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Greatly helpful Review 14
Ahead of its time...?
Perfume blind tests, that would be something! A fragrance is sprayed onto a neutral strip and test persons who have not seen the vial before can sniff it. Now they have to guess whether it is an expensive or a cheap fragrance. I weather, with Naomi almost everyone would bet on a high-end delicacy! If Rabanne or Lancôme or Saab or whatever their names are on the label, it would probably be a box-office hit like the LVEBs of the world. Because he doesn't have to hide! But he is standing somewhere on the side of the drugstore shelves and gets far too little attention in my eyes.
Okay, I think the bottle is ugly and full of nineties, but the fragrance is more contemporary than ever. Sweet gourmands are currently very popular to wear and see Shirin David (the community fragrance, you know about it....) a wild mixture of different ingredients is also very popular. So Naomi did everything right in the 90s!
The perfume contains many fragrances that I totally love: jasmine, orange blossom, star anise, vanilla, caramel, tonka bean... And they form a truly magnificent symbiosis. Naomi accompanies you best on cooler days - so now in autumn it's his time! In summer, which we had a lot this year, he could just get a bit too sweet.
Otherwise the scent on my skin comes across very soft and powdery, not obtrusive, but well perceptible. He also stays on the spot for several hours, so the incognito testers have nothing to criticize. I think it is an adult fragrance, and although it is so sweet and powdery, it has something clean, pure about it. That's exactly what fascinates me about him: It's like taking a fresh shower with a fragrant sun cream on a hot summer day and the scent wafts up your nose all day long