I thoroughly read through all the reviews...POL, MUA, etc. etc. I'm curious to see what the boys think of Rose de Rosine? Luca Turin's old perfume guide recommends it as something men should try.
Any thoughts? Not a cheap blind buy...
Here it is HD: La Rose de Rosine
Never smelled it myself.
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Oy...I guess I'll rely on the MUA reviews!
You can order some samples from beautyhabit. Their code for a discount might still be good, too, they have a sample program where you can get 6 samples for $12, less the discount, it's $9. No shipping in the US, I'm not sure how much to Canada, but you can check.
Theperfumedcourt.com might have some too and they have a 10% discount today only, code: thanks.
Last edited by beachroses; 23rd November 2007 at 10:09 PM.
I believe there is still a Beauty Habit 25% off code DCHABIT in effect until the end of November.
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