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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Giveaway: Perfume - It's Me by Jacomo Ends 7/24

I'm not big on perfume. I'll wear it on occassion, but my "chemistry" doesn't work well with most perfumes. There are a few scents that I like how they smell on my, and most of them are deep scents, so this one sounds perfect for me. It's got some flowery scents, but it has some "heavy" scents also. And the packaging is pretty neat! So Good Luck! I hope a Just Jennifer Talking reader wins :-) 

About Jacomo : In the late 60’s, an American art collector James Kaplan and French pianist Gerard Courtin met in New York to open a fashion accessories boutique on Fifth Avenue. They named their brand Jacomo: Ja for James, Co for Courtin and Mo to give the name a musical touch.

Always passionate about the arts, they discovered a new passion for perfumery. The first Jacomo perfume, Eau Cendrée was launched in 1970. Then came the success of Silences for Women in 1978 and then came success of Jacomo de Jacomo in 1980, which reached the top 10 men’s fragrance of the decade enabling Jacomo to become a recognized perfume house. (Information courtesy of Jacomo PR).

It's Me By Jacomo ($45 for 1.7 oz): It's a phone, it's a camera...no wait its a PERFUME! This perfume's unique packaging makes it stand out from the rest. In fact, it recently won the Best Packaging award at a New York City Event!

This fruity fragrance also contains unique scents.
TOP NOTE : Pineapple, Mandarin, Anisee
HEART NOTE : Dry fruit, Pear, Freesia, Lily of the valley
BASE NOTE : Jasmine, Iris powder, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Musk

Jacomo has offered one lucky reader the chance to win this perfume for themselves. Please enter to win on the rafflecopter below! Good luck!  

A special thanks to Baking Beauty for organizing this giveaway!

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Disclaimer: No compensation was received. Jacomo is responsible for prize fulfillment.

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