As Basenotes community members we all love perfumes and emphasize on the sense of smell. But how many of us are truly guided by the distinct types of fragrances? Confussing...... ok let me make it clear!
I mean certain perfumes are associated very closely with particular objects, thoughts, perception and emotion that human life is surrounded by. Most of the people believe that a good fragrance is everything we want
I've just had an illuminating BN moment!!
My fragrance love was long dormant, and actively discouraged by friends and family. It wasn't about preference for them. The presence of any personal scent was intrusive. I was very impressionable and went along quietly, not wanting to impose my fragrance on anyone that might object.
Lately, a series of dramatic life changes put me in an introspective mode, and I've finally acknowledged my love of scent. Almost immediately,
IS THERE ANY CHEAPER ALTERNATIVES.. THAT SMELL SIMILAR TO ''BOIS DU PORTUGAL''???
HELLO PEOPLE!!!! I RECENTLY GOT A DEAL AND GOT CREED=VETIVER,SANTAL,HIMALAYA, SILVER MOUNTAIN,GREEN IRISH TWEED... BUT I WANT TO KNOW WHAT CREED FRAGRANCES U WOULD RECOMMEND FOR LONG LASTING, GREAT SMELL.. THE NEXT ONES ON MY LIST ARE= ROYAL DELIGHT & BOIS DU PORTUGAL..
(Original post here from May 27th, 2008.)
One of the bigger enablers for a perfume enthusiast is the semi-ghetto establishment known as TJ Maxx. Unfortunately for me (and my wallet), for the past year Iíve worked next door to one. Normally itís a bunch of crap inside, Colors, Wings, Adidas Rehash 7,652. The usual bargain bin stuff. But ours gets some more exotic stuff in every now and then, from YSL to Thierry Mugler to some of the more popular Kenneth Cole products (always for
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