Vanilla and Cinnamon is one of my all time favorite notes in fragrances. Together, they smell a m a z i n g!
A fragrance that is known for smelling like Vanille and Cinnamon is L de Lolita by Lempicka. Do you agree on that? Or do smell other more prominent notes than the ones mentioned? And finally, do you think men can pull it off?
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It has an awesome dry down. If males can wear Musc Ravageur they can wear L. They share the same chassis just different body.
I do, it's very similar to Musc Ravageur but much nicer IMO
If your sweet, you can wear it. I grant you the privilege.
L de Lolita Lempicka by Lolita Lempicka is a Oriental Vanilla fragrance. L de Lolita Lempicka was launched in 2006. The nose behind this fragrance is Maurice Roucel. Top notes are bitter orange and bergamot; middle notes are immortelle, cinnamon and musk; base notes are tonka bean, vanilla and sandalwood.
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Very sweet. Wear it if you like it.
The original one not the 2010 version smells better. Lolita Lempicka is perfect for a night on the town or a date. I would advise only 4 sprays max if the time spent wearing this fragrance is outside and three sprays max indoors. The smell can be a strong when first applied but it will quickly soften up in 15-30 mins.
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I have it and I wear it with no problem.
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Well, as many have said, it's sweet. And that's really how I like it! Does it have that strong clove note that Musc R has?
I like this one and wear it, even though I'm not the biggest fan of the usual gourmands. Must like it sweet and rich.
One of my wife's signatures. The dry-down is VERY musky and could surely be pulled off by a guy.
The licorice is very obvious with this one so it's different I'll give it that. I don't know if it's because I'm from San Francisco so I may be biased but I get a very big hippie vibe from it or at least that is what I interpret and how I feel when I smell it.
Date? Night out fragrance? Maybe in a casual setting. Choosing to smell like licorice implies that you are not to be taken seriously.
Ok scent. But I just don't see an appropriate time for me to wear it considering my lifestyle.