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Along with dark skinny jeans and distressed leather jackets, this unisex perfume from the NY-based clothing label exudes downtown cool. BLK DNM founder Johan Lindeberg—a fashion industry veteran who has worked with the likes of Justin Timberlake—set out to create a “perfume with character.” The resulting scent is a spicy blend that will set you apart from the sweet-smelling masses.
this was the most nasty smelling man purfume i have ever smelled. i hate it. sorry to be so blunt, but it smells like a man. straight to the trash it went.1
I found this fragrance to be very evening appropriate -- much too heavy for day time.3
I'm not a fragrance person, so I'm not likely to recco any fragrance to friends. That being said, it was a lovely scent, just not for me.1
I love how it is a unisex fragrance! Perfect tomboy/tough girl smell5
Please do NOT send me any more fragrance samples. thanks1
I'm in love with this! It's the first Birchbox product that I know I MUST buy. It definitely has a spicy kick, but in a sexy way. It was made as a unisex scent, which I suppose it could be, but I think I prefer it for females. I can't wait to buy it! The only downside is the price :( so expensive, but worth it I think.5
I love getting perfume samples from BB, they're some of my favorite to get. This one was interesting but smelled a little bit strong for me. But it was unique, which I liked.4
I thought this perfume smelled all right but it defiantly smelled too masculine for me. I thought it might be nice on a guy but defiantly not for me.2
I think this perfume is a little too spicy for me. I really like light and floral perfumes. I am going to give it to my brother to try.3
I like spicy, unisex scents but this one reminds me too much of a teenage boy's deoderant. So far I've gotten a perfume in every birchbox, and so far I haven't liked any of them. I think it's too risky putting perfume in the boxes because it's such a personal, specific type of product.1