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First off I apologize to the readers for having to endure the terrible Andy Tauer pun. I couldn’t help it, and as reparation I will be wearing Acqua di Gio today. Okay, that’s actually a lie, I’m wearing Mechant Loup which will be reviewed tomorrow. ANYway, L’air du Désert Marocain was one of the fragrances I was most excited about sampling in this experiment, it’s consistently been a favorite among Basenoters and the composition has always sounded top-notch. It
I bought one of the best fragrances I have ever used at a Dollar Tree store. The fragrance is from a company called Breathing Space and the cologne is called Melon Honeysuckle Body Splash. READ ON; IT IS NOT WHAT YOU THINK! This fragrance does not smell at all like melon or honeysuckle in any way. I dislike most fruit fragrances, so when I smelled this one, I was surprised. This one smells actually like a poignant, dewdrop-infused, very dark and deep aldehydic rose. And it is NOT powdery,
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L’Artisan Parfumeur has a reputation for being daring, innovative, and completely unique. I’d heard enough good about Tea For Two and Mechant Loup (review forthcoming) that I selected both of them for sampling from Luckyscent. In short, the scent lives up to the name. The opening is smoky and mildly sweet, like tea steeping. In this phase it’s rather interesting, and a somewhat rustic scent in an unusual use of the description. The scent is fairly linear, the base
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Again, it seems I'm using this web log as a confessional. Someone else on this website (perhaps odysseusm) said that learning about perfumes is another way of learning about oneself. And I guess that's true -- that there are many analogies to be made with any hobby, which can be applied to other aspects of life.
I'm not quite sure when I started posting to the Scent of the Day thread. Honestly, at first I found it rather weird to post what I was wearing every day. I was intrigued,
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