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Lattafa Lail Maleki Premium Eau De Parfum

Lattafa Lail Maleki Premium Eau De Parfum

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Lattafa Lail Maleki Premium Eau De Parfum
Regular price R 165.00
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Introducing Lail Maleki by Lattafa Perfumes, a captivating 30ml eau de parfum that embodies the essence of luxury and sophistication. Launched in 2018, this fragrance is a harmonious blend of Amber designed for both women and men.

At the first spritz, Lail Maleki unfolds a symphony of top notes featuring a delightful fusion of Fruity Notes, Spicy Notes, and Citruses. This initial burst creates a lively and invigorating impression that sets the stage for an olfactory journey like no other.

As the fragrance evolves, the heart notes reveal a sensual and floral bouquet. Jasmine, Honey, Gardenia, and Orchid intertwine to create a rich and opulent core. These exquisite middle notes lend an air of elegance and sophistication, leaving a lingering trail of floral sweetness.

The journey concludes with a warm and inviting base that lingers on the skin. Musk, Sandalwood, Amber, and Caramel come together to create a velvety and enveloping finish. The base notes provide depth and complexity, leaving a lasting impression that is both memorable and alluring.

Lail Maleki is more than just a fragrance; it is an expression of individuality and refined taste. The carefully curated blend of notes makes it a versatile scent suitable for various occasions, from daytime sophistication to evening allure. Add a touch of Lail Maleki to your daily routine and let the fragrance elevate your senses, leaving a trail of allure wherever you go.

Indulge in the luxurious experience of Lail Maleki by Lattafa Perfumes, where every note tells a story of elegance, mystery, and timeless beauty.

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