Right now on my own Excel sheet, because I'm a nerd, I have every scent I've tried on my own skin listed and rated. So I can keep tabs of what I really like and revisit them later. I even kept tabs of colognes I want to give a second chance to. Anyway, last night, I was thinking, "So, what really makes a scent a 5, a 4, or even a 3?" "Okay, how does this scale work with longevity?" With scents, if it's a 4 or higher, I'll definitely buy a bottle. A 3.5, I'll buy a mini of it
Even if no one really reads this, at least this'll be for my own amusement instead of posting it in my LiveJournal where no one would know what the hell I'm talking about (or rather, just keeping it to myself cuz I'm ashamed to post it for other friends to see :P). Anyhooooo, this is my post on my initial impressions of some scents I've tried in the past couple weeks. Thank you Sephora and Scented Monkey! I'm actually having more fun gathering my plethora of random samples. I'm a very indecisive
Updated 14th March 2008 at 08:39 AM by Hollandaze
(My look at all the typos.)
Three Basenotes.net articles written by Marian Bendeth have been nominated for the 2008 Canadian Fragrance Awards. I hope you'll all join me in wishing Marian good luck for the awards!
The editorial awards are as follows:
Magazine - Industry News March 4, 20082007 Canadian Fragrance Awards Media finalists announced
The Media Finalists are:
Print Editorial Finalists:
Elle Canada, "Mix Masters" By: Noreen
Updated 9th April 2008 at 09:33 AM by Grant
Canada Customs has now, for the second time, destroyed a bottle of fragrance that was on its way to me via the postal system. It isn't wholly unexpected, since I know that fragrances are disallowed in the postal system due to Canada Post regulations. Therefore, I know that I take a risk every time a bottle comes to me over the border.
Cross-border buyers are really caught between a rock and a hard place. The rock, on the one hand, is the postal regulation that considers fragrances
It's been a few days since I decided to post my first entry on this blog. It's a great way for me to randomly soapbox and nerd out on scents as I please. Since this is the only place where I can publicly express my fascination with colognes. It's very odd how I can be obsessed with random things. I think my friends are slowly starting to learn I do get a little carried away with this stuff. None of them are really into this stuff and own 3 bottles at most, with the exception of one who also registered