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Review of Signature Wild written by Veronika Haslinger

Here is another green and genderless scent which is also in my article on The Original Copy, Signature Wild by Art de Parfum. "There is such a development after applying this on the skin, it's definitely the most special perfume I have in my collection. First it's more on the spicy, fresh and woody side and then slowly you can smell a creamy and sweeter note, a very aromatic and complex scent. The delicate mixture of ambergris, Peruvian balsam, cinnamon, leather and dried fruits initially has a spicy and woody texture and then develops a soft and subtle creaminess on the warm skin- which isn't there in the beginning, I'm so fascinated by this..." Beside this everything else is also...

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Review of Excentrique Moi written by 4falt

Excentrique Moi is a fragrance that traces the outlines of our constantly changing moods and personality. Do you laugh, do you cry, do you roar at the sky and then withdraw, gentle as a kitten within yourself - all in one day? Then you choose a fragrance that tells a story as complex as you are. Excentrique Moi is a story full of contrasts. Its texture is rich in accents between sweet and bitter, vegetable and earthy, dark and light. Plum-like, wine-like dried fruits sweeten the tannic sharpness of black tea leaves, and the upside-down earthiness of patchouli is illuminated by a ray of lemon sunshine.     So nuanciert wie die Person, die ihn trägt, ist Excentrique Moi ein...

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Glass Magazine Reviews Le Joker!

"Cheer Leaders' written by Caroline Simpson  Thank you to Glass Magazine for including Le Joker in their latest Cheer Leaders fragrance review for 2020. "Perfume has a unique power to cheer and hearten. So this Autumn, Glass celebrates the latest launches with no particular olfactory theme but ones than gladden the heart and sol during these troubling times..." "No, no - not Batman's nemesis or even the playing card, this Joker is the latest fragrance from Art de Parfum and is a spirited woody spicy number which includes Timur pepper - a highly unusual ingredient."⁠

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Review of Le Joker by Henrique Perrella

"Are we facing a conceptual perfume that has been polished and made pleasant for the consumer? Or do we have a fragrance that challenges the limits of the commercial and manipulates the perception of your audience? For me, it is the most interesting aspect of Le Joker, this mystery that seems to require reflection and wisdom in order for it to be understood."

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