Une Fleur de Cassie
Geranium Pour Monsieur
Le Parfum de Therese
Angeliques Sous La Pluie
Dans Tes Bras
Portrait of a Lady
L'eau d'Hiver (Kat's first time)
Une Rose (Kat's first time)
Iris Poudre (Kat's first time)
Iris (skin, blotter, clothes)
Rose (skin, blotter)
Hello my name is Andrey, im new on this forum, hope find interesting people.
As I went through purchasing my samples on Luckyscent (for my upcoming birthday), I wondered: why do we like the fragrances we do? Why have I bought a sample of Mure et Musc Extreme and Costume National 21 around 3 times each now, and on the other hand completely despised the vast majority of what I've bought before? The noob who doesn't know much about fragrances may want to buy fragrances that smell exactly like MeM and CN21, I on the other hand wish to understand the reason BEHIND why I
Just this week I received a set of three perfumes I bought from a Basenoter: L'Origan, Emeraude and L'Aimant, all by Coty. These were purchased as a birthday present to my wife (June 11th). I leapt at the opportunity to acquire these three classic and historic fragrances in their older formulations. While I cannot be sure of the exact year or years in which these three Cotys were made, one can tell from the packaging and other clues, that they were made in the 1970s. I trust and hope that that is
Updated 9th June 2011 at 05:56 PM by Saintpaulia
I just had to share my almost 14 year old sons comments on this frag. He and I share a special bond, although he has been and is hard work (he has aspergers disorder which is in the autism spectrum) .
Anyway we were sitting on the lounge ( i was wearing 3 different perfumes lol) he says " whats that really nice smell??" and starts sniffing me all over lol.
He locates the Mitsouko and exclaims " This! it smells like magic, like voodo"
I personally wasn't too