What We Do In Paris Is Secret Eau de Parfum by A Lab on Fire
You know how the notes in some perfumes read like something from your wildest, fragrant dreams but end up smelling like a Franken-fume, something you should love but don’t, something that’s less than the sum of its parts? What We Do In Paris Is Secret actually exceeds the gorgeous sounding symphony of its notes (and that’s a hard thing to do!). It’s impossible not to be lured in by the rich, sweet notes of vanilla, honey, tonka bean and tolu, the warm sensuality of sandalwood, musks, ambergris, and the playful Turkish rose, lychee and bergamot. Addictive doesn’t quite explain it-- we couldn’t keep this away from our skin when we first sampled (honestly) and oh, by the way? It makes heads turn. Not in that “You’re leaving a vapor trail!” way, but in that, “Please tell me what you’re wearing now!” way. Creamy, decadent, honeyed and sensual. If those are the kind of words that make your heart race when you think of a perfume, then look no further.
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