Do i need to soak it in Ethyl Alcohol or Hexane only?, or what ways?
...How & Why? & Please Kindly don't confuse me, Anybody Please Kindly Help? Thank You Very So Much!
do i need to soak it in ethyl alcohol only? or i need to heat it with ethyl alcohol? How and Why?, Please kindly Don't Confuse me, Please Kindly need your Help! Thank you very so much!
Updated 23rd May 2012 at 05:36 AM by Nechel
I am in the minority of people who actually prefer summer fragrances to winter. I mainly attribute this to the fact that summer has always been my favorite time of year, so anything having to do with it is already awesome by way of association. This indescribable love of summer goes all the way back to elementary school—I hated it! Now, I know every kid hates school, but I mean, I really and truly hated it with every fiber of my being. I lived for the summer. By junior high, I had developed an almost
Updated 18th June 2012 at 03:46 AM by El Fantástico
Originally Posted by Dasher
Sel de Vetyver vs. Etro Vetyver
Sel starts out smelling like I imagine an islay malt distillery does. Briney and smokey. Layer in dry astringent potent vetyver. Very Raw. Then the soapy base comes cleanly to the front of the scene. A salty mineral note is discernable through the still- pungent root and smoke, somehow lending an irish-springish just-showered cleanse. The Etro is just a strong but different in every dimension. Etro begins with a boozy sweet vetyver. This opening fades
I recently made the decision to take my scent into my own hands instead of just wearing what other people happen to buy me as gifts. It's been tricky figuring out what I like. The last time I bought myself fragrances was nearly ten years ago and it seems that my tastes have changed a lot since then.
Although I was well aware that it could backfire, I though Sephora's gift box of samples might be a good way to go. I had bought one of the women's boxes for my sister and she liked it