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Paco Rabanne Lady Million | Beauty Review | May 2014

Paco Rabanne’s new women’s fragrance has been something close to a hit! This perfume brings more than just a new and fragrant aroma, it brings something exciting! Find out more about Lady Million here.

Credit: Paco Rabanne

Source: Paco Rabanne

Paco Rabanne’s recent women’s fragrance Lady Million brings a fiery sensual character to each women who wears this beautiful perfume. It embodies the dreams that each women envisions of owning and becomes the definition of glamour, which every man fantasizes of enticing.

This woody floral fragrance consists of the most harmonious bases yet to be discovered. The short-lived aroma of neroli, bitter orange and raspberry as the top note gives off the light lure that is needed to attract any sophisticated woman into the glamorous world of Million fragrances.

The heart of the fragrance contains orange flower and jasmine sambac. This heart note definitely sparks the flowery and fruity corner of all perfumes, creating a new sweet citrus smell to entice  handsome sexy men. Leaving a lasting impression, the base note is all about patchouli and honey. It’s the sweet earthy combination which makes every women’s new fiery character ever lasting, making them linger on for even longer in the glamour world.

For all those quiet timid ladies, we believe that Lady Million Eau De Parfum will give you a new fiery energy to rock every party, strut every red carpet and even win over your steamy date! And for the ladies already with a free spirit, the fragrance will give you the power to right all your wrongs and put you in the heavenly spotlight of every night!

You can buy Paco Rabanne Lady Million from The Perfume Shop. Prices start at £49.50.

Reviewer: Reema Patel

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