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    Default One Drop Perfumes

    What are your opinions about One Drop Perfumes. Its being advertised quite heavily in my country recently and couple of my friends were quite curious about trying it because the company claims that one drop is all that's needed to last the whole day. I've not tried it before but i'm both sceptical and curious about it at the same time.

    http://www.onedropperfumes.com/
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    Default Re: One Drop Perfumes

    Sounds interesting. Can't get their site to load tho....
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    These are all noted as being "inspired" by (insert fragrance name here)....
    I think I'll save my dosh.
    Last edited by Sorcery of Scent; 22nd August 2009 at 08:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri View Post
    These are all noted as being "inspired" by (insert fragrance name here)....
    I think I'll save my dosh.
    Yep, same here. They're essentially the Walgreen's/CVS style knockoffs, but in oil form.
    I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!

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    Default Re: One Drop Perfumes

    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri View Post
    These are all noted as being "inspired" by (insert fragrance name here)....
    I think I'll save my dosh.
    Just as well I cannot view it *wallet is relieved*
    beauty guru & perfume whisperer
    dalybeauty.ca
    twitter @daly_beauty

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    Interesting and cheap enough for copy perfumes but I have seen other places selling similar oils in roll ons approx 10 mls for MYR 10 (quite a big range of 'inspired' by fragrances as well as other creations ie sandalwood, rose etc) so I guess if you're wanting to pay MYR 5 for 2.75 mls (that's what they claim per vial), it may or may not be as good a value as far as copy fragrances goes. I also find that those 'inspired' by fragrances does not usually live up to its name and some of the Indian attars are better made and not necessarily too expensive. Hmmm, I may get some of them next time I'm there - can't take them too seriously but good for something different to use but might give this one a miss.

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