Port Washington, NY, June 13, 2017 – Women in the U.S. are 35 percent more likely than men to let their moods dictate the scent they will wear each day, encouraging a stronger emotional tie to fragrance than their male counterparts, according to the latest data from Scentiments*, a suite of consumer insights and tools on the U.S. fragrance industry from global information company The NPD Group. Guided by their moods, this close personal relationship leads women to be more frequently engaged with fragrance, and contemplative when it comes to deciding on the right match… READ MORE AT [NPD.COM]
Black Opium Nuit Blanche by Yves Saint Laurent has main accords of vanilla and coffee. Top notes includes hints of rice and anise followed by middle notes of peony and orange blossom. The fragrance finishes with white musk and caramel.
Armani Mania by Giorgio Armani stands as the epitome of elegance and style. It is fresh yet sexy and masculine like all other Armani fragrances. The introduction is refreshing with lemon, bergamot, mandarin and black currant along with a hint of saffron. The heart of the fragrance is elaborately rich with cedar and vetiver. The base contains accords of amber and musk along with patchouli.
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