Christine Kent

Since she was a little girl, Christine was always obsessed with the latest fashion and beauty trends. And her love for perfume and cosmetics only grew stronger as she got older. If there are two things that she can’t live without, they would be perfume and mascara.

Prada Black Cologne Review

Prada Black Cologne Review: Is This Seductive Scent For You?

As Christmas approaches, are you wondering what to get your significant other? Smells are very memory-related. So, gifting your partner with perfume means that he will remember you, your happiness, and your warmth every time he wears it. Read on for a Prada Black Eau de Cologne review, a seductive, masculine long-lasting scent that to

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Best Chanel Cologne for Men: Colognes That Will Boost Your Confidence

Women love things that smell good. That is why women get attracted to good-smelling men. A good-smelling man indicates good hygiene, and this is very attractive. Masculine colognes just do wonders to a woman’s heart. Now, gentlemen, if you are looking for the perfect cologne to seduce your beautiful partner. And make them fall head

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exlamation perfume guide

Exclamation Perfume Review: Why This 80’s Perfume Is Still Popular?

Looking for a perfect way to pay homage to the 80s? The era that came along with so many goodies? There is nothing quite like a big throwback to the late 80s than wearing Coty Exclamation Perfume, a floral feminine cologne spray launched in 1988. Today I will bring you an Exclamation perfume review guide,

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John Varvatos Cologne Guide

John Varvatos Cologne Guide: Which One is Best for You?

Perfumes have been in existence since the ancient Egyptian era. However, it wasn’t until medieval times that perfumes were introduced to Europe with the word “cologne” coming into existence in 1709 in Cologne, Germany, when an Italian named Giovanni Maria Farina developed a citrus perfume and coined the term “Eau de Cologne.”  It is the

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