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    Re: Asja - What Took Me So Long to Find This?

    Perfume Distributor and 1st Perfume have two sizes of the EdP. These two sites are actually one in the same, just a slight difference in their format. I always get the testers or the ones without a...
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    Re: Burberry London Bomb

    I bought the EdP unsniffed because of the honeysuckle. Unfortunately, it was waylaid by the other notes, which rendered the scent, to my nose, a sickly sweet, unwearable fragrance; i.e., cheap. I'm...
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    Re: Madini Oils Have Been Added to the Direcotry

    Purplebird7, about the only thing my poor, old nose can distinguish in a fragrance is if it is pleasing or repulsive (the repulsive ones being few and far between, unfortunately). I do good to...
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    Re: Madini Oils Have Been Added to the Direcotry

    Sahara is one of my favorites, too, Purplebird7. Maderas de Oriente is another one, which I rarely see mentioned. I need to do a side-by-side with Sahara to compare, but it is a rich wood, also,...
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    Re: Pronunciation Guide Online

    This is great purplebird7. There are some words I can't even stumble through. Thanks a million!
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    Re: Odd Question perhaps--perfume and cats

    Yeeeaaaah! Congrats on your find, purplebird7. I happen to own a bottle of Dzing so I will give it a whirl at bedtime and see if it will soothe my savage beasts. I love animalic notes, too, so I...
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    Re: Frapin 1270 any thoughts

    Since I've gone through two decants, I think it's time to bite the bullet and make a purchase. It stays pretty boozey on me, which is what I love about it. I can't remember if Lucky Scent ships...
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    Re: Odd Question perhaps--perfume and cats

    What a wonderful Christmas present for both of you. Thank God he now has a safe and loving home. My Eli showed up in my yard one Sunday afternoon, so I ran out and scooped him up before my...
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    Re: Odd Question perhaps--perfume and cats

    That is too funny. I think sometimes they must be shaking their heads in wonder and frustration. I saw a cute plaque the other day. It said: DOGS HAVE MASTERS -- CATS HAVE STAFF.
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    Re: Odd Question perhaps--perfume and cats

    Thank you purplebird7. It is so sweet of you to pay me such a nice compliment, and I truly appreciate it. I'm more accustomed to negative remarks because my lifestyle doesn't fit into what is...
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    Re: Odd Question perhaps--perfume and cats

    That would be an interesting concept to explore. Since I have dealt with many shy and feral cats, your idea has caused me to wonder if lounging around in a catnip scent could lure a shy cat in your...
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    Re: Odd Question perhaps--perfume and cats

    I have more cats than I care to admit publicly, but I adore each and every one (all rescues). I know they are very sensitive to smells so I think they actually prefer Eau de Naturalle. Poor babies...
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    Re: TGIF!!! SotD Friday 26 January

    I've known several people who wear Red Door exceptionally well. If it blends with your chemistry, it is one of the most divine scents in my opinion. I don't think I wear it all that well, but I...
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    Re: What scent was this? Help!?

    Asja by Fendi is the first thing that comes to mind, but I don't think it would have come in a red/orange/black box. The bottle is gold and black.

    Perfumeworld: Fruity Floral(Carnation) Spicy...
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    Re: funny story about an SA

    Well, this little girl looked as quirky as I do so she felt right at home by my side. I think I could have lost her pretty easily but my time was short so I just let her hang with me. My two times...
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    Re: SotD Saturday 30 December

    Hi purplebird7,

    Here it is. It has a dash between ava and luxe.

    http://www.ava-luxe.com/
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    Re: funny story about an SA

    A few months ago, I was browsing through our new Sephora with a young SA at my side. She was very sweet but knew nothing about perfume. I spotted Donna Karen Gold and exclaimed, "Oh, I've been...
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    Re: Year 2006 discoveries?

    ME TOO! That is one reason Bond No. 9 fragrances became my discovery of 2006. The first few I bought are potent, YES! New Haarlem, Chinatown, Fire Island, Eau de New York and Scent of Peace. ...
  19. Thread: Reactions?

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    Re: Reactions?

    Oh Lord, I grew up with June and Ward Cleaver, with me being the female equivalent of Beaver. Now my mother didn't do housework in pearls and heels, but we used to affectionately call her the old...
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    Re: What gifts did you get? :)

    No prezzies except what I bought for myself - perfume, of course.

