Originally Posted by joe4scent
Two female singers I currently work closely with comment when I wear Dior Homme! Now I have Dior Homme Sport - more comments, and just bought Leather Oud from the Private Collection - comments to come I hope!!!!!!!!!!
Is Christian Dior cornering the "mmmm, you smell nice" market?
My name is Jeannette and i am new to this forum. I just have to say that i have a serious love affair with perfume ever since i could remember, my parents thought it was just a passing phase, 30 years later i feel the same way i felt the first day perfume was introduced to me.
I once worked for a miserable, wretched little man, in every sense of those words, who wanted me to produce beautiful things in his name and on his behalf, but with neither a budget nor a staff. I tried in vain to explain what he never seems to have understood, and no doubt still does not today: “If you want nice things, you have to pay for them. If you can't pay for them, you can't have them.” Shortly thereafter, perhaps predictably, I was laid off.
Over half the people surveyed carried their perfumes with them on a daily basis with the common concerns amongst travellers being bottle size, wanting leak proof bottles, which are allowed on planes.
In a short time of perfume obsession, I've amassed a scarrily large amount of samples and scents. Many of which I like perfectly well, but just don't really wear so I went searching for alternative uses for the stuff. My absolute favourite, using a couple drops to scent your bath water, came from Katie Puckrik's Blog - http://www.katiepuckriksmells.com/
Great idea and works really well. I first tried Songes by Annick Goutal. I had a tester in splash bottle and found the scent on the