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  1. What musks, woody ambers are in Alien by Mugler?

    Quote Originally Posted by pobepto View Post
    Do you have a good gcms?
  2. Amber toxin and the low art of negotiation

    Close Up by Annick Menardo for Olfactive Studio is no wallflower, it shouts Look at Me! in the same take no prisoners voice as Kenzo World (also 2016). But where World is pretty much just ambroxan, blackcurrant and a neutral heart of peony and jasmin sambac, Close Up is more than that, there's more to it than meets the eye.

    The opening burst of sour cherry and bitter-bland tobacco / biscuit is powered by ambroxan, incense, indole and exalting musks, and there is also a milky woody ...

    Updated 11th April 2018 at 09:13 AM by Wild Gardener

  3. Anosmia Awareness Day

    I had a cold. So What you might think... Well, because I don't usually suffer from head colds but chest infections I wasn't prepared for what would happen when I sprayed on some of that rich woodland fantasia - Fille en Aiguilles; I couldn't smell anything. There must be something wrong with the juice I thought - and sprayed on some more. Still nothing. I was getting nervous. I'd read somewhere that even a heavy cold can do permanent damage to your sense of smell, and I started thinking about what ...

    Updated 12th March 2018 at 07:38 AM by Wild Gardener

  4. Avon For Men: The Original, Eponymous Line Nobody Remembers (1949-19??)

    The tag "Avon for Men" has taken on multiple meanings since Avon first used it. It most frequently appeared in ads for later masculine creations in the 1960's when they first really started pushing product lines for guys, but in fact existed as a name for an exclusive line of it's own prior to that, and not just a "sub-branding" for masculine fragrance selections. The original, eponymous Avon for Men line first appeared in what documentation can be found in 1949, when the first ...

    Updated 26th February 2018 at 05:35 AM by Zealot Crusader

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  5. *NEW* Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gio Absolu (2018)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sabianman1 View Post
    Ultimately Armani is out to please the masses, because the more appeal the more money they make. If the scent is similar to Invictus, as others have mentioned, then it will sell. Although most on here do not hold Invictus in high regard, females in general do seem to like like it which translates to mass appeal. I'll go into it sampling Absolu without expectations and see what I think.
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