I've just read the article in the 'Just Starting Out' forum - http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandsty...me-ingredients - some of the more "nasty" notes/ingredients in fragrance
And it was one of the best reads I've gotten on perfume, amusing and full of not so pretty truths about what at first appears classic and beautiful. I was a little surprised to find some of my favourites (Shalimar, Kelly Caleche) among the list of perfumes including 'stinky' notes but then not surprised
I am back to Berlin and wiritng this final report at my own desktop.
What a great trip this has been.
I will talk about the City and our experiences after I have wrapped up my olfactory joys conclusively and yes, this means Pics
Day 3 :
So, on the third day I stepped back a little from visiting exclusive shops and the likes in favour of my girlfriend. That much consideration is appropriate when you visit the great city of love as a couple, dont you
Thank you everyone for great suggestions!
So, I have no idea whatever god may have granted me my wish but I will be thankfull for at least a year.
I went the good ol' home medicine way, drank lots of water and gallons of Vitamin C containing orange juice.
Well, my sense of smell (and taste, for that matter) was back today
I was given 1 1/2 hours spare time by my g/f who has grudginly accepted my obsession albeit she
SO, since yesterday I'm in paris, for the first time in my life.
I was and am so excited about all the great shopping opportunities. But the plane air conditioned air didnt do my immune system well, apparently, since I think I must be coming down with a cold !!
My nose is blocked and when I visited the Maison Guerlain I could smell all scents only very faintly.
Derby, what a fougere it is, even the bit I could smell. Soapy, mossy, leathery. Amazing!
Updated 12th March 2011 at 02:08 AM by timaru
Someone posted about "finding that elusive 'sexy' scent." For me, it kind of brought up my first post on this topic again. in a slight twist on what I wrote in the first scent-as-aphrodisiac blog post, this was my reply to that thread:
Even assuming that scents really do have aphrodisiac properties (which I am inclined to doubt — see my blog post here), I wonder if the same one would really work on everybody, don't you?
I mean, my experience is that different
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