    Red Door Velvet - Narciso Rodriguez Edt in a different bottle - I mean dead on. Cheaper than NR, but it's a limited edition.
    ...
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    Re: Returning fragrances to stores

    What is it they say, "pride goeth before a fall." Many meds are still effective even after the expiration date as long as they are still tightly sealed. Jeez, with the cost of meds these days, I'd...
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    Re: Returning fragrances to stores

    I completely agree with your feelings. As far as the disposal of unused food, it's obscene to be so wasteful since there are people on the streets who are starving and literally digging through...
  23. Thread: Galanos?

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    Re: Galanos?

    I think she will. I also wore it years ago; found a bottle of it last year and snatched it up. Thanks for bringing it up because I forget to wear it. Not because it's not pretty, but I seem to...
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    Re: Creed vs. Serge Lutens for WOMEN

    It's almost like comparing apples to oranges because their styles seem to be polar opposites and unique unto themselves. I have a fair share from both houses as I bought them when a few of the...
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    Re: How long can you go without?

    Only when I'm in the shower and, even then, I have my good smellin' shampoos and gels. I have had an obsession with scents since I was 8 years old, and it has increased dramatically over the years,...
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    Re: 24 Faubourg , Hermes

    I have always loved 24 Foubourg. I bought it when it first launched and it is one of the few I have had to restock. My wardrobe would be incomplete without it sitting amongst its Hermes companions....
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    Re: Pure perfume - always the best choice?

    In a perfect world where money is never an issue, I would buy the pure perfume in addition to the Edp. In the real world, I go with Edps. I have bought two Carons in perfume concentration because...
  28. Re: Postal Restrictions: Flammables/Perfume--do you comply?

    My thinking on it is that small packages aren't an issue. The last time I sent a package to Sweden, she asked about the contents, I told her a small decant of perfume, she pursed her lips, wrinkled...
  29. Thread: Prices for Caron

    by JAG
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    Re: Prices for Caron

    Check out the prices on Parfum1 and Perfume Distributor. Parfum1 doesn't carry any of the urn fragrances, but does offer a small selection in parfum/pure perfume concentration. I ordered Nuit de...
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    Re: Etro Perfumes and Lotions

    Oh good, something I can buy at the drugstore . . . and I love Neutronena products.

    Thanks!
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    Re: Etro Perfumes and Lotions

    I haven't tried Sandalo yet but Messe de Minuit has the potency of an Edp on me, and it's a cologne for heaven's sake - and one of my favorites, I might add. No explanation for that one.


    My...
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    Etro Perfumes and Lotions

    I am absolutely mesmerized by the majority of Etro fragrances, but after a short time, the scent becomes non-existent. Has anyone tried the lotions in order to boost their longevity?
  33. Thread: Casaque question

    by JAG
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    Re: Casaque question

    Casaque was one of my favorites in the late 60's, along with Ecusson. The relaunch of Casaque lacks the depth and strength of the original. At one time, Long Lost Perfume also carried the oil so I...
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    Re: Fresh Scents By Terri

    Oh Quarry, we were writing our reviews at the same time but you beat me to the punch. I don't want you to think that Oh Baby is not a nice scent because it really is. It is more tropical where Zoe...
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    Re: Fresh Scents By Terri

    I think they are beautiful scents with no age restrictions. Zoe and Dream are my favorites. Breathe is fairly light with more of a musk center. Oh Baby and My Lulu are okay but don't compare to...
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    Re: SotD Thursday 12 October

    Coconut, Madison Soiree is one of my favorites in the Bond line. To me, the drydown has a very feminine, clean aura and perfectly wearable for any occasion. I love it!

    JAG
  37. Thread: Ah, fall--?

    by JAG
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    Re: Ah, fall--?

    I think the majority of my perfumes lean toward what would be considered "winter" scents anyway so I don't have the dilemma of choosing something more appropriate for a particular season. Besides,...
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    Re: SotD Monday 4 September

    Creed's Royal Delight on this cloudy (I love cloudy) and somewhat cooler holiday.

    JAG
  39. Thread: Silver Rain

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    Re: Silver Rain

    I love this beautiful and complex fragrance. I think it's the initial blast of anise that gives it a chocolately flavor but that fades somewhat, preventing it from developing into a gourmand scent. ...
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    Re: What's your favourite iris?

    One that has not been mentioned is Creed's Irisia. While I cannot pull off iris scents in any form or fashion, Irisia seems to have a loyal following. It is soft and most definitely not sweet.
    ...
  41. Re: Do any other fermales prefer masculine Fragrances?

