I have no idea when and where I got started with perfumes, probably by sniffing interesting looking bottles on the vanity tables (at homes of relatives and family friends), which were my favourite hang-outs as a kid. Mirrors, lippies, jars, bottles... couldn't get enough. I also started to read about scents very early from my mother's and aunt's beauty & fashion mags.
But the definite starting point of my perfume collecting was when I wished Anaïs Anaïs or Rive Gauche for Christmas
Updated 4th June 2008 at 08:14 AM by tigrushka
Hmm... Somehow I managed to write 33 posts to this blog and never bothered to introduce myself. Maybe that's not such a bad thing; after all, the way you really get to know people is by spending time with them. So if you've spent time with my blog and feel you know me well enough for good or ill, I guess you don't have to read any further.
If you're still curious, here are some things about me, and maybe a few about my relation to fragrance.
Bio: I was born in New York
Updated 23rd November 2009 at 01:25 AM by JaimeB
I like rose scents. I really do. Unfortunately, my skin can just eat them up. Nice as the scents may be upon application, it doesn't take long before they're gone. Skin chemistry really can be an interesting thing - on different people, a given scent can work well or not, and a given scent may last well or it may not.
Exhibit 1: Rose Poivree. I like this fragrance. It appeals to me both in terms of how others describe it, and what I pick up myself when I try it. Unfortunately,
What is that smell that seems to follow you around in the hallways, on the bus, in the classroom? It is the smell of the teenager going through puberty, the business man with slicked back hair, the college kid wearing a dress shirt going to a club. Everyone has smelled that person who is wearing so much cologne that it forms a taste in your mouth, making you gag up a little bit of that morning’s breakfast. It doesn’t matter which generation you are from, this
Updated 11th May 2008 at 06:30 PM by EnvYuS
Hi, I am looking for a lactic perfume, smelled the "Ivoire" of Pierre Balmain, but would like something more intense.