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    Re: SotD Saturday 20 January

    Dior Addict. I don't know why I wear this but once a year. I suppose it can be a bit stuffy, and I'd forgotten to notice the spice element to it. In some ways I feel this is a sister scent to...
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    Re: Habanita powdery?

    I get an oily powder from it, occasionally along with something that is being smoked (I don't mean tobacco products. I mean something that is being grilled over peat.) It's too, too much for me.
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    Re: If I love Editions de Parfum Musc Ravage

    Dinner by Bobo, although there is that persistent waxy note. This is the closest to Musc Ravageur I have encountered.
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    Re: TGIF!!! Friday 19 January

    Mercier Tarte au Citron again, the only repeat so far this month.

    Mercier whiffed with this line of weak eaux de toilette. Created as companions to the wildly popular bath/body line, each of the...
  5. Thread: DK RedD

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    Re: DK RedD

    I only recently tried the women's version and was surprised at how "watermelony" it was. Seemed to me to be a watery and fruity floral. Was quite sweet and didn't really sum up the idea of the apple...
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    Re: SotD Thursday 18 January

    I'm sporting the Bacchanal that is Tom Ford BLACK ORCHID. For those unfamiliar, this scent opens up very boozily (some might say woozily) with a 151-proof note that is a bit rummy. Quickly joining...
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    Re: P.O.T.L has a new scent!!!

    Here's what I think: A year or so ago, I'd have been appalled at the price. No more. I am now understanding that $200.00 (give or take) is becoming more common and one day will be the standard...
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    Re: I rarely get compliments...or comments!

    Fleurs de Citronnier always gets comments. Hands down my prime attention-grabber. Its "spread" has to do with the way it responds to body heat--this is probably the same thing that works for...
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    Re: your favorite fig

    Here's a cheapie: Body Time Green Fig. It's the purest fig out there, and it's a very mellow one.

    http://www.bodytime.com (go to "perfumes" and you can find it in the drop-down menu).
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    Re: Should I or shouldn't I

    Should: You should get it for the Art Deco bottle alone. But then again, you could buy L'Heure Bleue for the same reason.

    Mitsouko goes through various temperaments on me: There's a yellow...
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    Re: SotD Tuesday 16 January

    Marching to a cheaper drummer: Yves Rocher Voile d'Ambre. I like that this has the tiniest feeling of green citrus to it, like an underripe orange. While I'm normally somewhat averse to powdery...
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    Re: Seeking Rose Frag. Need your help

    Parfums de Rosine POUSSIERE DE ROSE. This is a non-sweet, non-fruity cedar-based rose fragrance that is quite a lot like Feminite du Bois. The rose is more like potpourri rose, dry and dark, and is...
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    Re: Scent Twins - Derivative?

    I think West Side smells like Sage Pearl on the drydown. The rose IS like Tocade, but the peony throws it off a bit.

    Chinatown is ever so slightly like CDG Palisander, but with sweet, peachy...
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    Re: Estee Lauder's new "Beautiful Love"

    This new fragrance is an airy fruity floral with a distinct mango tone(called "mango mist") in the top notes. It has a sheerness that is foreign to the EL classic line, but it doesn't lack in...
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    Re: Caron - Imposters!!

    Really, these don't smell a thing like "mall" fragrances, and because of that they take some getting used to. That's what perfume is supposed to smell like, in a classic mold. It's just that it is...
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    Re: Today I bought ... (for January 2007)

    You'll all be terribly envious of my new (and very chic) acquisition, for today I bought a.....panoramic radiograph. So that's my fancy purchase.
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    Re: SotD Monday 15 January

    Frapin 1270. I've had a bottle of this for a year. I loved it last winter, but not wanting to create olfactory fatigue or use it up too quickly, I did my usual trick of shelving it for six months. ...
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    Re: A fantastic lavender scent?

    This isn't one of my favorite notes, but I do think Encens et Lavande, Gris Clair, and also the lowly Lavande Velours are outstanding. E and L is a desert smudgepot, Gris Clair is hot steam, and LV...
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    Re: SotD Sunday 14 January

    Something warm and shaggy: PdN Vanille Tonka.

    I have had an unprecedented six-day run of Bad Perfume Days. Yesterday I broke the cycle with Lea St. Barth and then became overly confident and...
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    Re: Orange Dreamsicles anyone???

