- Jun 29, 2016
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Does anyone recall if Luckyscent runs any type of Black Friday promotions?
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I just checked some old emails because I was wondering this too but the past few years it was the same deal.Does anyone recall if Luckyscent runs any type of Black Friday promotions?
Thanks, I assumed no major sales.I just checked some old emails because I was wondering this too but the past few years it was the same deal.
A sample pack of 8 or so samples for cheaper than normal and a code to use for a larger gift if you spend over ~$100. So nothing really of note historically.
I have tried a handful and I’m mostly indifferent. I didn’t really dislike any but I didn’t really like them either.how do people feel about Amouage perfumes? and any recommendations?
Same experience for me with Xerjoff. Lots of marketing and uber-lux branding, but still composed with as much synthetics as many others.I have tried a handful and I’m mostly indifferent. I didn’t really dislike any but I didn’t really like them either.
For me they were a little too forward, like even with one spray you could smell me across the hall type thing but YMMV
That is on my radar, for sure. But, I've never heard anyone compare it to Floris No 89. I don't find the Floris green or mossy at all, so I wonder what the connection is.If you like 89, I'd also recommend Rogue Perfuemery's Mousse Illume. Fantastic, especially at the price.
Not really. You could make the argument that the neroli might be providing a sweetish white floral aspect, although I didn't personally detect any of it. It's really just a barbershop scent with a rosy, musky, and powdery character. But, it's not just a barbershop scent. It's much more than that.Is 89 as much of a Neroli bomb as I've heard? Because I'm not super keen on those kinds of scents.
Huh, grandiose isn't a word I'd associate with Jubilation XXV. It's relatively tame on me, and I'm still not impressed by it whatsoever. It has a rancid milk accord that makes me gag, and it tries too hard to be a heavy-hitting oriental, but gets the balance of notes wrong on so many levels.I also like Jubilation, but it is rather grandiose. I haven't tried any other from them though.