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VICTOR & ROLF – FLOWER BOMB (Generic Inspired *)

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.Inspired by VICTOR & ROLF – FLOWER BOMB

  • VICTOR & ROLF – FLOWER BOMB An explosion of flowers, Flowerbomb opens with subtle traces of bergamot and mandarin, leading to a heart of an exquisite floral explosion, comprised of sambac jasmine, freesia, centifolia rose, and osmanthus. Deep amber, woody, and patchouli notes combine with warm vanilla and praline notes to complete a truly addictive fragrance. Wear it for a night out on the town with the girls, a romantic dinner, a spontaneous adventure with no definite destination.

    Key Notes:
    Jasmine, Orange Blossom, Patchouli

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VICTOR & ROLF – FLOWER BOMB Comes in different sizes. It is the Generic Equivalent fragrance from Inspired Fragrance and have no affiliation with the original manufacturers/ designers. Our interpretation of these fragrances were created through reverse engineering, and the purpose of this description is to give the customer an idea of scent character,not to mislead or confuse the customer. This web site has no affiliation to and is not associated or sponsored by any of these trademark owners. This web site allows customers to compare prices and quality of the designer’s brand products to ours. Our fragrances are perfume oils and not original perfumes or colognes.

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  • .Inspired by VICTOR & ROLF – FLOWER BOMB

    • VICTOR & ROLF – FLOWER BOMB An explosion of flowers, Flowerbomb opens with subtle traces of bergamot and mandarin, leading to a heart of an exquisite floral explosion, comprised of sambac jasmine, freesia, centifolia rose, and osmanthus. Deep amber, woody, and patchouli notes combine with warm vanilla and praline notes to complete a truly addictive fragrance. Wear it for a night out on the town with the girls, a romantic dinner, a spontaneous adventure with no definite destination.

      The main difference between types of fragrance lies in the concentration of essences. The order of highest to lowest concentration is first Perfume, second,  Eau de Parfum, third,  Eau de Toilette, and fourth  Eau de Cologne. Eau de Parfum contains up to 15% perfume concentrates, and  Eau de Toilette contains up to 10% perfume concentrates.

      The composition of perfumes is a fascinating study. Every fragrance contains a blend of top notes, middle notes, and base notes. The top notes hit almost immediately after applying a perfume, but they last mere moments. Middle notes replace the top notes, staying about one hour after application. Following the fade of the middle notes, the base notes take over. These heady scents will last for several hours, and they generally make the most memorable impression.

      Key Notes:
      Jasmine, Orange Blossom, Patchouli

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SIZE

100ML, SAMPLE 3ML