he's an enchanting speaker.
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he's an enchanting speaker.
I have Shalimar and it's very vanilla. And something else...Iris? I will try the Habit Rouge next.
but what about having a button to see people's reviews when you go to their profile?
this would save me tons of time and bookmarks.
"a lady never tells...and neither do i"
-- the laugh keeps them from digging deeper
no avon scent has adversely affected me
neither has mitsouko made me sneeze
what are some ones in your collection that
that would be great information for...
very similar to curve connect.
so much so that i will try them side by side tomorrow as i have endless samples of the one and an endless bottle of the other.
i assumed it was the spice but then when it was termed "precious wood", that threw me
this is a great clarification and i appreciate it.
i was reading christopher's
got up, put on lagerfeld classic
sat back down and read his reference to it
super magic times
thank you so much.
good way to wake up!
very sweet of you
this sounds like a dream.
this is well planned and would love to see(smell) it well executed.
this is actually incredibly creative notes-wise to my untrained mind in such matters.
if you took out the rose absolu and cedarwood, i'd buy for sure.
i think tho that that would never happen as...
do you make perfumes (yet)?
i love anything evoking tropical climes without coconut!
i'll take the tea either way, and this is my favorite brief so far.
don't know what all those things would smell like together, but i like being in the scene you created with your words.
I neglected to post here when i joined.
I'm Shamsi and I live in New York.
I know less than nothing about fragrances and am a kid in a candyshop on this site and a couple others.
what's the cutoff date for sending in the money?
(IF I'D KNOWN THERE WAS SAMPLE PROGRAM I WOULDN'T HAVE FOOD SHOPPED AT THE EXPENSIVE GROCER!)
sorry for yelling.
i'm sure there are.
i just think the term "natural" can mean many things, as the dude who threw out all but two of his fragrances found out when the one company wouldn't divulge their ingredients....
the term "natural" seems to be a fictitious selling point currently, at least in terms of stuff you're not making at home from your garden.
loved the note about the computer keyboard and the glues...
i've spent the morning listening to interviews of avery from the press links on his blog
thank you so much
one of his things, morel?
has training programs
so now i think i can safely do...
WOW! thank you so much
that helps me more than i can say and i'm actually going to follow your advice to the letter
including self study on aromatherapy and some perfumery courses, my school will...
the anti-synthetic thing makes me think of musicians who hate synthesizers but not electric guitar
everyone stops at some point
i don't like hardcore music
i can't understand the...
looking at my courses for the next five to seven years (i've done 2 undergrad sofar)
trying to come up with stuff i'd actually like to study
was thinking of calling the undergrad "clinical...
good question as i am a former musician embarking on the ten+ year course of study necessary to become a scent designer.
it is a question of authorship and whether or not it's analogous to composing...
reading about brioni, some new cologne on ozmoz
they list the heart notes as "woods" in the description
then, in the pyramid, nutmeg is included
now i wonder what the eff nutmeg is
i had bare minerals and actually threw them away because of the itching.
i use physician's formula and you get a ton for $11
they didn't have anything quite dark enough for summer as the bronzers...
it's all about kingston!
also, i think i'm a boy in terms of perfume.
with the exception of white shoulders.
my voice is lower than most men's and i'm pretty gay, so i guess it makes sense......
someone gave me that jaipur boucheron out of the trunk of their car outside a bar in phoenix.
long time ago.
loved that more than life.
then a cokehead bassist said "you wander around smelling of...
i read your reviews all day and night.
you saved the day!
looking into getting some on the cheap.
my perfume wardrobe looks like it'll be easier than my postpartum wardrobe.
vanilla, tonka, sandalwood, musk (and amber) are the notes i look for.
glad this thread was here.
i'm new to the site, the forum, and the world of perfume/manufactured fragrance.
very excited and intrigued...
can't figure out how to do the wardrobe thingy
glad this site exists