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  1. August and Everything After...

    by , 11th August 2012 at 05:57 PM (Fleurine's Non-Blog)

    The end of the summer drenches me with longing and nostalgia every year. The saying goodbye to a summer crush when you both have to go back to different schools in September. Packing up the summer clothes, and pulling out the warm ones. The days growing shorter with school pressures and anxieties mounting. The first cold breeze in late August.
    My summer scents for this time of year, are, this year:
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  2. Looking forward to the summer!

    I am in the minority of people who actually prefer summer fragrances to winter. I mainly attribute this to the fact that summer has always been my favorite time of year, so anything having to do with it is already awesome by way of association. This indescribable love of summer goes all the way back to elementary school—I hated it! Now, I know every kid hates school, but I mean, I really and truly hated it with every fiber of my being. I lived for the summer. By junior high, I had developed an almost ...

    Updated 18th June 2012 at 03:46 AM by El Fantástico

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  3. Surviving the wind

    So I was wearing L'Homme by YSL yesterday. Knowing it is a light, clean, and inoffensive scent, I sprayed twice on each spot to cover its longevity issues: twice on the chest, twice on each side of the neck, twice on the back. Twice on my shirt. Smellin' good, feelin' good.

    It was my dentist day, and as soon as I opened the front door of my apartment to go to my parked car 30 feet away, a strong gust of wind greeted me. Slapped me in the face actually, and it probably erased half of ...
    Tags: spring, summer, wind
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  4. Perfume Use article by Sarah Murray

    Found this interesting article on perfume use written by Sarah Murray and published in New Zealand.

    Read Sarah's article here
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  5. Seasonal fregrances

    Ok, im kind of new to the world of cologne and just learned about the different stages that cologne can have. I've been reading that certain cologne is better to wear in the winter than in the summer. why? what types of cologne are for the winter and which are for the summer? Right now i have three types of cologne: Pour Homme II by Gucci, Code by Armani, and Pi by Givenchy. What seasons would they be good for? I really like the smell of pi on me and feel like i could wear it anytime of the ...



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