I was about to leave the local fragrance shop yesterday when the owner pushed one more cologne: KISS HIM by KISS Cosmetics. The owner is a nice guy, and he seems enthusiastic about it, so I let him spray it on the back of my right hand.
It was way too spicy in the opening, and the scent reminded me of a strong body odor. Repulsive.
I decided to be polite and thanked the owner, before driving off. Ten, fifteen minutes later, the spiciness
My wife supports my hobby/passion for fragrance, and she wants to purchase a cologne from Creed for me as a birthday and a wedding anniversary gift. I declined, knowing fully that I could get a bottle of Creed for a cheaper price. Besides, I do not really want her to spend that much for a gift.
So I just let her know about Eau De Baux Pour Homme by L'Occitane -- a nice, quality fragrance that doesn't slash a wallet thin -- when she asked me what I want for my special day.
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
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