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Fashion and Style Police Reviews Lancôme Hypnôse Homme Eau de Toilette

As a fragrance lover, I am forever in search of the next scent to get obsessed with. I do like men’s perfumes as well, so I was eager to try Lancôme  Hypnôse Homme the other day. This masculine scent is a blend of Cardamom and Mint. It was created by Maurice Roucel in 2007 and the bottle caught my attention as soon as I set my eyes on it. It is quite captivating design for a perfume bottle.

This fragrance is based on a fresh lavender and amber harmony. The musky scent reminds me of masculine man. It is one of those scents you either love or hate. I love.

 

Lancome Hypnose Homme Review

 

Top notes: Mint, Cardamom
Middle notes: Essence of Lavender
Base notes: Indonesian Patchouli, Amber

 

Here are my thoughts on this fragrance –

 

PROS
  1. The bottle is a beauty. It caught my eye straightaway with the pure lines and ample body.
  2. I found the musky fragrance very clean and refreshing. The fragrance reminds me of a clean after shower scent.
  3. It is quite affordable at £30 for a 50ml bottle, and £60 for a 100ml bottle.
  4. It can work as a day or night fragrance.
  5. This perfume is not overpowering but it is quite long-lasting.
  6. You can grab a bottle for yourself or for a special person from most of the perfume retailers in stores and online.

 

 

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CONS
  1. The scent is quite dated so if you are after the next new fragrance, you may not find this great.

 

Overall I do recommend this Lancôme Hypnôse Homme Eau de Toilette Spray. I think it is great value for money and I do like the fragrance.

 

What do you think of this perfume? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below. Also, do share this post on your social media platforms if you enjoyed reading this perfume review.

 

Thanks for reading and have a lovely weekend.

 

 

 

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Laser vs Waxing

To wax or to laser? That is the question for many. Waxing has been around for a long time and is very popular. It works by applying warm wax onto a hairy area and then smoothing down a wax strip on top. The wax sticks on to the hair, and when the strip is pulled away, the hair is also pulled along with it. It can be a bit uncomfortable (many find it painful) but it does the job of getting the hairs off from the root. While Laser Hair Removal treatment is the removal of body hair using the technology of laser. The treatment works by targeting the hair follicles with laser light. The heat damages the hair follicle and stops them from producing any more hair.

 

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To Wax Or To Laser

I prefer and recommend having a Laser Hair Removal Treatment over waxing if you can afford to. The treatments can be quite pricey but you clearly I have tried both ways and I found the laser method to be the most effective way of getting rid of body hairs. My laser treatment was on my chin. I had annoying hairs on there, so I decided to get them off using laser. It worked great. I had 6 Laser Hair Removal Treatment sessions in total, and the treatments left my chin feeling and looking completely hair free. You can read all about my Laser Hair experience here, here and other related blog posts.

With waxing, I still have some areas waxed quite regularly, like my eyebrows. Using laser on them won’t be ideal, so waxing does the job for that and other bits.

 

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If you are considering having a laser hair removal treatment done, I would say you should go for it. It is a great effective treatment to get rid of facial hair, hairs on the legs, and underarms. The team at Pulse Light Clinic do a great job, and they offer free consultation, which is amazing. You can find Pulse Light Clinic at the following locations –

 

Bank Clinic 1

1st Floor, Peek House, 20 East Cheap,
London, EC3M 1EB

0207 523 5158

 

Tottenham Court Rd

5 Percy Street, London, W1T 1DG

0207 205 4085

 

Bank Clinic 2 – Fenchurch Street Clinic

1st floor, 150 – 152 Fenchurch Street,
London, EC3M 6BB

0207 593 8055

 

You can find out more about this treatment at Pulse Light Clinic in this video. Mariam Must shares her laser hair removal experience with us.

 

 

Have you had a laser hair removal treatment before? What are you thoughts?

 

*Collaborative post.

 

Fashion and Style Police Reviews Dior J’adore In Joy

Hello everyone! I hope you all had a merry Christmas. We had an amazing time. It was a lovely busy Christmas and I am still recovering from all the fun. We are also getting ready to enter the new year in style. This year has been a very busy year and I am looking forward to a better year in 2019.

The perfume lovers would love this review post because today, I am review Dior J’adore In Joy. I had the opportunity to try it some days ago and like all the other J’adore perfumes I have tried, this lives up to the name.

 

Dior J’adore In Joy 50ML/£60

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“With J’adore In Joy, I created a unique fruity-salty accord to make white flowers shine. A modern Fleur de sel that literally smells of joy.”
François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator.

Dior J’adore In Joy Eau de Toilette Spray for her has a fresh, fruit and floral scent. The fragrance is light and lively. It can brighten up any day.

 

  • Top notes: Fleur De Sel Note/
  • Heart notes: Heart of Ylang-Ylang Transformed in Grasse.
  • Base notes: Juicy Peach Note.
  • Volume: Available in 50ml (£60) and 100ml (£90).

 

PROS
  1. I love the perfume bottle. J’adore bottles are always so pretty.
  2. The fragrance is really nice. It smells great and stays on for hours.
  3. I like the fact that J’adore In Joy’s fragrance is not too strong. Some perfumes can be a bit overpowering but this fragrance is just right.
  4. This is a perfect summer scent. Great for the sunny weather.

 

 

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CONS
  1. J’adore In Joy like all the other J’adore perfumes comes with a slightly heavy price tag at £60 for a 50ml bottle and £90 for a 100ml bottle.

 

I really like this perfume. I think it is a great addition to have especially in the summer months. It is quite pricey but I am sure the Dior lovers won’t mind spending a bit more for their preferred fragrance.

 

What do you think of this perfume? Have you tried it?

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