I’m Nuts About This Fresh Fragrance for Spring! NEW 2013 Unbreakable Love Eau de Toilette By Khloe & Lamar (Review)

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Unbreakable Love Eau de Toilette by Khloe & Lamar is as fresh as spring.



Prepare for the newly launched fragrance of February 2013
from Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom with their Unbreakable Love.  This is their third fragrance and it is sure to please as
an exciting choice for Spring.  Once again the famous former
couple mix it up for a surprising take on a fresh unisex fragrance that is
lively as well as one that flirts.


Instead of any brisk crispness, the fragrance opens more
laid back with sparkling notes of neroli and bergamot floating in blue water to
deliberately tease.  Delicately softened from citrus and yet bursting with
hidden playful energy, the scent is sheer brightness before unveiling its floral heart. 



With notes of muguet, bamboo flower, and  petitgrain,
Unbreakable Love shows it romantic nature, finely spiced  with
touches of cardamon to lend a little mystery and beautiful definition.


The base is subtly sexy and hard to run from.  Once
the cedarwood begins to burn, there is a comfortable but growing irresistible
heat at work.  Notes of tonka bean and musk fan the flames to keep that
spreading heat at a minimum wonderfully before it consumes you.



This is a very well done fragrance in my opinion.  If
you like a dewy freshness with an aromatic effect from your citrus fragrances,
seasoned to perfection with enough floral to make it romantic, then you would
find this light fragrance enchanting.   I know that I
certainly am a fan.



Do get a whiff and then be good to yourself or your guy
and pick up a bottle of Unbreakable Loveand welcome Spring in style!  


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