August 4, 2010 by Beauty Booty 411

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Lady Million: The New Fragrance from Paco Rabanne

I have been a fan of One Million, Paco Rabanne‘s scent for men, since it launched last September. It’s definitely a fragrance you want to smell on your man. (Honestly guys, this scent is an automatic deal-maker!) Now, Paco Rabanne is releasing the female version of the scent, Lady Million.

The female counterpart of the fragrance is coming to The Bay, Sears, Sephora, Shopper’s Drug Mart, Jean Coutu and London Drugs in September 2010. Ladies, look forward to it! Not only is the diamond-shaped bottle absolutely gorgeous, but the eau de parfum is fresh, sensual and woody.

I was really captivated by it the first time I smelled it. Paco Rabanne is known for his trend-setting ways and ever-popular fragrances and Lady Million lives up to the enormous reputation the Spanish-French designer has created for himself over the years. It’s made for a woman who’s independent, stunning, creative and somewhat rebellious. Lady Million, while feminine in every way, also breaks the mould with its spicy aroma and glamorous bottle.

If you’re shopping around for a new scent, you definitely need to try out Lady Million ($110 for 80ml, $80 for 50ml) and snag a One Million ($78 for 100ml) for your man, while you’re at it. You’ll love it on him.

(Pictured: One Million for men, left. Lady Million for women, right)
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2 Comments »

  1. Anonymous says:

    the best parfum ever !!!! :DDD:DD:

  2. fashion is fashion says:

    the best!!!

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