I just love it. Anything that smells wonderful, my sensitive nose will seek it out and distinguish a particular smell within an abundance of other scents, even in a busy city. I have been known to tell people what perfume they are wearing as they walk past, and am usually spot on! I can also smell other smells, sometimes ones which I am unable to identify but smell so fabulous.
I adore the smell of leather, warm wet bath flannels, washing powder and crispy clean linen, jasmine, coconuts
Well, here I am again with part two of my list of scents every frag-obsessed guy should try. For those who haven't read part one, I don't claim to be any kind of an expert, and I'm presenting these as a potential source for conversation...
For todayís entry, there are only two frags compared to yesterday's five, but they have longer explanations:
Male vs. Female Ė The Icons
6. Old Spice
Iíve been meaning to start some sort of a blog here, so I hereby give you something crazy, a huge project thatís been brewing in my brain for ages:
100 Fragrances Every Frag-Head Guy Must Try
A while back now, Now Smell This posted a great list of perfumes every perfumista must try. It was a fun read, but very obviously geared towards women. With that in mind, and with all due respect, Iíve always thought it would be fun to do a version for men, or
Survey results indicated participants consider a unique individual style as being important when choosing their perfumes; with just over 1/4 have loyalty to only one brand.
Still smells like the day I bought it. . . so many years ago. Has just a drop of oil left in it to remember the younger days .
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