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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 didn't expect to like this perfume. The concept seemed a little odd to me. But when I tried it on, I LOVED it. My partner loved it too, which is a nice bonus! It just smells great. It's pricey, which is a drawback, but I really enjoy wearing it.5
I'm sure that it's a great fragrance for others, but it didn't sit well on me. Thanks to Birchbox's other samples, I'm still in love with my Hello by Harvey Prince fragrance though!1
The scent is not really for me but it is long lasting even after taking a shower I could still smell it on my skin!4
This is a little bit stronger than I'd prefer. Much more abrasive in the "smell lingers in the elevator long after they've left" kind of way. Just not my cup of tea.4
Liked the scent but can't justify the $120 price tag. If I got it as a gift I would definitely wear it!4
This is a wonderful scent. But just too expensive to actually purchase.4
But like an idiot I keep trying the samples, always hoping to find the one that will work for me. Migraine-inducing, but the scent still lingered after a shower which might be good news for perfume lovers.3
I was hoping to try this one, and it was a bit more floral than I hoped, but was still quite nice.4
Loved the smell and packaging of this perfume. Definitely worth a buy in the future5
I'm so obsessed with this smell. Like the greatest scent in the world. I want to just spray it on everything!4