Oriental

Fragrance family: Oriental

Collection: Portraits

The Bewitching Yasmine

Yasmine’s sights are set on London – and a suitable match. Her oriental fragrance is a voluptuous affair: jasmine, incense, oud. A celebration of all that is gloriously sensual. Who could resist?

1 reviews

Yasmine’s sights are set on London – and a suitable match. Her oriental fragrance is a voluptuous affair: jasmine, incense, oud. A celebration of all that is gloriously sensual. Who could resist?

1 reviews
£192

75 ml

Size 75 ml
QTY 1 +
Concentration

Eau de Parfum

Eau de Parfum

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Excellent And Enchanting!

I knew almost from the minute that I had a sniff, that this was the perfume for me! While this will vary from person to person, I find that the scent of incense is the most prominent on me - with a seductive and deep undertone of vanilla. Not light girlish vanilla, but something sultry. Having been wearing it regularly for about a week, I find that the scent lingers pleasantly throughout the day - it does, eventually, weaken...but overall it appears to have a good staying power and I don't have to bathe myself in it. It's a fantastically rich scent and now the staple of my cabinet!

By Jasmyn Stich 15 Sep 2017
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