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Set up and started, two passes landed at once, so lots to compare. And much bathing to test faster! I use unscented milk and oatmeal bath products so it really clears the leftover scent off, but ALL of these are strong!
Maybe it's just me but those green springy florals are calling to me. Notes like hyacinth, lily of the valley, lilac, box greens and many more...from the back of my closet out comes>>>
(Untitled) Martin Margiela
Vintage Vent Vert (Balmain)
No. 19 (Chanel)
Laura Ashley No. 1
Vintage Muguet de Bois (Coty)
Lily of the Valley (Penhaligon's)
Lily of the Valley
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
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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