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Eau de Parfum

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Ohh no. On me this was terrabla (see what I did there????) . If you'll tolerate an emotion-based review, this one started as creepy woods—every time I sniffed my wrist I felt creeped out. It dried down fine, but the creepy was there for a while. I just reread the description above and hilariously it is about a woman disappearing, so, spot on I guess? If that's your vibe check it out?
By   - Business from Boston on 11/10/2020
Yeah, no. Starts out smelling like creepy woods, dries fine, but no. Why is it so creepy-smelling at the start?
By   - Business from Boston on 10/28/2020
Wow. This was a really fun scent experience. It starts off highly astringent with fresh herbs, torn leaves and branches, and sharp citrus. A very true herbaceous scent, but very sharp. As the sharpness fades, you can smell more of the juniper. Again, a very true juniper. So nice. The herbs and juniper then mellow into a resinous wood scent. There is still a little edge to it, but it gives it a freshly cut cedar/cypress smell rather than only the resin smell. Really beautiful. The ending wood and juniper pairing may be more masculine than unisex, but it all depends on your personal definitions.
By   - Student from Cincinnati, OH on 8/10/2018
I tried the sample and I do enjoy this scent. It doesn't linger which is surprising because it has such strong head note. It hits with its green notes. Although the end notes are woodsy Cypress and Cedar Wood, it gives you an impression of a musk like base. Overall, I would recommend this scent as a night fragrance worth wearing for those colder nights.
By   - Law from San Diego on 11/11/2016
I really wanted to love this, as the list of notes is a dream, but while it starts off with a lovely mix of salt and green, it falls flat on me very quickly and just smells muddled and slightly dank.
By   - Writer and teacher from Cambridge on 5/24/2016
Bright sage and juniper with cedar and muddled citrus underneath. Really leans more masculine than unisex.
By   - Whisperer from Northeast on 8/16/2014
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