So I live in Austin and I occasionally go to this wonderful little boutique Enchante. I've read on here from a few people that have had bad experiences here and I think it is unfortunate. Apparently the owner rubs some the wrong way, but once you talk to him for a while you might understand his perspective a little more in regard to the industry. He is always helpful to me and has sent me home with goodies to try and to critique. He has even asked for opinions on whether to order a certain
Yesterday and today I wore two fragrances that feature lavender in the top note. When I wore these two (Armand Basi Homme yesterday, and Rochas Man today), I had the distinct impression that I was smelling not lavender, but another, similar oil that I had smelled years ago: lavandin.
Those some years ago, I had a bottle of Parfums Régence Lavandin (but see Comment #4 below). I tried to track down this scent on the web, but all I could find is the much more talked-about Kölnisch Juchten
Updated 6th August 2009 at 12:48 AM by JaimeB
Ugh. Should be called "foul-bourg". I love real neroli and live orange blossoms (about the only thing worthwhile in Florida). This is not that. This is nose-blasting artificial orange blossom that brought on instant nausea. A scrubber for me.
Warm, incense-y, not too sweet. Keep sniffing my wrist. So far, so good!
Updated 28th July 2009 at 11:36 PM by Bastetcat
Thanks to Sculpture of Soul I now have 6 frags I get to try All for free nonetheless! Thank you for the 2382931st time Mr. Soul! As for a quick rundown of the ones I'm trying right now :
L'Anarchiste : Wow! This reminds me so much of apple pie To me the opening smells like nutmeg.. maybe some clove and a dash of cinnamon (despite none of them being on the note pyramid). Right now I get the cedar and still some nutmeg or clove with a drop of orange thrown in. It really does
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