I just bought a perfume from Esscentual Fragrances (UK) thinking that I would get a very special fragrance created with my favorite notes for a high cost. The company took about 2 months to send in the creation but I was so excited to get it that I really didn't mind about this. When I finally got the perfume, the first thing I did was to spread it around my room and body, and oh boy, the smell was horribly. I mean, it literally stank.
The smell of this perfume is so bad that I cannot even
I've recently bought a bottle of Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male, I am familiar with the bottle and the fragrance. I am not sure if this bottle that I have bought is authentic or not because the bottle itself have a serial number yet the can does not. I bought this fragrance directly from Amazon and I'm wondering if I have a fake. I have attached pictures of the bottle and the can.
where can i get Thierry Mugler Pure Coffee is it ever coming back
There is a fine line between "doing what you like" and bothering others. I have heard people say "I don't care if somebody doesn't like my fragrance, I wear it for me..." Wearing fragrance is like smoking, if someone complains, or you are in a closed area, it is poor etiquette to dump on the fragrance. You can do a half spritz on your upper chest under your clothes. The warmth will rise the scent to your nose without blowing anyone else out of the room. Be aware of your
Originally Posted by neal
Beantown's getting battered. I'm going with Sel Marin.
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