Tea for 2 by L'artisan
Thread: Because of Basenotes
Tea for 2 by L'artisan
"PLAIN LIVING, HIGH THINKING" O.W., De Profundis
One can not prove the beauty, but show it. You see it or you don't.
Real beauty: 1) Frederic Malle 1-20 2) Chanel Egoiste 3) YSL Opium pour Homme edp 4) Guerlain Habit Rouge 5) TF Noir de Noir \\ Noses: 1) Jacques Cavallier 2) Maurice Roucel
been a while back... prob the dreamer or bvlgari black
"You smell kinda pretty! Wanna Smell me ?"
- Johnny Bravo
Terre D'Hermes after the 7th awards
Creed's Original Vetiver; blind buy and I was hooked!
"We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force." Ayn Rand...
"The essence of fascism is to make laws forbidding everything and then enforce them selectively against your enemies."
Terre d'Hermes. It has never left its chaise in my pantheon of scent.
Sorry to "copy" *ehem* but I was all set to give up on Terre d'Hermes as well and because of the reviews here I tried it again and was hooked. It's now one of my favorites of all time. Because of Basenotes, I'm a fragrance fanatic! Thank you Basenotes!
Last edited by nthny; 22nd October 2007 at 06:20 AM.
Well, first of all, Basenotes inspired me to order a whole bunch of samples. That in turn has lead to the definite purchase - imminent if not yet actualized - of Knize Ten, which I've fallen in love with.
Either something from Malle or the CdG Avignon or Kyoto.
I took the advice of my brother from another mother aka mikeperez and bought the Kelly Caleche.
Thank you Mike
Diva is fartin in your perfume mist before you walk through it!! Walk slow and let it marinate......
Divatologist....Breaking perfume rules since 1969
I smells goooooooooooood! Don't believe me? Come smell me!!
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"I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best." - Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
I have basenotes to thank for introducing me to the wonderful world of Geir and everything by L'artisan
(my 2 "signature" scents are now Geir for warm weather and Tea for Two in cool weather)
Think it must have been Musc Ravageur . . .
Peggy: "Right now, we have to get to the mental institution. Something terrible has happened."
Peggy: "Brother Boy has tried to kill himself. He jumped out of his bedroom window."
Latrelle: "Isn't he only on the second floor?"
Peggy: "Yes, but he hit his head on a lawn gnome."
Fr. Sordid Lives: The Series
"Live, live, live! Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death."
Ah, my first Basenotes buys - four L'Artisan decants: L'Eau de L'Artisan, Mure et Musc, Ananas Fizz and the love-at-first-sniff Voleur de Roses.
Thank you, guys and gals, for paving the way to my slippery slope
Mugler Cologne ------- very very very green. l love it.
My addiction to fragrances is a recent thing. It all started when all I wanted to do was to look up what people 'thought' of a few fragrances I saw for sale on a flyer. Then it just snowballed and the next time I got to a store, I was checking out all the stuff people on here repeatedly mentionned or liked.
Pretty much everything I have, I was influenced on buying because of basenotes.
I believe mine was Gucci Envy, my second bottle ever.
I am almost certain it was three scents. GIT, Himalaya and Vera wang for men. I had no Idea one could find these scents on the web so I drove about 130 miles round trip to a Neiman Marcus north of Detroit near the Palace at Aubern Hills Just for the Creeds. Saw the Vera Wang as an aside and thought. What the hay might as well get that too. The Git and Vera still thrill me. I have a come and go relationship with himalaya. I don' dislike it but sometimes its like eeeeeeh maybe I'll wear it maybe not.
For sale post
" I wanna have my kicks before the whole s--t house goes up in flames"
Quote from Jim Morrison
L'Eau D'Issey pour Homme Issey Miyake
Not my favorite but the first and the beginning of a world of wonderful fragrances..
These things cannot be long hidden: the Sun, the Moon, the Truth--Buddha
I actually bought B*Men blind because I read on here that you can't go wrong with any of Mugler's scents. I'm now thinking of getting Mugler Cologne...
M7, Caron Third Man, and Chevignon.
LOVE all three.
I remember this one 'very' clearly...
Guerlain Vetiver, along with Creed's MI and Green Irish Tweed.
Because of Basenotes: I know refer to cologne as "Smell good" thanks to Tvlampboy... Thanks sir
I'm so fo sho' it's no facade/ Stay out of trouble momma said as momma sighed/ For her fear her youngest son be a victim of homicide/ But I gotta get you out of here momma.. Or I'm gonna die..Inside...So either eay you lose me momma/ So let loose of me!
1st: Piper Nigrum
-didn't really like it, too spicy.
2nd: Millesime Imperial
-really liked it, but a bit pricey.
Current top 5:
1. MDCI Chypre Palatin
2. Guerlain Arsene Lupin (Dandy)
3. Roja Dove Enigma Parfum Pour Homme
4. Roja Dove Vetiver Extrait
5. Puredistance M
Dior Homme was the first scent I can really remember buying based on reviews and ravings of people here. I bought it blind, obviously, and it worked out in my favor. I got a scent that I will never be without again.
EnvYuS My Wardrobe
Opium pour Homme by YSL, because its sexy and attractive poster :P