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Scentbird sends authentic designer perfumes to you each month for $14.95 (shipping included). I live in New York and state tax applies, so my shipments cost a little over $16.
When you sign up you'll fill out a scent profile, and then Scentbird will recommend perfumes based on your likes. You can choose to receive any of their hundreds of perfumes, though, and they're always adding more. They feature brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Chloe, Oscar de la Renta, and more!
This month I chose Lady Million by Paco Rabanne. I had received a sample of One Million, the men's version of this perfume, with an online Sephora purchase a while ago and didn't realize at first that it was a men's cologne. I sprayed it on and loved it, so I continued to wear it for the next week or so. It wasn't until recently that I realized it was a men's scent! I still wear it, though, because it's warm and spicy and frankly I think it smells damn good on me. Needless to say, I was still interested in Lady Million since I loved One Million so much.
Unfortunately I do not like Lady Million as much as her male counterpart. It has notes of honey, raspberry, orange blossom, patchouli, and jasmine, but I think that it's too floral. The description on Scentbird states that "heady orange blossom" is one of the main notes as well and that's probably what I'm smelling so strongly. I would like this better if it was less floral and more spicy/musky.
Oh and this month's shipment came with a $25 gift card to Le Tote, but I won't be using it. I had a really bad experience with them and I don't want to give them my business anymore. I would post it for swap, but I don't know where it ended up after I took these photos (possibly in the trash, oops).
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What do you think of Scentbird? Have you tried Lady Million before?