amazon Rose of No Man’s Land Byredo reviews
Just like last day this Christmas, I rewarded myself with a bottle of Byredo’s Rose of No Man’s Land. Honestly, listening to the name was enough to make people pay attention, not to mention the simple but very eye-catching appearance. For those who like check-in photography like me, a perfume like it is extremely suitable, not picky but looks cool and luxurious. I think it’s a very clever design by Byredo.
Pink is the most popular flower in the perfume industry, but not all of them are the same. What kind of smell has that kind of smell? How does it depend on the woman’s personality? The woman chose the Rose of No Man’s Land; she must have always been confident and proud. There is also a Turkish rose garden in the small perfume bottle. Byredo didn’t put too much note in the perfume bottle, just a little bit of pink, amber, and rush, all that was needed to make the rose flavor most obvious.
People still think about rose is a sweet, fresh scent but not with Turkish roses. The essence of that note is the characteristic warm, spicy warmth that not every perfume retains its essence. Ben Gorham’s creativity is how to blend notes to make the rose’s flavor unbelievably outstanding.
Rose with a strong flavor characteristic, I always feel comfortable when I smell such passionate aromas. And raspberry blossoms have the taste of hot and humid summer, sweet and sunny days. Finally, the sedge scent, a unique flavor note, was included by Ben. It is a fresh taste, a premium Egyptian sedge, full of vitality, new but old, slightly modern but with the breath of the ancient days. Rose of No Man’s Land’s rose aroma seems to be playing with a human touch; the girl’s nuances have also changed with the scent of roses.
Feeling the Rose of No Man’s Land the most obvious is when spraying perfume on your skin and turning on the same name song to feel. In the fragrance full of the past breath, a song about the old years became even more vibrating. The song echoed in the ears, and the images of nurses in World War I existed in our heads with a white dress full of roses.