Chipie Green was close to the original Chipie, very sweet and bubbly, but with a cool, green accord.
    Now that I know it was lime and mint, it all makes sense.
    A rather unspectacular perfume, but a good, gourmandy bodyspray with average longevity.

  3. :

    3 out of 5

    I would really like to test this one because the notes are SO appealing !

  4. :

    3 out of 5

    They need to re produce this i really love this
    i have an empy bottle of it, It is my baby-hood fragrance LOL

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