Summary: This is what I imagine hairdressers wear to work. Clean and sparkly in a quite sweet way. If you like Viva La Juicy, I think you might like this one as well. It's hard to argue that it smells unpleasant (Just like La Juicy). It's like a McDonalds burger in that way.
Summary: Lady million sure is a heavy madame, she has all the beauty from white florals and The sweet from honey , and last and least fruity fresh. Its fruity floral mainly floral. Well blend and suitable for everyone, only difference is The amount of sprays less is definitly better with the Lady.
Summary: I was sitting in church yesterday when my husbands cousin rushed in later and sat quietly next to me. (Whispering) Me: Cookie, what the hell are you wearing? She: lady million. Why? Me: good god,it's a heavy one! She: In a good way? Me: No. It's horrible. Please don't wear it again! She: Jesus!!!
Summary: I'll probably attract an angry pitchfork wielding mob with this review, but here goes...my first impression of this when it was released was that the name was tacky, the bottle was cheap looking and the advertising was obnoxious.
Summary: The opening is something sweet boozy. And then all I can smell is mint and honey. It must be my body chemistry bc on my friend it smells of something else entirely. Unfortunity I can not describe the scent in more detail bc its hard to pick apart the perfume mingled with her cig smoke.
Summary: On a strip of paper, this smelt pleasant. But unfortunately, on my skin, it became too heavy/cloying for me. Great lasting power, and definitely more sillage than my usual perfumes.. but because I didn't like, every second felt like an eternity.
Summary: I really wanted to like this, because everything about it makes it feel like this is the ultimate fragrance for classy women. Alas, no way. I am not saying that this stinks, as there are many hideous fragrances around and this is not the worst, for sure: but it is too heady, too sweet and cloying,...