    There's that Profumum Dulcis in Fundo, which smells an awful lot like Antica Farm. Vaniglia, Mandarino e Bourbon AND also like Filles de la Vanille Argentee, although none of these three is anywhere...
  21. Thread: "Tangy" scents

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    Re: "Tangy" scents

    When I think "tangy," I usually think something with a lime rind note or perhaps a pink pepper note. But then again, I also might use "tangy" and "metallic" interchangeably.

    For an easily...
  22. Thread: IPdF

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    Re: IPdF

    This one falls into powdery amber territory. In that it is very distinctive. It is the antithesis of something like Ambre Sultan (which contains a vat of benzoin). It is very warm, and I didn't...
  23. Re: Has anyone tried Satellite Padparadscha from Luckyscent?

    Yes, I've tried it and liked it. The only drawback is that it isn't very distinctive to me (woods and incense is a favorite category of mine). I've smelled too many in the same category. It's a...
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    Re: SotD Saturday 13 January

    I'd wear Citronnier, but it's simply too cold. I've reduced my SL stash from ten to three.

    Think it's a PdN Vanille Tonka day today.
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    Re: Today I bought ... (for January 2007)

    Shoes. Three pairs. But I looked at perfumes.

    Nearby is a "flagship" Marshalls that gets quite a lot of good merchandise. At present they are having a 70% off clearance. I was able to get...
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    Re: your favorite discontinued frags

    Cut in this country, Haie Fleurie du Hameau. This is winning the title of best floral for me, and I never seem to tire of it. I'm don't normally care for jasmine or white floral bouquets, but this...
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    Re: TGIF!!! SotD Friday 12 January

    The true story of why I am wearing Burberry Brit:

    I've had this for a couple of years, and it's been in exile since 2004. Lately I have been turned off by most of my perfumes, chalking up more...
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    Re: Hillary Swank promoting Guerlain

    While I can appreciate Guerlain's chess move to become hipper and more appealing to a trendy young market, Swank just doesn't epitomize chic for me or anything to do with Guerlain's former aesthetic....
  29. Thread: Disasterpieces

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    Re: Disasterpieces

    Which came first, ChocoCrock or the injuriously dreadful BBW Tutti Dolce Tiramisu? One and the same sticky hazard.

    Then there is Cabochard. Yes, that schizophrenic battleaxe that can't decide if...
  30. Thread: Disasterpieces

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    Re: Disasterpieces

    Yes, right, SABLES. Glad someone else remembered it. I liked it at first. Got a decant, put it on, went out for a walk and was overwhelmed by the bitterness of the immortelle, the sweet syrup of...
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    Re: Eau d'Italie just sent me 8 free samples!

    I thought Paestum Rose was a wonderfully different rose. It's a chypre that has a bit of an ashy feel to it, along with rustic leafiness, a curl of smoke, a sense of untrampled nature, or something...
  32. Thread: New Bond No. 9

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    Re: New Bond No. 9

    It's for women. The bottle is very sixties-kitschy and references the fashion designs of Emilio Pucci, paper dresses, and "Mod." Raspberry note worries me.
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    Re: Best Patou ever?

    I dislike the formality of classic perfumes, so my choice from this house is Sira, which translates classicism through a carefully edited modernity. Normally I don't care for fruit (pear especially)...
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    Re: Today I bought ... (for January 2007)

    I wanted to come post that I had purchased a perfume, but while diddling about deciding which perfume I wanted, I ended up at Macy's, where I bought two sweaters and used up my perfume funds for the...
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    Re: Sillage Monsters!

    Good ole shiny AZUREE. I wanted to take a weed whacker to it, but I'd have cut off my arm.
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    Re: SotD Thursday 11 January

    MAC MV2. This is only tolerable after washing my hands twice. I'll have to mow it down with some Bond No. 9 West Side later on.

    (I also have on Marilyn Miglin Pheromone, it of the weedy green...
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    Re: Sillage Monsters!

    Guerlain Mahora and Annick Goutal Ce Soir ou Jamais EDP.
  38. Thread: Disasterpieces

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    Re: Disasterpieces

    Dzing! = Dzisaster!!

    It's that sticky ethyl maltol note I so despise in Vanilia, along with Vanilia's scorched butterscotch, plus more. Wowee! Rubber, old elastics, a jockstrap, calcified bone...
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    Re: Rose Royale or Lily and Spice? Anyone??

