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I hear Believe is more musk.

Also Fantasy the Naughty Remix.

Thoughts?

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Prerogative :janet:

 

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I think Believe and Hidden Fantasy are the most masculine. I think the formula for Believe has changed a bit since the original but it's still good. I have yet to try Perogative though.

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15 minutes ago, Dripping For Britney said:

Bareback Fantasy 

Fantasy, courtesy of Knee, baby let's go  :CPKney: :bop:

 

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2 hours ago, Dripping For Britney said:

Bareback Fantasy 

:queenie:

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just choose other brands. I wanted to buy prerogative but you guys said it still smells too feminine so I bought hugo boss instead :)

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4 hours ago, Ryan Godspeed said:

just choose other brands. I wanted to buy prerogative but you guys said it still smells too feminine so I bought hugo boss instead :)

it does not smell too feminine. It doesnt smell like flowers or like fruit. The most "feminine" scent i get from it is a sweet coffee/vanilla scent that eventually turns into a muskier/woodsy scent after 15-20 minutes on the skin. I love it actually i was very surprised. The body mist is what i did not like, and theres a reason why its 15-25 dollars cheaper. Prerogative the bottle fragrance though I am very happy with. I think Believe and Prerogative are the most "masculine" as far as scent goes from the 10-12 scents ive smelled from Britney. I will wear Prerogative most definitely when I go out to a club, restaurant etc, and I am comfortable wearing it to work. My straight coworker said he liked my cologne scent today surprisingly and I thanked him before telling him it was a britney unisex fragrance and he couldnt believe it it was as if he was embarrassed that he admitted he liked it lol 

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Britney's perfumes don't last that long tbh and NONE smells masculine. They are all waaaaay to sweet for being masc. but that's imo

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7 hours ago, Anitta Elusive Chanteuse said:

Eau de Lipsynch

@IconicShow what's good?

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I'll nrver forgot this awesome moment.  + Rebel her reaction gave me life

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I have tried Believe, Fantasy, Midnight Fantasy, Hidden Fantasy, Island Fantasy, Circus Fantasy, Radiance and, Curious.

All are feminine. 

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k so perfumes have gender?

alllriiiight

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I have all of her fragrances except Sunset Fantasy and Prerogative. In order, these are the ones I think a guy could get away with:

Believe
Island Fantasy
Maui Fantasy
Circus Fantasy
Hidden Fantasy

Note that the only one that really isn't feminine is Believe. The rest are even still feminine, just not as much as the rest. Anything not on this list def smells 100% girly. 

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3 minutes ago, ydmc said:

k so perfumes have gender?

alllriiiight

No but people associate certain notes with genders. I think you should wear whatever you want to wear and say f**k it but if you wear florals or gourmand notes (which are in most of Britney's perfumes) then other people will smell you and think of a woman's perfume. You'd just have to rock it and say screw it!

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2 hours ago, ydmc said:

k so perfumes have gender?

alllriiiight

Yes they do. Thats why perfume stores are divided in men's and woman's

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