So I just purchased two bottles of scents at a thrift store today.
One was Lilu for women and the other was Avatar for men by Coty.
It was dirt cheap and I was excited to try the Avatar as soon as I bicycled home.
Pretty cool, Avatar does not smell cheap and I could not believe the thumbs down on this masculine "economy" scent. Some Bnote veterans mentioned words like "common" and "synthetic", I disagree.
This summer, I was delighted to take part in the Mystery of Musk project, which featured natural, musky perfumes created by radically individualist, indie noses. My most-worn of the group was Jane Cate’s “Tallulah B2”, a luxurious, yet cheerful floral with a sensual, musky base. Intrigued, I contacted Jane. Her perfumery is called “A Wing and A Prayer Perfumes”, and she runs it with her daughter, Sarah, in Northern California. Here’s our conversation:
Marla: For many centuries,
Hi there - I am a big fan of the above and would like to receive recommendations as to reputable and competitive sites that are legit and trustworthy for obtaining these treats?
Many thanks - Nolaig
Here's a pic of the wardrobe V.4 that I'm working on. It's basically the same as before, but editing things will be a little easier.
Originally Posted by kumquat
Summer seems to have made
one more curtain call.
Another glorious day in the sun calls
for a tart green delight such as this.
Dancing, darting among the flowers;
tangy tomato leaves and sassy musk
leave a perky contrail of energy behind.
Notes; blackcurrant, tomato leaves, verbena,
fig leaves, white musk
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