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Omnia by Bulgari: Perfume Review / Fragrance Review

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  1. Hi Katie, love you, miss you and hope you're well. I own and love Omnia, Are you acquainted with Serge Lutens Santal Majuscule, and if so, does it have any similarity to Omnia?  

  2. Please do reviews on the other omnias…

  3. What do you think of the crystalline, Ms. Puckrik??

  4. in my country it's still available. I can send you if you want…have you tried the crystalline too?

  5. Katie Puckrik Smells

    This one is my favorite, but it's been discontinued :(

  6. Katie Puckrik Smells

    You're watching in Smell-O-Vision!

  7. Because of this video I sprayed some on. and now I'm sitting at the computer enjoying how wonderful I smell…

  8. Omnia is definitely one of my favorite fragrances. Very comforting!!

  9. They always gotta stop a good product. Omnia is EVERYTHING!

  10. Love Omnia!

  11. I think I get it now, but still I hope that I will never buy a mans fragrance for myself! I dont think it will look pretty on my setting of perfumes:)

  12. Katie Puckrik Smells

    No offense taken. The idea that men & women should wear different scents is a relatively recent one – starting with the launch of advertising in the 20th century. Before then, a nice smell was a nice smell, & would be worn by both sexes. There's nothing inherently masculine or feminine about a flower or resin. I might not recommend a big Fracas-type floral to a guy, but I do hear from plenty of men who love wearing white flowers, as well as from women who prefer dry, crisp, woody "guy scents".

  13. Katie Puckrik Smells

    No offense taken. The idea that men & women should wear different scents is a relatively recent one – starting with the launch of advertising in the 20th century. Before then, a nice smell was a nice smell, & would be worn by both sexes. There's nothing inherently masculine or feminine about a flower or resin. I might not recommend a big Fracas-type floral to a guy, but I do hear from plenty of men who love wearing white flowers, as well as from women who prefer dry, crisp, woody "guy scents".

  14. em I really dont want to sound rude, please don't take this or anybody who reads this the wrong way. but why do you state in so many of your reviews that some perfumes could be worn by men?:/ Id hate to hear that something I wear suits a man, I mean a woman needs to smell like a woman!, even if a perfume isnt really sweet or floral, I think it should still smell like its for a woman. and if my bf would buy a perfume that appeals for women,I think I would tell him to check his sexual orientation

  15. Katie Puckrik Smells

    I shall continue to churn away. Thank you for watching!

  16. And thank you for churning out all these high quality fragrance videos that are accurate, professional and entertaining! Keep 'em coming! :)

  17. Katie Puckrik Smells

    I love this insight! Thanks for filling us in on the cross-cultural origins of the scent.

  18. here as in Singapore.

  19. Omnia smells exactly like a cross between two common type of Indian tea drinks where I come from: we call it 'teh alia' or ginger tea and masala chai imho. Anyway, these sweet spicy drinks are super popular among my local Indian community, so while I love that it smells like my favourite drink, it's a pretty common scent here. :

  20. Katie Puckrik Smells

    That's good information – thanks. I think it is on its way out, but it sounds like Penny's/Dillards are the last-chance saloons to grab it.

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