    I don't go by gender. While I do have more "feminine" fragrances, I have upwards of 40 bottles of "masculine" scents, partially due to the fact that I like EDP's and most masculine fragrances are...
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    Re: victoria secret question

    My favorite is Dream Angels Heavenly EDP and Body Cream. Halo just didn't work for me.

    JAG
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    Re: SotD Thursday 24 August

    Appropriate for the weather, I am wearing the "beachy" scent of Bond No. 9 Fire Island. Focused around the fragrance of a vintage Euro-bronzing oil, it is not a Coppertone dupe. A skin scent that...
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    Re: Guerlain - Colours of Love - HELP!

    It looks like you can get it at Fragrance Net.

    http://www.fragrancenet.com/f/net/wf_items.html?cat=09154&cur_letter=C&gs_gen=w&mv_pc=nextagMF

    JAG
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    Re: SotD Wednesday 23 August

    Annick Goutal's Heure Exquise EdP.

    JAG
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    Re: Perfume crisis help needed for a longtime friend!

    First scent that came to mind was Gaultier2. On me, it's a gourmand that settles into a rich yet soft, warm scent that stays with you all day. I live in Nashville, too, but I ordered it on-line so...
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    Re: Czech & Speake No. 88 : - Unisex?? - Yep!!!

    I have it, wear it and love it . . . and I'm a girl. It is a beautiful, unique scent that isn't overtly masculine or feminine, just softly intoxicating. A very smooth, ethereal blend of notes that...
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    Re: What's your favorite Avon?

    Okay, I gotcha now. Haven't seen Latin Attitude on their web site yet so, like you said, maybe they're testing it on a smaller market first or it might be country specific. Just from the name, it...
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    Re: If "Lovely" then also "?"

    Oh, I forgot about that one. I have never sniffed Lovely but I do have Narciso, and it is a wonderful fragrance. From what I have read, it is more potent than Lovely, but still maintains its warm,...
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    Re: If "Lovely" then also "?"

    What about Dior's "Hypnotic Poison?" I think it is a beautiful, warm scent and doesn't reek of flowers.

    JAG
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    Re: What's your favorite Avon?

    Avon launched "Today," "Tomorrow" and "Always" a while back. I didn't know they were limited editions. I have Today and Tomorrow, both of which I love. I also have "Extraordinary," which is a...
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    Re: L'Heure Bleue in the summer

    Tinker,

    I wear what I want when I want, weather exclusive. I've never been big on "light" or "summer" scents as they obviously don't have the depth and warmth of the heavier scents. Plus, I have...
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    Re: What's the best from Avon??

    I agree with Twolf on the fragrance "Today." It starts off a little brash but mellows very quickly into a sweet white floral. The longevity is fantastic. I also have "Tomorrow," which is a soft...
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    Re: La Prairie - Silver Rain

    Libertine,

    I have mixed feelings about this one. It is a nice fruity/floral just like all the other hundreds that line the shelves of department stores. I think it would be a real attention-getter...
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    Re: Interlude by Frances Denney

    Sallie,

    Just saw your post inquiring about Interlude. I wore this years ago and have just recently repurchased it. I have the oil and cologne, which has the potency of an EDP. It is a very rich...
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    Re: Looking for a carnation scent

    I have a sample vile of Lorenzo Villoresi's Garofano, a floral blend with carnation being the star player. *It is a gorgeous scent with great sillage, $65 at Luscious Cargo, but since I have and...
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    Re: La Nuit by Paco Rabanne

    La Nuit is a wonderful scent and has often been mentioned favorably on Basenotes. I would put it in the chypre category, and it could easily be described as animalistic, but I don't think overly so....
  58. Re: Any thoughts on Brousseau's Ombre Bleue? r/o l

    I wore Ombre Bleue years ago and absolutely loved it. I can't quite get a mental grasp of the scent now but should I come across a bottle not selling for a king's ransom, I will snatch it up.

    JAG
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    Re: Have you tried Roma yet?

    Hey Kewart,

    I wore Roma yesterday. It is truly a lovely and unique scent and for an Edt, has really decent staying power. I was sniffing my wrist all day. From the different reviews I've read on...
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    Re: SotD Wednesday, March 1

    Creed's Original Santal. An initial masculine hit but the dry down leaves a semi-sweet, slightly woody, addictive scent.

