This may be in a post similar to one buried deep within the site, but I feel like posting it anyway.
I have worked fragrance nearly 4 years, and had an interest in it going on 10. I have noticed a trend in the way people discuss fragrance. I also notice a lot of posts in the forum such as "I think x smells like y." A lot of times, there is little to no similarity. So thinking on it, I will try to articulate maybe a why.
When showing fragrance, i always ask what they do or
Rosae Mundi, EDP
The memory of a garden, long ago,
many summers now, the dolls on the porch
and some strawberry jam.
Raspberries. Were there raspberries, too?
Fat and glossy; warming in the sun.
We played in the sprinklers
while the robins danced.
White-hot rays glazed the
bobbing blossoms on the pink tea roses.
I can taste it now;
Updated 24th March 2014 at 10:19 PM by kumquat
As a Basenotes creeper, I often explore the sites little corners and old posts. Sometimes I will even fall into clicking the Random button at the bottom of the page, just to see all the things that are out there.
I occasionally hit on some mystery fragrances. They have no note trees, no reviews, no picture, no Ebay recommendations. Just nothing. Blank pages in the void.
I have an idea for this. Time will reveal this idea. Just keep an eye out.
Updating my Yacht Man reviews, Black is up next.
This wins the all-time award for the shortest duration and lowest projction of anything I have ever dealt with. I'm not exaggerating when I say that it begins disappearing between the bottle and your skin. In order to achieve any type of lasting scent, I had to apply 4x the amount of a regular fragrance. Even then, the best duration I could accomplish was around 20-30 minutes.
The scent itself is very pleasant; a soft mix of lily, iris,
Updated 4th April 2014 at 10:32 PM by dreese
I have written in a sinle page all the "batchcodes" until now.
I did my best to be the most accurate possible.
I will suggest you to "bookmark" this page, so using your "smartphone" or "tablet" you can have all data immediately available.
Thid is particularly useful when you have a "vintage" scent in front of you, and you need to know the year of production immediately, in order to decide whether to buy it or not.
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