I went to Gallimard perfume studio today.

    I went to Gallimard perfume studio today.

    post #1 of 12
    Thread Starter 
    Greetings.
    How are you all? its been a while. hehe


    I had a chance to make my own perfume today. it was fun, and I learnd it a lot. got a hint which oils to buy later.
    I have a question.
    I used
    bergamot, lily of the valley, cocktail, sea scent, eclat soap, musk.
    I have no hint where can I get those
    cocktail, sea scent, eclat soap ?

    Does it have another name, may somebody knows?
    Or, do you know the oils smell like cocktail, sea scent, and eclat soap.
    cocktail was very fruity, it smelled like fruit gummy bear, eclat soap smelled very soapy, and flowery.



    Especially, eclat soap.
    they gave me Eclat, Eclat soap, Fruity floral, snow, perfect... as perfume base to choose.

    I put those as middle notes, and it was the main basis of my perfume.
    60drops out of 100.
    it smelled similar as lanvin's.

    Please help me out if you can guess anything would be these 3 materials.
    Edited by haniahania - 6/13/13 at 4:49am
    post #2 of 12

    Didn't the place where you were using them give you an option to buy them there?

    post #3 of 12
    Thread Starter 
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by lppView Post

    Didn't the place where you were using them give you an option to buy them there?

    Sadly Nope. frown.gif
    post #4 of 12

    Aaah, just looked at the website and now understand the way it's done.

    Someone should be able to point you in the right direction - good luck :)

    post #5 of 12

    You might find 'Sea scent' - or its components - here:

    http://www.hermitageoils.com/green-marine-collection

    -

    post #6 of 12

    Thank you, Skelly :)

    post #7 of 12
    Thread Starter 
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SkellyView Post

    You might find 'Sea scent' - or its components - here:

    http://www.hermitageoils.com/green-marine-collection

    -

    Thank you ! Skelly :)

    post #8 of 12

    The Galimard website sells online a perfume creation kit.

    post #9 of 12

    Yes, I noticed that Belleberyl, although it may not contain the ones haniahania is specifically looking for?

    post #10 of 12
    Thread Starter 
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by BelleBerylView Post

    The Galimard website sells online a perfume creation kit.

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by lppView Post

    Yes, I noticed that Belleberyl, although it may not contain the ones haniahania is specifically looking for?
    thank you belleberyl. I looked for it. but theres no enough information about the kit.
    I dont know if it contains bases I want. I should ask. Thanks a lot!
    And about these fragrance bases, accord can work as these bases? Does anybody know?
    I am curious if this fragrance bases is option.
    This bases will decide the class of perfume? like cypre.. fruity floral... and etc?
    post #11 of 12

    Thanks again to slniecko for obtaining the info. Other thread on forum see

    www.basenotes.net/t/319223/re-some-answers-to-galimard-questions#post_3035363 go see post#9 of 11 is a list of what is in it

    post #12 of 12

    you're welcome smiley.gif

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    6/13/13 at 2:01am

    haniahania said:



    Greetings.
    How are you all? its been a while. hehe


    I had a chance to make my own perfume today. it was fun, and I learnd it a lot. got a hint which oils to buy later.
    I have a question.
    I used
    bergamot, lily of the valley, cocktail, sea scent, eclat soap, musk.
    I have no hint where can I get those
    cocktail, sea scent, eclat soap ?

    Does it have another name, may somebody knows?
    Or, do you know the oils smell like cocktail, sea scent, and eclat soap.
    cocktail was very fruity, it smelled like fruit gummy bear, eclat soap smelled very soapy, and flowery.



    Especially, eclat soap.
    they gave me Eclat, Eclat soap, Fruity floral, snow, perfect... as perfume base to choose.

    I put those as middle notes, and it was the main basis of my perfume.
    60drops out of 100.
    it smelled similar as lanvin's.

    Please help me out if you can guess anything would be these 3 materials.
    Edited by haniahania - 6/13/13 at 4:49am

    6/13/13 at 5:08am

    lpp said:



    Didn't the place where you were using them give you an option to buy them there?

    6/13/13 at 5:12am

    haniahania said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by lppView Post

    Didn't the place where you were using them give you an option to buy them there?

    Sadly Nope. frown.gif

    6/13/13 at 5:29am

    lpp said:



    Aaah, just looked at the website and now understand the way it's done.

    Someone should be able to point you in the right direction - good luck :)

    6/13/13 at 11:38am

    Skelly said:



    You might find 'Sea scent' - or its components - here:

    http://www.hermitageoils.com/green-marine-collection

    -

    6/13/13 at 11:41am

    lpp said:



    Thank you, Skelly :)

    6/13/13 at 6:24pm

    haniahania said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SkellyView Post

    You might find 'Sea scent' - or its components - here:

    http://www.hermitageoils.com/green-marine-collection

    -

    Thank you ! Skelly :)

    6/14/13 at 4:19am

    BelleBeryl said:



    The Galimard website sells online a perfume creation kit.

    6/14/13 at 6:29am

    lpp said:



    Yes, I noticed that Belleberyl, although it may not contain the ones haniahania is specifically looking for?

    6/14/13 at 7:41am

    haniahania said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by BelleBerylView Post

    The Galimard website sells online a perfume creation kit.

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by lppView Post

    Yes, I noticed that Belleberyl, although it may not contain the ones haniahania is specifically looking for?
    thank you belleberyl. I looked for it. but theres no enough information about the kit.
    I dont know if it contains bases I want. I should ask. Thanks a lot!
    And about these fragrance bases, accord can work as these bases? Does anybody know?
    I am curious if this fragrance bases is option.
    This bases will decide the class of perfume? like cypre.. fruity floral... and etc?

    6/14/13 at 10:01am

    BelleBeryl said:



    Thanks again to slniecko for obtaining the info. Other thread on forum see

    www.basenotes.net/t/319223/re-some-answers-to-galimard-questions#post_3035363 go see post#9 of 11 is a list of what is in it

    6/19/13 at 3:30pm

    slniecko said:



    you're welcome smiley.gif





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