Bamboo Eau De Parfum Review

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Today I am sharing my review of this beautiful perfume as well as talking about the company I received this from. This is a full review of both the product and my shopping experience with Fragrance Outlet. Keep reading if you want to see my thoughts!



Fragrance Outlet is one of the nation's largest retailers of genuine designer fragrances. Not only do their stores carry the widest range of perfume options but they have some of the most affordable prices I have seen. They carry some of the most popular brands in fragrance including Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, DKNY, and many others. There are over 100 stores to choose from throughout the US, click here to find the store nearest you and if you do not have one then use their quick and reliable online ordering process!


While browsing their site, I was amazed by just how many of my favorite brands they carried and the extremely reasonable prices they had to offer. They easily beat the prices I am usually paying for my favorite perfume. The shipping process was very simple and my package arrived much quicker than I had expected. I really appreciate the amount of details they give in each fragrance's description since it makes it easier to try something new due to them listing all the scent notes it carries.


One of the first things I was impressed by with this company was their packaging. I am always hesitant to order fragile items online as I know it can be difficult to keep them safe during the shipping process. This perfume arrived fully intact and it was wrapped in this beautiful box with a navy blue bow-tie. I really appreciate the small details that companies use and this one definitely impressed me and made me feel like I was truly pampering myself. I also received 4 sample size perfumes in my package which is a great way to try something new before purchasing!



Inside my box was the perfume "Bamboo Eau De Parfum Spray For Women". This perfume is an exclusive sold through Fragrance Outlet and was launched by Frank Olivier in 2012. I really love the packaging of the bottle as it is truly unique and ties in perfectly to it's name. It has a sleek design that is a great piece to display on my vanity.



The scent of this perfume carries top notes, middle notes, and base notes. The top notes are blackcurrant, violet leaves, and ivy. The middle notes are lily, rose, ylang-ylang, and freesia. The base notes are musk, cedar, and vetiver. To me this perfume carries the perfect mix of a sweet floral scent that has a slight musk note to it. What impressed me the most while wearing this was the longevity. The scent lingered on my skin for pretty much the entire day without need of reapplying. It is not overpowering but a little does go a long way.


I usually steer away from musky and floral perfumes but this one really changed my mind. The way the sweet notes pair with the floral and musk make it a unique and beautiful smell. It has definitely become my new favorite to wear every day and I have already received several compliments and questions about what it is and where they can buy it. I highly recommend not only trying out this perfume but checking out Fragrance Outlet for all your fragrance needs.


Overall, I am extremely impressed by Fragrance Outlet's selection and ordering process. They carry all of my favorites and again, I can not find lower prices any where but here for my usual perfumes. I know they will be the only store I shop at from now! Be sure to check out their site by clicking here and they also have a Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest page you can follow for product updates and any current sale offers. You can thank me later for introducing you to this amazing service!


In the comments below, let me know your current go to perfume.


As always any requests, questions, or comments are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!












Disclaimer: I was provided this perfume for free in return for my honest review via BrandBacker and Fragrance Outlet. All pictures and opinions are truly my own.

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