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  1. Re: The art of Perfume vs. other arts: 5 Things I've Realized

    (I need to learn how to post properly...sorry for duplicates!!)
  2. Re: The art of Perfume vs. other arts: 5 Things I've Realized

    Yeah, companies can mass produce scents, but just like the Mona Lisa, a print just doesn't make you FEEL like you feel when you look at the original.
  3. Re: The art of Perfume vs. other arts: 5 Things I've Realized

    Ah, we are going 'deeper' now with this conversation. When I said someone can't duplicate my scent nor I duplicate yours I didn't mean 'smell' exactly. I was speaking about the effect of the scent...
  4. Re: The art of Perfume vs. other arts: 5 Things I've Realized

    Pretty much, yes - I know, this opens the door to the argument of what really happens when we smell, but based on my view, and research of the art, it's mystery throughout the 1000s of years humans...
  5. The art of Perfume vs. other arts: 5 Things I've Realized

    Hi fellow DIYers. I don't post a lot, but I love to read this board and am an avid perfume 'artist'. I have been learning the art of perfumery for about 3 years...mostly using naturals and have...
  6. Re: Which fragrant extracts are unethical to use?

    I always wonder though...what does 'vegan' really really mean? For example, if i create a scent using just one ingredient, rose absolute, BUT that rose was fertilized using cow manure can I still...
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    Re: Negative emotions scents

    Hi Nizan - I too focus on the spiritual side of fragrance creation and the first thing I learned was to drastically reduce concentrations...for 'spiritual work', you'll be using 0.5% - 1% instead of...
  8. way to go!!

    way to go!!
  9. As a 'scent artist', are there facets of the...

    As a 'scent artist', are there facets of the scent structure that challenge you more than others...e.g. do you find it naturally easier to work with the heavier/less volatile molecules vs. the top...
  10. Re: A scotch/whiskey scent using essential oils?

    I've noticed a few of my 'practice' accords had a whiskey note...it usually happened when I used Cognac with Patchouli.
  11. I actually see this as an opportunity to drive...

    I actually see this as an opportunity to drive creativity. Yes, I agree, we may lose a 'love', but as with any love lost we have the chance to find new ones.
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    Re: Powdery bases

    [QUOTE=Chris Bartlett;2681725]Thanks for the kind words everyone - it's much appreciated

    Long time reader of the forums, but first post...had to second the comment...Chris, you are an awesome Soul.
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