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Originally Posted by neal
Beantown's getting battered. I'm going with Sel Marin.
Hi basenoters I am a new to the forums although I quite frequently visited the site for advice and opinions on fragrances. I recently started collecting and wanted to ask you guys what are some "must have" fragrances that I need to add. I prefer designer because they are a bit more affordable. Here's what I currently own:
Kenneth Cole Reaction
Kenneth Cole Black
I've recently repurchased the three fragrances that made up my steady rotation in high school and college, just to see how much they've changed (and how much I have, for that matter). Drakkar Noir and Grey Flannel were thoroughly pleasant reintroductions. Calvin by Calvin Klein, however, turned out a grave disappointment--even allowing for the distortions of hindsight, I have difficulty believing that the drear contents of this little blue bottle are the same as they were in 1981. A smear of
There are a lot of "old wives tales" and superstitions about application of a fragrance. Many have a grain of truth, some are accurate. First, know how strong and what kind of projection your fragrance has. A very powerful fragrance will project arms length from your body. You don't want to overpower people, just give them a whiff as you walk by. I generally put one spritz on my upper chest. This allows my body heat to rise the fragrance to my nose during the day. I put 1/2 to 1
I was wondering if anybody has layered these two amazing scents... What would the outcome be like? If you have how many spritz of each and where would you apply them. Thank
Updated 22nd October 2012 at 08:22 AM by Amirdoust
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