I recently bought myself a 10 ml bottle of Kenzo Power. I thought it would be nice to expand my collection by adding a floral type frag to my collection. I haven't officially worn it yet, just a quick sniff on the wrist. I do smell flowers, but now I wonder what is really going on here? Is there really something here that makes this any different than the 100s of floral perfumes on the market. Are girls going to think, "Hey Brad smells very floral, but in a manly sort of way!". Is there something in the base or in the formulation of the flower smell that puts this in a masculine catagory? Finally, is Kenzo Power a work of genius in terms of formulation, or merely a work of marketing genius?
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4/7/10 at 8:10pm