I have been wearing Bvlgari perfume for many years and i bought it from a store in a mall and it turned out to be fake. I went back to the store and they wouldn't take it back. It also caused to have rashes on me. I wanted to know if any one knew who i can call or talk to about this problem. I know that it is illegal to sell fake perfumes and especially in the mall. If any one knows what i can do about this problem?
I had contacted many people from BBB to Consumer complaints
Updated 12th June 2010 at 04:19 PM by shadesofbleu
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Well, the first thing that comes to mind right now is that I do have Ascendant in Gemini, astrologically speaking, and there was a point in my life when I took some care to learn the lingo and a little bit of what's behind it. So some of Gemini's incessant experimentation applies to me to an extent.
I set out to try some lovely decants (thank you, if you're reading this you know who you are for letting me enroll in your master class!) to learn about perfume. I did learn some about
So this is the fifth day and I am wearing Bois des Iles by Chanel. It starts with aldehydes. I used to think that I didn't like them, but oh dear I do. I read on a Russian natural perfumery blog a little ad for a class which mentioned among other learning objective "learning which smells are the keys to which emotional domains and why." I am intrigued. I noticed that aldehydes seem to get to my emotions directly. A first spray of Fleurs de Rocaille makes me get that big stupid grin
Updated 12th June 2010 at 06:45 AM by Warum
Originally Posted by kumquat
Caron - Tabac Blond
Leathery, luxurious, drinkably sumptuous;
I swoon as the dark tide engulfs me.
Amber and florals sparkle through while
warm sweetness flows and soothes like molasses.
Created in 1919 by Ernest Daltroff, at that time the only
feminine fragrance with tobacco notes, a dry chypre fragrance with
top notes of orange blossom and lemon,
Originally Posted by Warum
Another day I will spend glued to my laptop. I ran to it first thing in the morning, expecting students to have tech issues and needing me to reset their tests. Yep, there was some of that, but thankfully not as much as I thought it would be! So, TMI, I know, no shower for me yet, so I cautiously dabbed some samples to try on before I shower. Honey and the Moon by Tokyo Milk, I thought, would be a real winner, since I love everything honey, but no, it smells more like a raspberry jam tart on
Updated 12th June 2010 at 06:48 AM by Warum