Inhale (2007)
by B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful


Inhale information

Year of Launch2007
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 11 votes)

People and companies

HouseB Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful
PerfumerSimon Constantine
Parent CompanyLush

About Inhale

Inhale is a feminine perfume by B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful. The scent was launched in 2007 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Simon Constantine

Reviews of Inhale

It opens with a very sharp lemon that quickly sweetens into candy lemon, probably because of lemon. Then a green floral note comes into play, making me think of géranium stem and cucumber in the same time. It’s unusual, like most Lush fragrances. It helps understand Breath if God as well and makes me want to sniff exhale.
25th February, 2018
In Luca Turin's Perfume Guide, he assigns both Inhale and Exhale to the house of Parfum d'Empire, because the perfumer who created these also created the scents for that house.

In truth both of these breathy scents belong to the small house of B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful with just 15 fragrances thus far.

It is a very light, very transparent scent, described by Turin as a "fruity wood." He refers to the "citrus-orange" vibe with "gummy candy" notes. For me this has a minty vibe and the brief scent of an Autumn forest floor after a short rainfall, followed by brilliant sun.
The candy notes are there, which don't make a great deal of sense to me.

No matter, it's over before it starts. Longetivity is about ten minutes. A nice idea, but it should have stopped while it was ahead - with that transparent woody impression. Nice, but insignificant. None of the notes listed are apparent.

A fragrance for the modern scent-hater.
10th January, 2016 (last edited: 04th July, 2016)
Ok, first of all, this is weird! Unfortunately "weird" doesn't always mean successful. Inhale is an exotic mix of melony notes (read calone) and plasticky white florals laying on a sweet base. The fragrance has an overall synthetic (and sort of cacophonic) vibe that is as much appealing and exotic as contracting one of those rare diseases while visiting a tropical island. Me? I stick with the tsetse fly.

I can't believe this one paired with Exhale, gave birth to Breath Of God...
15th March, 2012

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