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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.
I was excited to try this stuff because I'm sensitive to some scents. The packaging was really nice. I think this contains the #1 ingredient I'm allergic to because my eyes immediately puffed up, face turned red and got an immediate headache.2
I love the way this fragrance smells in the sample and on!5
Love love the smell of this it's light but effective. Just don't like how expensive it is5
Love the simplicity of the ingredients and the subtle complexity of the scent.4
I love how feminine this perfume is without it being too sweet or flowery. I am usually into more musky, men's style fragrances (in fact my current perfume is a man's cologne). Although it's more than I would ever like to spend on a perfume I can't stop smelling myself when I wear it! Worth a splurge me thinks.5
It smell nice, but I don't think the smell is worth the price of the product.3
I've been searching for a light fragrance to wear around scent-sensitive friends. No sensitivity to this great scent!4
I loved this perfume. It smelled fabulous and lasted all night long. The price point is just so high. There is no way I could afford this one :(4
I like how the scent of this perfume, but I don't think I'll purchase it. Mainly because my husband never really noticed it (which is rare). The scent lasts for a long time, which is good for me because I have dry skin that usually does not hold on to a scent for longer than two hours. However, two sprays on my wrists lasts till the next day!!4
At first, I really loved the smell of this , but a couple uses later, it smelled gross to me. I loved that the scent didn't wear off.4