Beat by Beyonce is among the colognes where notes play hide and seek, always transforming that which you feel. Look away for another after which come back: there is going to be something on your skin or on the blotter.
Frosted Bergamot, top Notes: Pear Flower, Blue Curacao Accord.
Midnight Blooming Jasmine, middle Notes: Bluebird Orchid, Fine Peony.
Base Notes: Intoxicating Musk, Madagascar Vanilla Infusion, Precious Woods.
It begins using a light tutti frutti bubble-gummy odor, backed up by way of an opaque and warmish spice. Pepper is generally the one which gives this effect, although it is not among the notes. The end result is a pleasant fragrance, muffled with a layer that is powdery, more easy to smell than to describe.
On skin on the flip side, it appears to settle right down into a more fruity and fragrance that is darker. We may declare that one was more alluring and more cryptic, whereas Pulsation takes it easier in the event you previously understand Beyonce's first fragrance, Heat, and it is more oriented towards a use that is day-to-day.
Among cologne fans, star scents sadly carry a standing of being affordable, poor and tasteless until you surprise by Beyonce with things like Beat.