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Despite the name, this scent isn’t all hard edges and spice. Designed by innovative perfumer Juliette Has a Gun, it’s a seductive blend of rose, earthy patchouli, and rounded vanilla notes. Richer and deeper than conventional rose-based scents, Lady Vengeance will never be mistaken for sweet.
The smell is not subtle and it's just not a scent that I'd wear casually. I've tried other scents from this brand and all don't blend well with my lifestyle.2
the smell is so strong and it reminds me of a cheap perfume store at the mall1
This product is definitely not for me. The scent is extremely strong and "mature". I'm more into soft, floral & fruity scents.1
Didn't like the smell, made my allergies go crazy, and my boyfriend said it smelt like a funeral home!1
This perfume smells terrible! It smells like generic old lady perfume and it is so strong, I could smell it through the paper envelope before I ever even sprayed it. I'm sure some people love this scent, I'm just not one of them.1
i was super intrigued when i saw this in my birchbox. the packaging was adorable. the brand straight up sounded awesome. rose, patchouli, and vanilla with spicy undertones? yes please! however, that's not at all what it smelled like. the best i can describe it is as old stale flowery avon your grandmother has had under a cabinet for many years and just won't part with.1
The smell of this fragrance was awful. I put it on and my husband said "what's that smell? it smells like a spicy old lady." Definitely not the right scent for me!2
I love the subtle smell of this perfume. It is one of my favorites. I wish it was not sooo expensive.3
I have Not A Perfume but this scent did not smell good on me. It was very strong a spicy. I love the brand. This was not for me4
The scent of this fragrance was too strong for me. I am sensitive to perfum and this one just wasn't for me.2