Treated myself to a day out in town, sniffing all the delicious things I could find a card to test on
Terre d'Hermes - OMFG. Heavyweight. A good reference scent for the sort of dry/spice/wood scent I *don't* enjoy. My scrawled comment on the test card was "!!"
Armani Acqua di Gio Profumo - not unlike a lighter Terre d'Hermes. Rated a "??" on the test strip. I found it reminiscent of a lighter Terre d'Hermes, with an aquatic note
Chanel changed all their "eau de toilette concentree" products into eau de parfum. That happened to Allure Homme Edition Blanche as well as to Allure Homme Sport Eau Extreme and Pour Monsieur Concentree.
Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
Chanel- 31 Rue Cambon
A raucous party of bergamot and patchouli,
whirling giddy with too much champagne.
Business is pleasure but when did pleasure
Pass the canapés and hold in your stomach.
Even if your feet hurt and that bit of wit fell flat,
there is a soft,
I couldn't find my L'Heure Bleu tester to use after Apres L'Ondée faded. I did use some argan oil on my pulse points this morning but it didn't make the fragrance entire last longer, just some elusive bit. I'm really hungry for Apres L'Ondée to last even a bit longer! Something creamy remained a few hours later which is more than usual.
So then Chance Eau Tendre tonight for a flower burst with
It's icy here too. The rose in Coco Noir always comes through for me when it's cold and damp. This smells better to wear 1-2 days a week only, then come back to it. Otherwise my nose gets dull and it doesn't smell as good as it should.
Updated 11th December 2013 at 02:19 AM by mimielle
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