I LOVE GRASSY SMELLS, what is the best one for summer???? HELP!
Very recently swept into manic limerence with scents of all kinds. In May 2012, I read Sanchez and Turin's guide to satisfy a passing curiosity about what "chypre" and "fougere" mean. I sent for samples of the most appealing descriptions, and the first four tested may just remain eternal favorites: Fracas, Visa, Bvlgari Black, and Gucci Rush. One month later, I now have around fifty+ assorted bottles, minis, and samples.
As of yet, I still can't
Updated 3rd July 2012 at 09:29 PM by anomie et ivoire
I ran across this website because Im looking for the lowest price for Amouage fragrances. I found this site and contact them and the gave me a good price. Has anybody bought from them before? Are they legit?
I only ask because the representative informed me that my product would be coming Illinois...i thought that was kinda odd.
Lately, as I’ve been sampling more lines by indie American perfumers, I’ve been discovering what might be an actual genre- for now I’ll call them Perfumes of Place. They are not perfumes per se, they are not “pretty”, but they evoke, very clearly, a particular place. In this sense they are truly soulful scents, and have a strong effect on my emotions and the imagery that runs through my brain while I’m wearing them. Olympic Orchids’ Olympic Rainforest is in this category. And now I’ve discovered
Originally Posted by Irina
Basically you first need to ask yourself this:
1) What kind of perfume would I like to make? (all natural, from scratch, using pre-made blends like soap/candles fragrance oils, using aromachemicals etc.)
2) How much time and money do I have? (professional aromatic materials are expensive and learning to make perfume takes time and perseverance)
3) Do I want to learn it all by myself (self-taught) or do I want to follow a study? If you chose for a study