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Lady Million by Paco Rabanne Review
Lady Million packs all the excitement in the beginning but fails to make a follow-up that would be satisfying for us. It starts off as sweet yet delicious, the honey enveloping other top notes. But then it transitions into more fruits and florals, and then a predictable introduction of patchouli and aldehydes. The patchouli in particular reeks of the artificial. Even if it comes with decent sillage and performance, it fails to impress overall.
We think the opening is delicious with its abundance of honey
Has decent sillage and performance
The rest of the scent’s development fails to follow the promising opening
We don’t see much of an interesting progression in the introduction of notes
The dusty drydown in particular smells generic
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What does one ought to do to continue the success of a bestselling fragrance? Release a counterpart intended for females, for one. Lady Million takes hints from 1 Million launched two years earlier and aims to be as fiery and dazzling as the original. The talents of Dominique Ropion, Beatrice Piquet, Bruno Jovanovic and Anne Flipo were called upon to create Lady Million. It was officially introduced in the market in 2010.