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Summer is winding down, and there is a few more trips to the beach before you head to the hallowed halls or dorm. Back to school is a start of a new year filled with new friends, new clothes, and new books and of course new fragrances. These seven scents go to the head of the class (and won’t break the bank, so you’ll have plenty of allowance left for concerts). Start a new semester with a new scent that does double duty. Calvin Klein Euphoria for women is a

Dreamy Aquarius is the visionary sign of the Zodiac.  Aquarians tend to be more interested in possibility and dreams than in concrete plans — something that's more staid Capricorn's style — and are often artistic types.  

Call them seductive, sensuous or seriously suggestive, Perfume.com selects six scents that smolder.

The sails of Cleopatra’s barge were drenched in perfume oils as she made her way down the Nile to meet Mark Antony. The Empress Josephine doused the rooms of Malmaison with her personal scent so that Napoleon could not, would not forget her. At Perfume.com we believe it wasn’t Helen of Troy’s face that launched 1000 ships…it was her perfume. This Valentine’s Day it’s all about kiss and smell. Bulgari Jasmine Noir Jasmine perfumes contain indoles, aroma chemicals that are erotic and narcotic. One of the perfume oils that soaked Cleopatra’s

The famous fashion Coco Chanel once said, “A woman’who doesn’t wear perfume has no  future.”  So ring in the New Year and  make a resolution to wear a new fragrance. Your future will smell wonderful Worth Je Reviens when translated from the French means “I am returning”,  symbolizes both the past and the present.  Created in 1932, Je Reviens is one of the rare perfumes to focus on narcissus. Sparkling aldehydes and spicy clove meet in a fragrance she will return to again and again. Kick up your heels with Royal

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