Are you curious? Lol jk that's the motto of my new obsession, "TokyoMilk by Margot Elena". My most recent purchase is a little cylinder-shaped carton that contains three rollerballs that have difference, unique scents. One woody, one musky, and one very floral. I will list the pros and cons, but overall I must say, this was an excellent purchase. AND only $11!
Usually, I start with the pros, but today I will be starting with the cons because I really do not have too many complaints. But here's my major one: why does it have so many names? I feel like that's not necessary. The outside cylinder bottle reads "TokyoMilk Marque Deposee Dark by Margot Elena Femme Fatale". uhhh what? And then each rollerball inside has a separate name and a separate number. I feel like they just needed to put so much identification because they're new but honestly, if you log onto Tokyo-milk.com, it IS rather confusing to navigate because everything has 6 different names. To help YOU guys out, if you want to purchase any of the three I am talking about, look up TokyoMilk "La Vie La Mort", "Tainted Love" or "Everything and Nothing", don't worry about anything else. This problem really is not a big deal because I don't know about you, but I would never turn down a good product because of a disorganized name.
#90 La Vie La Mort: This is new to me but I like it because it is very mysterious smelling. I has a smoky aroma to it, but not a grody, disgusting smoke, a sexy smoke. The thing I have noticed most about the TokyoMilk line is that these perfumes are not for you girls who like your Victoria's Secret Body Sprays or Bath and Body Works: these are all very classic and expensive, sulty-smeling and are more suited for a girl who likes say a Prada spray or something more bold and mature. Especially La Vie La Mort: this is sexy and sophisticated and perfect for autumn/winter.
Well there you have it: The TokyoMilk Dark trio. I personally love it, no major complains except the labeling, but most people would not care about that, I am just a weird one. Like for example, does it bother anyone else that DKNY "Be Delicious" comes in an apple bottle but smells NOTHING LIKE APPLES?!? Or Prada "Candy" great scent, but ummmm not candy at all. But atleast they did not take it too far with the labeling like Juicy Couture did for "Peace, Love, and Couture", it is supposed to be hippy-inspired and OH LET ME TELL YOU IT IS it smells of old patchouli, dirty old men, and burnt grass that has been caught in the blades of a lawn mover for 3 summers...but I noticed I have started to go off on a tangent so I will end with that. <3
Thanks for reading!