At Amazon.com, we not only have a large collection of parfum online products, but also a comprehensive set of reviews from our customers. Below we've selected a subset of parfum online products and the corresponding reviews to help you do better research, and choose the product that best suits your needs.
This is such a warm, soft perfume. Found it at Nordstroms, but Amazon offered it at nearly 1/2 the price. It is a very nice perfume. Try a sample and then order from here. You will love it. Last a long time.
"Always in my purse" - By Kimiko Fox (Portlandia OR)
I've never even considered having an atomizer because I feared that I would make a mess, loose the funnel, or waste my precious perfume filling the dern things. This is just what the psychologist would prescribe (if I had an actual fear of atomizers).
To fill it, you pop the spray cap/nozzle off your full sized perfume, then place the bottom of the atomizer on top of the "straw" that the cap/nozzle came off of, then pump. Took less than 2 minutes to open the box, get my perfume and fill my atomizer <3!!!
For those needing visual instructions on how to use this, I actually bought this because I caught this youtube [...]
She explains the product at about 2:25. The actual site [...] also has their own videos but the link above is what made me want to buy this.
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Since I received this CD, I haven't been able to stop listening to it. I discovered some new songs I'd never heard and re-discovered many old favorites. The best part of this collection, though, is the pure joy of hearing some of the greatest singers, lyrics, and music ever to grace a Broadway stage. Listening to this CD all the way through is like finding a radio station that plays nothing but songs you love--songs you didn't even realize you were dying to hear until they started playing. An absolute must-have for any fan of musical theater, or any fan simply of great music.
"Good hold without yucky greasy shine" - By T. Tom (SF Bay Area, CA United States)
I was looking for a product with good hold but that didn't make my hair so shiny that I look like some sort of greaser all day. I found American Crew Fiber and really like it. It holds well (maybe not quit as well as American Crew Molding Creme, but less shiny), and does the job without ever feeling greasy, flaky or caky, unlike other products such as pomades or gels.
Also, it smells good (smells a bit like mild soap) unlike other products I've tried which have an absolutely repulsive aroma (Matrix Dirty Trix). And once it's in your hair, the smell either goes away or in not noticeable at all.
While I'm sure there are other products that provide more hold, all the ones I've tried add too much shine for my taste. With Fiber, my hair looks naturally good and clean all day without ever ... full review
"Delicious and breath taking read" - By - Kasia S. (New York City)
Upon hearing that this book was made into a movie that is to come out at the end of this year, I knew I had to read the story as I like to read the book first and see the movie after. Scent is something that people can't ignore, they can close their eyes and cover their ears, but a smell can reach them and intrude all private spaces.
Perfume is a tale of a period serial-killer, Jean-Baptiste Grenouille born in 18th century France of a woman who cut and cleaned fish. Born in the market, under her table he was to be left for dead, but miraculously as the people busied themselves with work they heard a powerful wail, a cry like no other. The mother caught at trying to dispose of her baby was punished by death, the little infant taken to a monastery but given away ... full review
"A MOVIE THAT STINKS (LITERALLY)" - By Anton Ilinski (Moscow, Russia)
Everyone who read Patrick Suskind's "Das Parfum" must remember how well-scented and at the same time fetid it was. Every page of the novel effuses some smell and it literally makes you either savor it or hold your nose in disgust. Suskind's talent in describing different kinds of flavour can't be overestimated, like a real poet he finds words and metaphors that sometimes let you salivate and sometimes bring you very close to throwing up. In my opinion the main challenge of this film from the very beginning of its creation was: will this movie smell like the book does?
Many great directors were to make "Perfume..." and many washed their hands for a variety of reasons. Martin Scorsese, Milos Forman, Tim Burton and others - all of them were once attached to the project and walked away. Stanley Kubrick nurtured the idea of filming Suskind's novel for a ... full review