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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Miss Sixty Perfume by Coty COS-MSITS17SE

A brilliant fragrance that women will love to wear and men will love to smell. This deal of the day is $9.99 (80% off the $49 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST).

“Okay, people, welcome to our product development meeting. The topic of course is new scents for women. What have you all got?”

“Well, Jim, I figured that one of the reasons that women wear perfume is to be more attractive to men, so I came up with Baconaire, a bacon fragrance for women that men will naturally be drawn to.”

“Baconaire? Seriously, Tom?”

“It sounds better when you say it with a French accent.”

“Tom, you’re an idiot. Jeff, what do you have?”

“I went the opposite direction of Tom. Women don’t need us men!They’re independent! Like Beyonce! I wanted to create a fragrance that women would wear for themselves. So I made the scent “Tears of Joy.”It’s everything women love: emotions, feelings, crying, hugging, cuddling, and talking about how much they hate their mothers. And the fragrance is made from the tears of actual housewives while they read Jane Austin novels.”

“Jeff, You’re an idiot AND a chauvinist. Miss Sixty, please tell me you have something we can use?”

“Well, how about we create a fragrance both women will love to wear AND men will love to smell? I made a sweet sensation daytime fragrance that includes notes of unique rhubarb, colorful fleur de bijou, and powdery heliotrope that meets a sensual dry-down. It will come in this graphically printed curved bottle that looks so cute sitting on your vanity mirror. It’s something women will love to wear and men will love to smell on a woman. It’s a perfect balance for both sides, and we can sell it for as low as $9.99.”

“Brilliant! I love it! But we need to charge more for it. We’ll sell it for $49 and let sites like JomaDeals sell it for $9.99 at a 80% discount. We’ll make millions! What do you think Tom?”

“You’re a visionary, Jim!”


“Brilliant! Jack up the price!”

“And Miss Sixty?”

“You’re all idiots.”

Introduced in 2005, Miss Sixty by Coty perfume is a provocative oriental-floral blend for women. The sweet sensation includes notes of unique rhubarb, colorful fleur de bijou, and powdery heliotrope that meet a sensual dry-down. It comes in a graphically printed curved bottle.

Fragrance Notes: Rhubarb, Fleur de Bijou, Heliotrope, Amber, Palissander
Scent classified as refined, woody and arid
Recommended Use : Daytime wear
Comes in a 1.7-ounce eau de toilette spray does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States. Product ships 3-7 business days after order.

About Brand

Coty, Inc. is a century-old fragrance manufacturer that also produces cosmetics and other health and beauty aids. Founded by a Corsican who exploited his marketing knack to become, reputedly, the richest man in France.

Born on the island of Corsica in 1875, François Spoturno was orphaned at an early age and reared by a grandmother. After leaving school he drifted to Marseille and then--in 1900 Paris, where he worked as a haberdashery salesman. Following a year's training in Grasse--birthplace of the perfume industry--he borrowed 10,000 francs from his grandmother in order to establish a makeshift laboratory in his small flat. Taking the name Coty from his mother's family name (Coti), he created his first perfume, La Rose Jacqueminot, in 1904 from concentrated flower oils rejected by others because of their novelty. By 1908 he was successful enough to establish a factory on the outskirts of Paris. Then he introduced face powder, packaging it with a powder puff in a round box.

Now, Coty, Inc. is the world's largest fragrance company. It is also a beauty products manufacturer whose main businesses are fragrances, followed by color cosmetics, toiletries and skin care. It is known for its cooperation with designers and celebrities for the creation of fragrances; prominent among them are Beyoncé Knowles, Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, Céline Dion, Shania Twain, Faith Hill, and Jennifer López.

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