The fragrance, which long sounds on the skin, can play a single note or consist of several. Of course, the second option is already a work of art, since it is difficult to choose a lot of compositions so that they become one. One of the most striking examples of such multifaceted and complex fragrances that have already become a favorite among their counterparts is Shirley May Eau de Toilette Touch of Water. Flowers, fruits, notes of musk and it all blooms and shines in one bottle.The fragrance is opened with the chords of a May rose with a gentle sprinkling of jasmine and languid lily of the valley. It is difficult to single out a leader in this trinity, they are so harmoniously combined with each other. And therefore successfully complemented by notes of the heart, which then completely melt. Water shades become the backdrop for citrus. The lotus and lily are a duet, subtly merging into the general sound. Honey sweetened with pineapple. And quince is a note of astringency that balances all other components.More sweet notes are felt in the plume of flavor - vanilla, toffee, and juicy peach. Musky notes with sandalwood and vetiver give toilet water refinement and elegance. And all this can fit in one drop of fragrance, which will decorate every woman.