    I do the same convoluted math. I also NEVER order from Aedes unless there are samples that I want. Otherwise the formula goes haywire. Sometimes the wait is interminable, because I have sampled...
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    Re: What smells "sophisticated" and "expensive"?

    The fur perfumes. These seem to have an independent arrogance that causes them to stand apart from the wearer.
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    Re: Today I bought ... (for January 2007)

    Here ya go:
    TODAY I bought $100 plus change worth of makeup for a young lady (that would not be I). I then couldn't stand not to purchase something for my bloated old self (bloated in terms of item...
  42. Re: The smell of flesh, life, and death: Perfume - The Coffret of the Senses

    I am absolutely uninterested in that coffret. Trying to figure out why, but there is nothing there that speaks to me. My lack of involvement does not stem from the price or the premise. I think it...
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    Re: Rose Royale or Lily and Spice? Anyone??

    Interested to hear your opinion of this one!! Please write a review when you've given it a good whirl. Lily is my favorite note!
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    En Passant is the essence of spring and has the aquatic note. What could be more seasonally appropriate than lilacs and rain?
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    Re: SotD Tuesday 9 January

    Oh, I'm all supermarkety: Laura Mercier Tarte au Citron. How peculiar, it smells a bit like the Mandorlo from Acqua di Parma, plus hairspray to set the top.
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    Re: Rose Royale or Lily and Spice? Anyone??

    Aedes has that Lily and Spice. They've had it for a couple of months now, I believe. Shipping is $11.50.
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    Re: What do you forsake to afford to buy frags?

    I don't buy expensive skincare or haircare products. I am quite happy to get those at Wal-Mart. I never go out to eat or pay for any sort of entertainment other than the odd video rental.

    Rarely...
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    Re: What scents smell "voluptuous"?

    JPG Classique. Vintage Shalimar. Things wrought with strong vanillic bases and cloudy heart notes. Also things that are criminally powdery: Teint de Neige.

    On the men's side, Le Male, AG...
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    Re: SotD Monday 8 January

    Mona di Orio LUX. This and two other things that have brought Lux's vanillic base to the fore.
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    Re: best fruity rose perfume?

    KM Damascena, and Rosine Rose d'Ete as mentioned upthread. One to miss is Rosine Roseberry.

    D'Ete features a sweeter rose than the Mecheri and includes a note of chamomile that gives it a bit...
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    Re: women wearing men's scents

    Men's frags do not work on me. The more commercial they are, the worse they smell on my skin.

    I easily wear unisex scents: the entire CDG incense line, for example, Malle and Lutens vetivers,...
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    Re: Youth Dew Smellalikes???

    DSH Perfumes Jitterbug is like Youth Dew, with a muted berry note at the top. It's a thick chypre/oriental with a the same viscosity of YD.

    My conclusion about YDAN is that it is has more tin and...
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    Re: SotD Saturday 16 December

    Am wearing a semi-congruent combination of Regina Harris Amber Vanilla and Mona di Orio Lux.

    Let the sun shine in.

    I may order one of these before the day is through.
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    Re: "married to yourself" holiday perfume gift

    Etro Dianthus. And I have neither boyfriend nor secret lover and I don't know which I'd want least. Whee!
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    Re: TGIF!!! SotD Friday 15 December

    Lille_My, I adore Lux. I would adore it more if it weren't $200.00 for the large size. I love the layers of lemon: lemon oil, lemon cake, lemon custard. And then dust, wood, sunlight, and rose.
    ...
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    Re: TGIF!!! SotD Friday 15 December

    Heh. Are you ready?

    Organza Indecence
    Escentric 01
    Regina Harris Amber Vanilla
    Passage d'Enfer

    And to add insult to injury, I am sniffing about for my sample of Alamut EDT. Perhaps it is a...
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    Re: Vintage Perfume Ads

    I can spend hours on eBay, looking at old perfume and cosmetic ads. It's amazing how much time I fritter away in this pursuit.

    Once, I was hounded by the memory of a model with light green eyes....
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    Re: SotD Thursday 14 December

    The candied rind of the Apothia trio, soon to be washed off. These will be replaced with Bond No. 9 West Side for a short trip to Sephora: the end of the holiday shopping is nigh.

    (Have heard...
  59. Re: need your valued oppinions are these fakes

    I NEVER buy from sellers with feedback that low, especially if they seem to have come into large lots of perfumes. Perhaps they are legit, perhaps not.

