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The lily of the valley eau de toilette is a modern reinterpretation of Jacques Guerlain’s 110-year-old fragrance.
This method, although helpful, has its limits—a regular old eau de toilette can’t revive the volume, shine, or texture of second-day hair.
Arguably the luxury industry’s most hackneyed adjective is ‘timeless’, and in one of the posters for the eau de toilette Portman strikes an ahistorical pose of feminine allure.
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