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Romano Ricci, the self-described “offbeat dandy of the perfume world,” used only a single element to create this minimalist perfume. Ricci takes Shakespeare’s ill-fated heroine as the inspiration for his line, giving her a 21st century makeover. Not a Perfume is a unique, minimalist scent that uses just a single note.
I don't like to be negative but this scent was not for me I actually tried to give it to several friends and not one taker. I just did not care for the scent.1
This has a fun name & the fragrance is great. Very few fragrances last all day but this one did. Got lots of compliments.1
Way too strong for me. I did not like this one at all. Way too over powering with it's scent.1
I'm really not a fan of this scent. It gave me a headache immediately.1
Just not the scent for me. Would never wear it or want to own it.1
Perhaps I got a bad sample, but this fragrance smells a little like a bug spray. i do not like it at all.1
When I received this product I was excited to try but I became majorly disappointed! I'm very sensitive to smells and when I put it on it made me sick at my stomach. I had my mother smell it and she got sick too. I had to wash it off of my body! This was not a good product at all for me. Sorry ????1
I did not enjoy this smell, it was too rough for me i like smells more soft and subtle . Also too strong thats another thing i didn't like took so long to go away and gave me a head ache1
I did not like this scent. Reminded me of DG's light blue.1
This isn't the first time, or the last, Juliette Has a Gun bucks the traditional means of creating a fragrance. However, it isn't the first attempt to use a single note, most specifically ambroxan. What you get is a clean and crisp scent that has a masculine/feminine identity. While I enjoy it, I personally worked as an assistant in a chemistry lab during my junior year of college. I worked with sweet smelling chemicals to bitter, smell destructive compounds. I guess it's niche to stand out, but this fragrance fades faster than it takes someone to look up ambrox. It's not until you see the price tag that you realize what's happening - this really isn't a perfume, it's a joke. The cost that goes into making this chemical, and the tacky flacon its stored in, doesn't justify paying nearly $100.1