    I've noticed other people avoiding auctions...
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    Re: Black Pheonix Alchemy Labs

    It is a completely hit-or-miss proposition. You may get lucky right away and then have a period where nothing is good, or you may give up before you get to the good stuff. The amount of product is...
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    Re: smells like Bain de Soleil...

    The orange gelee had a very distinctive smell that I don't really think has been captured in any of the multitude of beach-scented perfumes. I know that Bond No. 9 Fire Island is alleged to smell of...
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    Re: Might one "grow into" amber?

    This may be unhelpful, but remember that amber isn't a single entity unto itself. It's made up of a variety of components, and each amber may differ from another. Some are very resinous and others...
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    Re: SotD Wednesday 13 December (St.Lucia's Day)

    The strangely misnamed Acier Aluminum, thanks to my Canadian friend. It's gone to the To Buy list, despite a brief but momentous interlude where a fishy metallic note appeared.

    The rest is all...
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    Re: Your Ultimate 2006 Xmas wishlist !

    Aren't these fabulous? And affordable. I wonder how large they are. I have a feeling they are about two inches by one inch. I think they could be hung on a tree.
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  65. Re: Sisters, Cousins & Aunts--relative similarity in tastes?

    The only other female in my family who wears fragrance is a cousin who likes fruity/ambery florals. Her most recent purchase was BBW's new amber scent that smelled like Flowerbomb. Sent her a bottle...
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    Re: SotD Tuesday 12 December

    Amberific Anne Pliska.
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    Re: Directly to the heart?

    Well, Eau des Merveilles has an inverted pyramid, and L'Antimatiere has only the base of the triangle, so those are other instances where the norm is not followed.
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    Re: You crazy layering fiends!

    I have Flowerbomb and CB I HATE MUSK sort of overlapping here this evening. Surprisingly (big surprise), Flowerscud has whomped that CB Musk right in the horse's tail, and the two are not...
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    Re: Aldehydic floral with musk - suggestions?

    You know, when I think of "aldehydic floral with musk," I tend to put some emphasis on the musk part of the request. I find Clair de Musc an aldehydic (iris) floral, and obviously a musk fragrance. ...
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    Re: What are your thought on Gucci Rush?

    I think it is absolutely appalling on me. I just cannot get my nose around it, and I've tried it many times. It may be the only scent that I just cannot understand or appreciate. There are...
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    Re: SotD Monday 11 December

    Lea. Plain old Lea, nothing extreme, lots of quiet musk underneath almonds. Absolute perfection. I forget how good this one is, and how I once thought the price was atrocious.
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    Re: Vicky Tiel Perfumes

    I've tried Sirene, and was bowled over (keeled over?) by the pink dazzle of it. It was an explosion of floral confetti, all colored with this electric shine. Scented my office for days after I...
  73. Re: Need help with a note I can't identify....

    It's probably the vanilla. In both cases, it can seem musty. Depends on how you look at it. I find that sometimes Addict seems "stale" to me, in the sense of old-fashioned and "decaying." I'm not...
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    Re: Which one smells like Shalimar?

    So does Ligea la Sirena.
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    Re: SotD Sunday 10 December

    I need the restful, soapy vacation of Fire Island today.
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    Poll: Re: Should Tovah buy Sira des Indes unsniffed?

    Yes, but with a couple of caveats.

    This is my favorite purchase of 2006, and I am happy to be complicit in your adventure. However, you must like musk. Really like musk. Not safe little soapy...
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    Re: Why do I hate Opium so much?

    Can't deal with it either. I find it too dry and macho on me, plus, it is unremitting. And yet I wear other dry and enduring fragrances with ease.

    I used to love it, but in some alternate...
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    Re: Cold Weather Fragrances

    Yes, Baiser is a wonderful cold-weather scent, even though it itself has some cool touches to it (I find vetiver cool). I go even warmer with opoponax scents and even something like Jicky.

    Do...
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    Re: Would you recommend

    I'm going to assume it is for personal use and recommend PdN Sacrebleu. This may not fall into the smoky/burning category, but there is a wonderful deep blue harmony to this jasmine-infused perfume...
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    Re: Ambre Sultan Inquiry from those who know

    No, unless a woman's "juices" smell of oregano. AS is very herbal on me, before it is amber. It is hardly the sweet stuff of erotic lore.
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    Re: Turned Lutens?!

