Summary: A big no for me. I'm not influenced by the fact that all people under 20s wear it in Italy. This morning I smelled it from one of my student, I didn't know what perfume she had been wearing. I asked ( I didn't tell her I didn't like it, only I wanted to Know what not to test in my smelling trips). And ....oh this is the famous One million for girls.... Good !!!( I'm a good liar....or a good actress if I want). There is something of cheap in it. Sorry for the lovers.
Summary: Very sexy. It's sweet without being nauseating and honeyed without being sticky. This is probably one of the few sweet fragrances that can easily be worn in warm weather. It doesn't really have that "cozy" feel to me, which I think has a lot to do with the light patchouli accord. Plus there's no vanilla. Vanilla always screams "winter" to me. It's 94 degrees here in Texas and I feel very comfortable wearing this.
Summary: The patchouli it's the first thing that you smell really strong then is a non lasting scent with no personality we are talking of a Paco Rabanne scent here people and is soooo disappointing. Is for summer and the tv commercial is just like the perfume silly and starving.
Summary: I adore Lady Million, sweet and sour it's just amazing! I imagine sipping a raspberry lemonade on a patchouli field. There's no heavy musky or wooden notes just sweet warmth of honey. I find it fresh and very wearable.
Summary: Wow. This is such a sexy scent. It's sweet but not too sweet and young but yet still mature. Perfect for a night out to attract the gents !! =P paco rabanne really does know how to make a decent perfume / aftershave !!
Summary: A couple of years ago I purchased a set of 10 mini bottles of the best-selling perfumes of the year from Sephora, and this was one of them. I was just beginning to really appreciate perfumes at the time, and this one wasn't my favorite because I thought it was too sweet and cloying. Nowadays, however, I like it and appreciate it a lot more! It's very sweet, like raspberries soaked in honey.