"Hi, my name is..."

    "Hi, my name is..."

    post #1 of 12
    Thread Starter 

    Hey everybody,

    I just wanted to get on here and finally introduce myself. I've been on for a while now just creeping around and gathering as much information as I can. It seems like you can spend years on here and still not know everything.

    I'm trying to get my nose on just about everything I can, while picking up some bottles that I really like. My collection is only around 10 bottles, but I got more samples than I know what to do with. Unfortunately my nose isn't up to par with everyone on here yet, but I guess that comes with time. I can't seem to pick out single notes too often, but I can defiantly pick out chords.

    If anybody has any advice for a new nose, I would appreciate it.

    post #2 of 12

    Hi & welcome, Sailor Mull!

    There are expert, trained and untrained 'noses' here - then there are a lotof us who mainly just enjoy our fragrance hobby and the discoveries it brings!

    Hopefully, some expert advice will come your way.

    In the meantime, it might help to compare your items to some reviews & product pages here and see what occurs to you whilst reading.

    post #3 of 12
    Welcome Sailor Mull! Enjoy your learning experience on Basenotes.
    post #4 of 12

    Welcome! Enjoy yourself here!

    post #5 of 12

    Welcome, Sailor Mull!

    You don't need to be an expert to enjoy fragrance; Ipp put it just right! Just take your time finding new scents to sample, reading reviews, and enjoying how good you smell!;)

    post #6 of 12

    Welcome!!

    Sample from the greats

    Mugler

    Dior

    Guerlain

    SL

    L'Artisan

    Montale

    HDP

    post #7 of 12

    post #8 of 12

    Welcome. Have fun and don't take the whole thing too seriously.

    post #9 of 12

    Welcome, Sailor! I would browse the threads or try the archives/search to start.

    Buy samples or samples are stores.

    Above all, enjoy yourself. Don't get preconceived ideas and sample before making a decision.

    post #10 of 12
    Welcome Sailor! We are glad you decided to join in!
    post #11 of 12

    Hello Sailor !!

    post #12 of 12

    Welcome aboard!

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    10/14/13 at 12:19am

    Sailor Mull said:



    Hey everybody,

    I just wanted to get on here and finally introduce myself. I've been on for a while now just creeping around and gathering as much information as I can. It seems like you can spend years on here and still not know everything.

    I'm trying to get my nose on just about everything I can, while picking up some bottles that I really like. My collection is only around 10 bottles, but I got more samples than I know what to do with. Unfortunately my nose isn't up to par with everyone on here yet, but I guess that comes with time. I can't seem to pick out single notes too often, but I can defiantly pick out chords.

    If anybody has any advice for a new nose, I would appreciate it.

    10/14/13 at 1:24am

    lpp said:



    Hi & welcome, Sailor Mull!

    There are expert, trained and untrained 'noses' here - then there are a lotof us who mainly just enjoy our fragrance hobby and the discoveries it brings!

    Hopefully, some expert advice will come your way.

    In the meantime, it might help to compare your items to some reviews & product pages here and see what occurs to you whilst reading.

    10/14/13 at 4:12am

    hednic said:



    Welcome Sailor Mull! Enjoy your learning experience on Basenotes.

    10/14/13 at 5:48am

    dougczar said:



    Welcome! Enjoy yourself here!

    10/14/13 at 7:09am

    ErinK said:



    Welcome, Sailor Mull!

    You don't need to be an expert to enjoy fragrance; Ipp put it just right! Just take your time finding new scents to sample, reading reviews, and enjoying how good you smell!;)

    10/14/13 at 7:11am

    Tony T said:



    Welcome!!

    Sample from the greats

    Mugler

    Dior

    Guerlain

    SL

    L'Artisan

    Montale

    HDP

    10/14/13 at 7:44am

    JON RODGERS said:



    10/14/13 at 9:05am

    alfarom said:



    Welcome. Have fun and don't take the whole thing too seriously.

    10/14/13 at 10:52pm

    Primrose said:



    Welcome, Sailor! I would browse the threads or try the archives/search to start.

    Buy samples or samples are stores.

    Above all, enjoy yourself. Don't get preconceived ideas and sample before making a decision.

    10/14/13 at 11:16pm

    danieq said:



    Welcome Sailor! We are glad you decided to join in!

    10/15/13 at 1:38am

    David Ruskin said:



    Hello Sailor !!

    10/15/13 at 8:42am

    sjg3839 said:



    Welcome aboard!





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