Ishq EDP by Anfas
Concentration: Eau de Parfum
Size: 75 ml
Anfas introduces Ishq, the perfect balance of Oriental elegance and modern sensuality. The notes are bold yet delicate; there is a comfort in its familiarity. It is warm but exuberant. This fragrance is inviting without being aggressive. Ishq by Anfas is a Floral Fruity fragrance for women and men. This is a new fragrance. Ishq was launched in 2019. Ishq was created by Christian Carbonnel and Asim Al Qassim. Ishq (meaning Love) is a limited edition Eau de Parfum that pays homage to those traditions.
Introducing Ishq, a new fragrance by Anfas, for the woman who lives out every second of her life. Light floral top notes of saffron and jasmine blend into lushly fruity middle notes of raspberry and amber for a character that's flirtatious and feminine. The drydown reveals sensuous musk, sandalwood, and talc for a comfort that lingers.
Ishq translates to "passion," and this scent embodies the feeling of falling in love--from the initial stirrings of interest, to the excitement of getting to know someone, to the passion that springs forth when two people truly connect. Ishq is a scent created for the mature woman who has already discovered love, happiness, and success.
About The Brand:
Anfas is a fragrance brand that does not have any variants. There are no Anfas Eau de Parfums for Women or Men - it is a brand name that encompasses all perfume products from this French fashion designer. The perfumes from the house of Anfas were created by perfumers Asim Al Qassim and Christian Carbonnel. Show all fragrance brands with 16 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 2014 and the newest is from 2019.
Bringing the world spectacular spices and raw materials, the intoxicating Anfas fragrances are infused with earthy and enigmatic scents. Anfas is a new fragrance brand that reflects on its exoticism as an opportunity to create reflections that identify as real as they are fantastic.
Top Notes: Saffron and Jasmine
Middle Notes: Raspberry and Amber
Base Notes: Talc and Oakmoss