I am a Libran with a Scorpio rising sign. In the Chinese Zodiac, I am a Fire Dog. Interestingly enough, I have read that Libra is the equivalent of the Dog sign in Chinese astrology.
I think the Libra profile is pretty close to my personality: basically rational and optimistic, insisting on balance, and being thrown off when things are out of kilter. Also, I think I have some Scorpio traits as well, especailly that thing about sexual passion. (Ahem!) I read that in the Chinese Zodiac,
Updated 25th September 2009 at 12:00 AM by JaimeB
Wazamba -- As reported: fruit, incense, resin. Very balanced and a fine incense entry but has a sharp, resinous edge that (while very well-done) powers its monumental sillage to the point where it's a bit uncomfortable to wear.
Eau Radieuse -- Best lime peels ever. Too bad it's overpriced. The ribbon on those H&G bottles is tacky.
Olene -- Sharp honeysuckle-jasmine, but it's all top and no bottom.
Jasmin Full -- Photorealistic jasmine sambac head, very green, also no bottom.
Updated 21st September 2009 at 06:39 AM by Aznavour
Out of the many posts, this one attract my attention. I believe it is possible for anyone to participate.
Excellent ! I like it very much.
The Corner of 高山 and Fifth Ave
I rarely buy blind. So when my wife called from New York and asked if I REALLY wanted Neil Morris for Takashimaya, I hesitated. But then I remembered a few things:
Exclusively at Takashimaya's NYC store.Chandler Burr gave it 4 stars (excellent)Nominated for a FIFI in 2009Somerville Metro Man's review on BasenotesHis statement (here) that "From a reviewer/ perfume aficionado standing Takashimaya is Neil's masterpiece,
Last Saturday I decided to leave an idyll of a French country and to visit a local city Vichy to remember how does it feel to be among people again. Vichy is famous by its thermal baths and sources from the times of the Ancient Rome. But I was there just to walk on the streets of Vichy, to admire the glory of its architecture, to try some sweets and of course to visit some perfumery stores. Because in French perfumeries you can find fragrances that are not available yet in Netherlands. Well, I found
Updated 21st September 2009 at 09:02 AM by AromaX
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