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    Default I'm a guy but like to look over all bottles and just learned of Genji.

    The bottle or mini said nothing else on it and on the bottom it said BRAUN.

    So at the time I thought that I guess Genji is by Braun, but later by looking it up here on B'Notes I find it is by Mary Kay, sooooooooooooooo....................

    is Braun also making bottles or fragrances for Mary Kay or is there another co. by the name of Braun that also makes bottles?

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    Default Re: I'm a guy but like to look over all bottles and just learned of Genji.

    Interesting name for a men's fragrance. I assume it's a men's fragance by the name, which is a Japanese men's name most recognisable as the title character of a classic novel. The bottle is certainly androgynous.

    Does this scent read as masculine with a touch of the feminine?

    If you read the original novel from the 11th century, the title character Genji is very androgynous, "he looked so beautiful that one could have wished him a woman."
    "No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this." Desert Rose by Sting and Cheb Mami, Album 1999.

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