Luckyscent has added three more fragrances from the Profumum line:
Ambra Aurea (shown): "Pure, deep amber at its luxurious best...Less sweet and less playful than Profumum’s Fiori d’ambra, Ambra Aurea is a classic amber with a bit of powder and a quiet sexiness."
Victrix: "An uplifting scent as crisp and refreshing as a cool wind whipping across an open field...Commanding and masculine." Notes include pink pink pepper, vetiver, laurel, coriander and musk.
Tuberosa: "A big, flirtatious, impossible-to-resist floral that will make heads swivel. Outrageously feminine." Notes include tuberose and jasmine.
All three scents are in Eau de Parfum; $195 for 100 ml.
Watched helplessly as my fingers ordered a sample of the Ambra Aurea; I could resist the tuberose one. It's already been observed on MUA that 'Vitrix' means 'female victor', so what can that mean in the context of a masculine scent? Is it slightly kinky, like 'dominatrix', do you think?
No, I think it is more likely named for Legio Victrix:
Hope you will love the Ambra, you are very brave yourself!!
Adding, here is the English description from Profumum:
Everywhere around me
The history of Rome
and it’s scent seems familiar
like a recovered
Oooh, that sounds romantic… Mind you, what I remember of the scent of Rome is Vespa fumes and a million pizzas cooking.
LOL — have not been to Rome, but Florence & Venice don't smell particularly nice either