Black opinion perfume is a new perfume movement in France and the French government has launched a campaign called “Black” in an attempt to break the mould.
The “Black opinion” fragrance is intended to appeal to a younger audience.
“We want to attract the young generation and the young people who have grown up in the past but never really felt comfortable,” said Audrey, who did not want to give her full name for fear of losing her job as a perfume seller.
She is one of the few people in her family who still works in the perfume industry and the campaign has taken off on social media.
“I don’t think this is going to be something new, it will be very old fashion,” Audrey said.
“I think people have seen the trend before.
They want it to be different and to be interesting.”
But it is a far cry from the popularity of the “Boucheries of Black” perfume, which launched in 2016 in the US.
And it has raised questions about the future of black perfume and black fashion in France, which is the country’s largest exporter of cosmetics.
The new perfume will also be sold in the French capital, Paris, and other major French cities.
Critics say the perfume is marketed as “beauty” rather than a black experience, but it has attracted some positive reviews.
France’s “Boulogne-Billancourt” perfume campaign was also met with critical acclaim.
It was launched last year, aimed at young women.
In November, France’s top court ruled in favour of a woman who sued a perfume retailer over the product.
But critics say the campaign is part of a trend that has long been aimed at the young.
Preston Smith, a former perfume seller who now runs the perfume brand M&M’s, said he was not surprised by the success of the campaign.
“It’s all about being young and having fun and not worrying too much about what is popular,” he said.
He has not yet heard of any complaints from his customers.
“There are some very, very young people.
I don’t want to say they are not interested, but I think the majority are.”
Smith said that the campaign will also include black actors, singers and fashion designers.
However, he said that “Black Beauty” had a “black flavour” that could be “very, very appealing” to young people, although the trend could still fall foul of the law.
French cosmetics giant Estee Lauder has already introduced a black version of its “Blanc” fragrance, which was also banned in the country last year.
Its black “Black Night” fragrance was banned in Germany and in Belgium in June.
Le Pen, who has ruled France for the past seven years, has said that she is determined to push black fashion as she seeks to cement her position in the presidential election.
She is the first head of state to do so, and she is currently the only candidate who does not own a luxury car.
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