What's that smell?

    What's that smell?

    post #1 of 3
    Thread Starter 
    What do you smell in your favorites?

    I've never really gotten that into colognes before, just categorized them as good or bad. But now I'm noticing specific scents in them.

    Safari had a subtly leather and woodsy smell.
    Romance Silver has a major peppery tone to it.
    post #2 of 3
    That's a step towards progression.

    Keep in mind that even though perfumes will have a notes pyramid & a small paragraph of text describingg it artistically. It's not always going to have each note in the pyramid b sometimes they're there but in such small amounts their not theirtable. Sometimes the notes mentioned will even be of an 'artist's rendition' sorta thing.

    Especially with the majority of notes now being synthetic aromachemicals not natural ingredients.
    post #3 of 3

    it will take years to find what you actually like and dislike

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    7/18/13 at 3:25pm

    BeyondTheBox said:



    What do you smell in your favorites?

    I've never really gotten that into colognes before, just categorized them as good or bad. But now I'm noticing specific scents in them.

    Safari had a subtly leather and woodsy smell.
    Romance Silver has a major peppery tone to it.

    7/21/13 at 2:02pm

    hedonist222 said:



    That's a step towards progression.

    Keep in mind that even though perfumes will have a notes pyramid & a small paragraph of text describingg it artistically. It's not always going to have each note in the pyramid b sometimes they're there but in such small amounts their not theirtable. Sometimes the notes mentioned will even be of an 'artist's rendition' sorta thing.

    Especially with the majority of notes now being synthetic aromachemicals not natural ingredients.

    7/21/13 at 2:05pm

    Tony T said:



    it will take years to find what you actually like and dislike