    That's really interesting. I haven't ever owned a bottle of DN (samples only), and yet I can somehow see where what you report might occur. Am familiar with the other two, but perhaps haven't had...
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    Re: Question for the Ladies

    COCO is one big, heavy scent, very dramatic and, on me, prone to fits. LOVELY, as pointed out above, grows old quickly, although it was the soapy smokiness of it that did my nose in (I find this...
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    Re: SotD Saturday 9 December

    I was out poking around in a couple of Marshalls today, marveling at what a difference a week had made. Last Friday, the fragrances had been rolled out and placed near the front doors, with gift set...
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    Re: Help me pick one spicy scent

    I have tried all three, and own two. My pick here is Baiser. It's very mellow and useful for a variety of occasions. Shaal Nur can be prickly as a cactus if your skin disagrees with it; it's the...
  85. Re: Shanghaijava Lillebule, what is that name??

    They appear to have been hitting their head hard on the old opium pillow.

    These sound fun and the method of application reminds me of things in the seventies (Tabu solid and the like). Price is...
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    Re: Christmas gift bought

    This is what I'm buying for a male friend. He loves it. He enjoys potent, darker scents with an edge of mystery and authority to them.

    I tried to wear it myself, but it came up burnt (the...
  87. Thread: Sublime

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    Re: Sublime

    The green-gold of this scent is breathtaking. And I cannot wear it. I think it is one of the more beautiful presentations of scent: the name, the shape of the bottle, the simmering warmth of the...
  88. Re: Dilemma: How do you know when to re-apply?

    I apply once in the morning and then perhaps another time in the evening. If I am going to layer with another scent (e. g. Elixir des Merveilles over Eau des Merveilles) I will do so a few hours...
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    Re: New Year's Eve - 2007! What do you wear?

    I haven't been out on New Year's Eve for years. The last time I went out (to an Outback Steakhouse three years ago) I wore Secrete Datura, a completely random choice that had nothing to do with...
  90. Thread: Fakes

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    Re: Fakes

    No, I personally haven't, but I sold some Coco to a gal on eBay who had been ripped off three times purchasing Chanel scents. She had written prior to buying, asking where I'd gotten the bottles.
    ...
  91. Thread: Flowers Poll

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    Re: Flowers Poll

    Third the lily. Also, the slightly bitter, green smell of narcissus, as Ayala mentioned (I have not smelled the L'Artisan LE and do not want to, not at that price!).
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    Re: Giving Frags as Chrsitmas-presents...?

    I only do this if recipient has shown a strong interest in the scent. I also include samples/decants of other things so he or she can try something new.

    A friend overseas has requested Boucheron...
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    Re: TGIF!!! SotD Friday 8 December

    Ambre Russe today.
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    Re: News: Gwen Stefani signs with Coty.

    When I saw this, I immediately thought of Juicy Couture scent, probably because Gwen's trendy clothing line reminds me of JC. (I am always horrified by seeing the words JUICY sprawled across a big...
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    Re: Perfume Families you dislike !

    HEAVY orientals with lots of thick and spicy notes (Youth Dew, Cinnabar, Opium).

    VERY SWEET fruited fragrances that also contain gourmand notes.

    GRAND LADY chypres, or prim and fussy chypres.
    ...
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    Re: I spent $400 in 2006 on frags--and you?

    I won't say how much I spent (oh, the horror), but I also sold. I've whittled my list down to about nine items, most of which will still be there a year from now.

    I excelled in impulse buying in...
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    Re: SotD Thursday 7 December

    And what did I find rolling about in the closet but Aroma M Geisha Noire AND Sage Onyx, so I am wearing both. And my fingers smell of Bois et Fruits.

    Going Xmas shopping today to a large and...
  98. Thread: Dry & Watery

    by Paisley
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    Re: Dry & Watery

    I'm going to look at this as the difference between dry, damp, and wet, instead of watery. Dry fragrances, for me, can have substantial smoke notes that are accompanied by Virginia cedar (Atlas...
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    Re: Flowerbomb Extrême.

    I have the regular Flowerbomb. Last year I tried the Extreme and was extremely put off. It was just too much, too flossy and thick like cream. This may have been a factor of my mood that day, or...
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    Re: What has made you the most nauseated?

    MORE:

    Florascent Tishka, longtime resident of the Luckyscent Loss Leader Page, free sample with order (along with other LLP denizens).

    Jil Sander No. 4, worn in the morning of a day in which...
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