Where and how to store your fragrances is an important topic, one with many myths and superstitions. Here are the facts.
First, Never store your fragrances in the sunlight. The biggest concern is the break-down of the delicate top notes such as the citrus based notes in a fragrance. Heat and sunlight are the enemy. Storing them in the bathroom may seem like the logical place, but the heat, humidity, and bright lights will damage the top-notes over time. I store mine in the bedroom,
Having been a casual Basenotes viewer over the last 4 years, I noticed a preponderance of praise for the more expensive colognes and a general disdain for inexpensive cologne. This pattern evidences itself often in reviews when the reviewer mentions the price, or offers comment along the line of "not bad for the price, or "not bad for a cheapie". The Creed fragrances are tiresomely mentioned daily in every thread as the best. The overall impression given by this pattern is one of
Warning: Graphic Review! Please do not read if you are easily grossed out by bodily functions. This is a respectful and sincere review.
I am not fundamentally against sweet, mass-marketed fragrances. I am a huge fan of Sugar Lychee by Fresh, and though I'm not sure I would ever want to wear it, I am delighted by the crimson raspberry Jello scent of Escada's Cherry In The Air. That said, I still think that if you're gonna do a synthetic gourmand-floral fragrance, you should be mindful
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also i believe Beloved MAN is nearer to Interlude man than anything else in the amouage line
I was pumped for this after the other posters review, reading that above makes me a sad panda.
If you are here you might be curious what I have to say about perfumes, in which case, I warmly want to thank you for this interest!
Now, i do not know if i should blog here or not [ or here too ] but for now you can find me here:
I might blog here too soon though.
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