I am not too picky when it comes to fragrances, which explains why I have so many perfumes on my wish-list. Similarly, I don't "love, love" fragrances much too. Would it be safe to say I "love, love" this scent?
This perfume is appropriate for the younger people, definitely. 10-30, in my opinion. But who am I to prevent someone from wearing a nice perfume, it is 100% up to you.
This pink juice is definitely something else. I have smelt many fruity floral gourmand fragrances, and I have never smelt anything like this before. It is even difficult to describe it by words. The moment I sniff this beauty, I am brought to my own fantasy. I can't seem to find any dupe for this perfume. The price-tag is extremely good for this smell.
The smell itself would get /10. points lost because, well, when I get older than 30, I wouldn't wear this anymore, personally.
I didn't know this was EDT until recently, and boy, was I shocked. Tell you what. This lasts longer than 70% of the EDP perfumes I have ever owned, or tested. It lasts easily all day. I have work until 5-6PM, starting from 7 AM. This lasts through my work shift fully, without vanishing. Just as I am about to get to bed, which is around 11PM-midnight, I finally smell it kind of disappearing. This is amazing in terms of lasting power.
Lasting power would easily win a 10/10 from me.
The projection is definitely something to applaud for as well! I am a teacher, and the whole class smells my perfume just fine. A lot of boys and girls compliment me. This is a major compliment-getter.
One small warning, some students absolutely hate this perfume. It is polarizing to some, which is to be expected.
Nevertheless, projection also gets 10/10.
If this is not my dream perfume, what is?
For the opening of the Australasian leg, the tour received favorable reviews. Jess Etheridge from reviewed her New Zealand concert, and gave it a positive review. She described her rapping structure and techniques "electrifying and breathtaking." She also praised her "interactions with the crowd showed how funny and natural she is, which was refreshing." However, she did point out her "Long costume changes without any entertainment on stage, such as dancers, made the show feel disjointed and slowed the momentum."  However, Damien Grant from New Zealand Herald also reviewed the same location, and gave it a mixed-to-favorable review. First, he was critical on her performance because he felt that the audience wanted Roman (Minaj's alter ego) and said that when they heard Nicki than Roman "they were ecstatic."  He also felt that most songs were "truncated" and felt that the production "drowned her."  However, he was positive towards her rapping and vocal delivery and stated it was a "good night, but was too short" and concluded "Engaging but not enthralling."  However, Shandelle Battersb from the same publication reviewed the same place and gave it a positive review, writing "Minaj delivered an almost perfect pop show, high in theatrics with excellent stage effects – including some alarmingly large fireballs – and dripping with diversity and talent." 
On December 3, 2004, Victor Conte , the founder of BALCO , appeared in an interview with Martin Bashir on ABC's 20/20 . In the interview, Conte told a national audience that he had personally given Jones four different illegal performance-enhancing drugs before, during, and after the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. In the course of investigative research, San Francisco based reporters Lance Williams and Mark Fainaru-Wada reported Jones had received banned drugs from BALCO, citing documentary evidence and testimony from Jones's ex-husband . Hunter, who claims to have seen Jones inject herself in the stomach with the steroids.