Trish McEvoyN° 9 Blackberry & Vanilla Musk Eau de Parfum, 50 mL

NMF17_C836A

Trish McEvoyN° 9 Blackberry & Vanilla Musk Eau de Parfum, 50 mL

$85.50

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Think sweet dreams with Trish McEvoy's #9 Blackberry and Vanilla Musk, a sheer sweet scent that starts with touches of blackberry and vanilla musk and ends with the seductive mystery of white rose. 1.7 ounce eau de parfum spray. Made in the USA.

50 mL/ 1.7 fl. oz.
Designer
About Trish McEvoy:
Dedicated to teaching women her philosophy of the Power of Makeup™, renowned makeup artist Trish McEvoy launched Trish McEvoy Beauty in 1975 with one of the industry's first professional-quality brush collections. Today, Trish's personally crafted line includes innovative products ranging from her patented Makeup Planner to results-oriented skincare and a mood-inspired Fragrance Wardrobe.

 


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