Lucky You Cologne Review

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Lucky You cologne for men by Lucky Brand is an oriental floral cologne for men that was launched all the way back in 2000. It feels like 2000 was just a few years ago, but it was actually over 17 years ago and any perfume that lasts that long must have something appealing that keeps it going. The cologne was made by famous perfumer Jeane-Claude Delville who is known for making several exquisite fragrances throughout the years. The cologne provides a floral clean aroma that’ll keep you feeling great as you spend your day at work or even on an outing with friends.

Your day not going so well? Well Lucky You will keep you feeling fresh and clean. It’ll take away the stress of your job and even life. While everyone is laboring and can’t wait for the day to be over you’ll be the one feeling great about himself. It’s going to feel like lying in bed right after you got out of the shower and lying in fresh sheets that just got out of the dryer. This fragrance has great projection and longevity and will probably last you an entire workday. It’s also most suited for spring which is flower season. You’ll fit in perfectly during spring having this on. It’s also best suited for day use. That floral smell isn’t really great at night and doesn’t blend in with the general atmosphere. L
Lucky You will definitely earn you plenty of compliments. Ladies love a guy who smells fresh and clean. It shows that you take care of yourself and will therefore be able to take care of them. So it’ll show you’re a competent and responsible guy as well. Lucky You cologne for men costs under 20$ which is a bargain.

Considering it’s most suited for spring and summer and you won’t be using it all year round you won’t be replacing it too often. So a bottle will last you a decent time. It’ll also be perfect for a multitude of occasions and situations so you’re getting a practical choice that also smells great.

Lucky You Cologne Notes

Top notes: Grass, floral notes
Middle notes: Cardamom
Base notes: Sandalwood, musk, bamboo, teak wood, Brazilian rosewood

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