Review: TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum

TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum

Availability: Sephora
Price: $36.00

Company’s Description

This fragrance charms with a bright burst of citrus and layers of sweet, blossoming florals. Romantic and optimistic, the blend of pressed petals, tea leaves, and sweet orange create an enchanting sensory experience. Dare to pair this beautiful fragrance with a sweet vanilla or crisp floral for a new level of allure.

Part of the TokyoMilk Dark Femme Fatal Collection, the classic cut-glass bottle with iconic imagery and a gunmetal cap will add a luxurious, enticing flair to your boudoir.

TokyoMilk is a perfume brand created by internationally-renowned perfumer and designer Margot Elena. The brand is best known for creating unusual scents. Sephora now carries TokyoMilk’s “Femme Fetale” line, which features edgy, provocative perfumes.

This reviews is for Everything & Nothing, which is part of TokyoMilk’s Femme Fetale collection.

Notes: Rose, Mandarin, Tangerine, White Jasmine, Peony, Muguet, Amber, White Musk.
Style: Refined. Hopeful. Poetic.

You can also read the review for TokyoMilk’s Arsenic, Crushed, and Bulletproof.

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TokyoMilk’s Dark perfumes come in rectangular spray bottles. The bottle is made of black material that feels like ceramic. It is accented with white writing and designs. Everything & Nothing has an outline of a feather on one side, the number 10 on another side, and the company and perfume name on another side. The spray nozzle and cap are a gunmetal color. It releases a very fine mist. The box the perfume comes in has the same color scheme as the bottle and is made of medium-thick cardboard.

I love the packaging for all the perfumes in TokyoMilk’s Dark line. The bottles are masculine, beautifully simple, captivating and sophisticated. It’s something I would leave on my dresser as decoration even if I didn’t really use the perfume inside.

I have to say, I was hesitant about this perfume at first. I’m not one for sweet or flowery scents; I’ve always leaned toward clean, masculine, or earthy scents. So the presence of Rose and White Jasmine made me think this scent would be too flowery. But I was wrong.

I think this is the only sweet and flowery perfume I’ve tried that I’ve liked. While any other sweet and/or flowery scent would give me a headache after about 30 minutes of wear, Everything & Nothing doesn’t have this effect. I think it’s because the feminine tones are counter-balanced by citrus and musk notes. It’s a “bright” perfume smell without being too sharp or sickly-sweet. If you are someone who has always turned down flowery or sweet scents, I’d suggest giving Everything & Nothing a try.

I do wish the scent was more long-wearing. It’s noticeable for the first 2.5 hours, but fades from then on.

For $36.00 you get 2 ounces of perfume. This is a much lower price-point for the amount of perfume compared to most of the other perfume companies you’ll find sold at Sephora.

TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum Box Packaging

TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum Box Packaging

TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum Box Packaging

TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum

TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum

TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum

TokyoMilk Everything & Nothing No. 10 Eau de Parfum

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