Let me just preface by saying that I am a beginner and my observations are lacking accuracy in fragrance-vocabulary. My skills at identifying notes are also lacking.
I am about a month in to my fragrance hobby and I had just completed my first swap on Basenotes. My swap buddy was extremely generous by gifting me a huge selection of hand-picked samples. When he asked what I wanted to try, I told him CB I Hate Perfume Black March and Amouage Jubilation XXV. The guy did some sleuthing
I have a small bottle of thirty five year old Patchouli oil that I bought in the seventies. I didn't open it for over twenty years. I wonder what to do with it as I ware chanel mademoiselle most of the time. I hear it can be mixed with other scents ? I thought maybe I wouldn't open it and save it and see what happens the older it gets.
If you purchase a fragrance and it comes with a free gift and you end up returning the fragrance, do you return the gift or keep it?
There are some regulations which have been on the books for years, that are only recently being enforced. It is illegal to ship flammable liquids internationally because they are put in cargo planes. When you purchase postage for your international package, you are generally asked if it contains liquid, flammable, or hazardous materials. Since EdT, Perfume, etc. contains a large amount of alcohol, the answer should be "yes"
Great Brittan's Royal Mail just announced that they
Updated 24th February 2013 at 02:23 PM by Possum-Pie
Gwen Stefani’s adorable perfumes came from the word ‘Harajuku’ which is a style and attitude of Japanese girls from Harajuku in Tokyo. Gwen returned from a trip there and was instantly inspired by the ‘anything goes, layered and eye-catching’ style.
We all know and love Gwen Stefani for her catchy music, amazing fashion and must-have style so it’s fantastic to finally own something related to it all. She says the blonde doll represents her and the others are a mixture of her backing