    JAG
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    Re: SotD, Sunday 26. February

    Napa Valley Cielo, a luscious, soft floral/fig scent.

    JAG
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    Re: SotD, Saturday 25. February

    The ever controversial Dinner by Bobo. *

    It works for me like Kingdom works for others. *Although I haven't given up on Kingdom yet.

    JAG
  63. Thread: DIVA Ungaro

    by JAG
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    Re: DIVA Ungaro

    Audrey,

    I've worn Diva EDP for almost 20 years; always a staple in my collection. *When I get a whiff, "sophisticated" always comes to mind although I wear it with jeans or whatever any time and...
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    Re: SotD Thursday 23 February

    Quarry,

    Bathed and Infused sells a great dupe of Black Vetyver Cafe in a spray and oil roll on. Worth a shot since the cost is minimal compared to JM.

    As a side note, their Flowerbomb is dead...
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    Re: SotD Thursday 23 February

    I'm wearing Lalique Le Parfum, a beautiful scent that seems to stay close to the skin. *Subtle, but rich, so I'm hoping there is a little sillage that my nose just cannot detect.

    JAG
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    Re: one of the best scents ever-Joop BERLIN

    As they always do with discontinued perfumes, they sell it for a king's ransom. *Perfume Distributor has a 3.4 oz bottle (unboxed) for $89.99. *They are a reputable company; I have placed many orders...
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    Re: SotD Friday 27 January

    I am sampling Bond 9 Chinatown and Eau de New York at the moment. Once these dry down, I'll give Nuits de Noho and Chelsea Flowers another shot. New Haarlem is a top contender but I also want to get...
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    Re: SOTD Thursday, January 26

    Ah, that is so sweet of you Fufu. Mental hugs are comforting, too.

    JAG
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    Re: Relive the nightmare-your worst

    "HI" back to ya drlake66. *Glad to see you here - you are a welcomed addition!

    JAG
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    Re: SOTD Thursday, January 26

    Today should have been one of excitement due to the fact that I received my bottles of Feminite du Bois and Cedre in the mail. *I have wanted FdB for the longest time and Cedre is one of my favorites...
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    Re: SotD Wednesday 25 January

    Started the day with Creed's Indiana, one of my tuberose favorites, along with L'Artisan's. *Later had a craving for Isabella Rossellini's Daring, which, for reasons that escape me, I find myself so...
  72. Thread: Fragrant Candles

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    Re: Fragrant Candles

    I'm thinking about buying the 'Jar Candles' along with the 'Jar Candle Warmer.' Plug it in and leave it -- no flame involved. No cats running thru the house with tails ablaze. The candle warmer...
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    Re: 19 February 2006 SotDD #8 - The Fifties

    So many from this decade that I have never heard of, although I do have several in my collection. *I think I'll try sampling, also, before I commit to one fragrance for an entire day. *Daisies Won't...
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    Re: royal delight by creed

    I've ordered a decant so maybe I can come up with something . . . but don't get your hopes up. *I can spray one of my own perfumes, and ten minutes later, I can't remember what I sprayed. *The scent...
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    Re: SotD Monday 23 Januari

    Found one lone bottle (2.5 oz.) of Safari at T.J. Maxx for $29.99 so I snatched that baby up. As the day goes along, it warms up beautifully.

    JAG
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    Re: SotD Saturday January 21

    Lille My! *So tell us... is it faaaaaaabulous?! *:o[/quote]
    I can tell you - YES!!!! I love it. In spite of the mixed reviews, I took a chance and it paid off. Do you want some?

    JAG
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    Re: Overdose, need detox

    Shycat, my answer to stress relief is to hit my perfume sites, which, with the number of bottles I own, is a clue to my state of being. *Yesterday, I brought one cat home from the clinic, took...
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    Re: SotD Saturday January 21

    Creed's Fleurs De Bulgarie today . . . definitely not my favorite rose scent. I've added Floris' China Rose and L'Occitane's 4 Reines to the brew, which is actually quite nice. Tried a squirt of AG's...
  79. Thread: Miss sixty

    by JAG
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    Re: Miss sixty

    Wow, this was a tough one. Doesn't look like it is available in the U.S. I did a Google search, so if you are from another country, you might have better luck.

