I am new to the fragrance world and have yet to discover my signature scent . I have an intimidating number of samples to sniff and I donít want to do this scary process alone. Come join me on my fragrant adventure as I make my descent into perfume madness.
Perfume, Flamenco, Bellydance, Percussion, Travel, Culinary Arts, Foreign Film
San Francisco, CA
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My Scentiments Exactly!...Another Fumehead Waxing Poetic: http://olfactoryobsessed.wordpress.com
Ok, I'm new to the fragrance world and maybe it's just my novice nose. But after reading so many bloggers waxing poetic lately and praising Mandy Aftel's Fig, I had to run out and get a sample because I have a fig obsession.
I got the sample in the mail today and did a test swatch. From the vial it smelled like cat pee. On my skin it smelled as if my cat's litterbox hasn't been cleaned out in weeks. It was super astringently indolic and after that disappeared (which took a long
I love the smell of real roses but in the perfumes that I've tried what I get is either a soapy rose or a powdery rose. I smell like an old lady working behind a perfume counter at Macy's. What I like is fresh dewy rose (from the earth it grows in to the green stem to the petals), or velvety ripe rose in full bloom, or a smokey rose.
What I'm looking for is a more atypical rose fragrance. To smell the evolution of the rose which morphs from ground to bud to full bloom. The combination