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Romano Ricci, the self-described “offbeat dandy of the perfume world”, only used one element to create this minimalist perfume. Shakespeare’s ill-fated heroine served as the inspiration for the line, but Ricci has resurrected and transformed her. Juliet now lives in the 21st century and carries with her one of the most powerful weapons of seduction – perfume.
Clean, simple, lovely for spring/summer or really year round. I like fragrances that aren't over the top.3
This scent was not terrible but definitely not something I would buy or wear on a regular basis.3
I liked the smell well enough when I initially put it on, but the way it developed over time on me was not my favorite. I was in a hurry to wash it off by the end of the evening.3
I don't understand the whole "not a perfume" branding, but the product itself has a very nice scent. Not too strong, but lasting.3
I was not a fan of the scent it was too strong for me.3
This smells pretty good. I haven't tried it enough to know if I really love it or not.3
At first the name really threw me off and I was confused what it was. Then when I first smelled it, I absolutely loved it...until about 10 minutes later. It starts off as this beautiful and elegant rich scent. After a while it was too strong and over powering. It also came through as overwhelmingly musky. Maybe if used very, very sparingly it could be ok. But be warned, this is very strong!3
I really liked the scent - not overly flowery or feminine, but it seemed to fade really fast.3
I liked this perfume, but it just wasn't right for me. A little too musky or something that just wasn't the right edge for me.3
This fragrance is fine, just not for me. I could see some women who would enjoy this scent.3