    Reviews of Miss Sixty
    Reviews...
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    Re: SotD, Thursday January 19

    Shycat -- are you in Nashville or was she just taken there because of the facilities? Between my mother, my daddy and my sister, we should have a wing dedicated in our name at St. Thomas. But, we've...
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    Re: SotD, Thursday January 19

    I rolled out of bed, shuffled over to one of my perfume shelves and had myself a little squirt of Casmir, warm and soft with a slight hint of a pepper, and Bellagio - wake up call! This was just to...
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    Re: Anyone want to talk about FIG and/or CASSIS?

    I also have Fig Leaf & Cassis cologne and lotion by Thymes (great line). *To me, it's one of those comfort scents that you spray on while at home just so you can sit around and sniff yourself....
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    Re: SotD Wednesday 18 January

    Oh Quarry, I know you are thrilled beyond words. *The little critter combination should be interesting!

    Today I am testing all nine samples of Laura Tonatto I received from Buffalo Gals - Had to...
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    Re: SotD Tuesday 17 January

    Shades, I was in 'TROUBLE' yesterday so I decided to be 'EXTRAORDINARY' today . . . at least in the eyes of Avon.

    JAG
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    Re: SotD Sunday 15 January

    Since I wear Femme and Bandit often, I decided to choose a frag that is not on my 'A' list for the SotDD. A couple of centuries ago, Ecusson Oil was one of my favorites, but my LLP spray was a bit...
  86. Thread: bond #9

    by JAG
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    Re: bond #9

    Shycat,

    I feel the same as you. I've tried maybe six samples but nothing about them has compelled me to have another go. To me, they are nice enough, but that's about it. Another thing that always...
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    Re: SotD Saturday 14 January

    Today is BPAL's Antique Lace. Soft, comforting and feminine.

    JAG
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    Re: 15 January 2006 SotDD #7 - The Forties

    Obviously a decade filled with inspiration. At the moment, my choice will be either:

    Femme

    Ecusson

    Bandit

    Royal Bain
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    Re: SotD Friday 13 January

    After two weeks of not being able to smell anything, I'm wearing SL Datura Noir. Still have to stick it right under my nose, but at least I'm getting something!

    JAG
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    Re: Fragrance as a family hobby

    Hey mine, too. *You'd be hard pressed to ever find me lounging about in anything but my red strapless dress and bright blue leggins.

    What a wonderful hobby for your entire family to share. *No one...
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    Re: Parfum Sacre - Body Products

    RitaMae, I think I have read that Parfum Sacre body products are being discontinued. Probably why they are difficult to acquire. Since it has quite a distinct rose note already, I think layering with...
  92. Thread: Favourite musk?

    by JAG
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    Re: Favourite musk?

    [smiley=vrolijk_26.gif] I wondered why you didn't mention it cuz I know you luv it, too. *It's one of those that I simply crave sometimes . . . and it lasts all day.

    JAG [smiley=thumbsup.gif]
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    Re: SotD Wednesday 23 November

    Testing Aqaba's new scents today - Midnight Sun, Jewels of Blu and Sands of Aqaba. *All three are gorgeous fragrances although much lighter than the original, which I also love. *I can see myself...
  94. Thread: Favourite musk?

    by JAG
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    Re: Favourite musk?

    Musk straight up or musk as a prominent ingredient is the cat's meow to me. From the list, I am only familiar with Musk Ravageur (decant) and Helmut Lang; MR got my vote because it has the warmth I...
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    Re: SotD Tuesday 22 November

    Merchant Loup on one hand and Charles Jourdan on the other -- love them both!

    JAG
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    Re: SotD Monday 21 November

    Dream - Fresh Scents by Terri
    A great week to everyone! [smiley=2vrolijk_08.gif]

    JAG
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    Re: Just want to say hello

    Oh Gatinha, I hope you have a good supply of self-discipline in reserve. But, if not, we make a great support group. And don't listen to Fufu and Loney - no help at all!

    JAG [smiley=vrolijk_26.gif]
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    Re: SotD Thursday 17 November

    Calypso Oil by Dragonfly Blue for daytime and Rochas Femme for the evening.

    JAG
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    Re: Am I crazy???Creed 1/2 price sale... and..

    Quizzy,

    I'm not familiar with all of the Creed Scents but I do love Fantasia De Fleurs, Jasmin Imeratrice Eugenie, Green Irish Tweed and Bois du Portugal. Fantasia is a white floral, very girly...
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    Re: in search of coconut

    I agree with Fresno's recommendation of Attar Bazaar's Sudanese Coconut . . . and that coconut is a difficult scent to pull off as a single note.

    Two of the best coconut blends I have found are...
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