Prada Infusion D'Homme and GIT always make me feel really good.
All trad Eaux de Cologne - I particularly like Trumpers to lift my mood. Also aquatics because they seem happily frivolous, MI works well. Stuff with neroli or jasmine in it.
l'eau par kenzo
Dolce & Gabanna Pour Homme
The same stuff that makes me happy, also makes me sad. I read the "sad fragrances" thread before this one, and am finding myself thinking of the same fragrance for both: Un Jardin en Mediterranee.
"When the milk,
tasted like perfume,
you had been drinking from the carton,
and I knew."
Fragrances have no special influence on my mood.
I'll give you two :
Sel de Vetiver by The Different Company. SdV just chills me out, lifts me up and makes me fell great.
Tomato by Demeter. Man, every time I apply this I can't help smiling. Usually my Sunday morning scent, and I love it.
***My friend, there are two kinds of people in this world : those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You dig.***
I'm not OLD...I'm VINTAGE!
Millesime Imperial gives me that beach holiday vibe with clear blue skys and azure coloured seas, it really lifts my mood wearing it in the Spring/Summer on a sunny day.
Aromatic Elixir. That is what it was created for...
4711. So refreshing and zesty!
The end of a bad day calls for a few sprays of Guerlain Jicky EDT, then maybe some Shalimar EDC at bedtime.
On happy days, or days when I need a pick me up:
Aqua Universalis Forte
Atelier Cologne Orange Sanguine
Concentre/Eau d'Orange Verte
D&G light blue for women layered with Molecule 03 is MMMMMMMMMMMMM, happiness to me!!
L'Artisan's Piment Brûlant would be my tonic of choice. Duchaufour's vibrant and hyper-realistic take on the lush verdancy of a vegetable garden right after a good dousing of rain in the dead of summer. A few spritzes will engulf any careworn soul in the sharpness of fresh-cut coriander and basil leaf, tangy tomato stem, a medley of spicy bright-green capsicum, flesh accidentally exposed to the surrounding elements, all shimmering in the heat over rain-sopped soil as it radiates from that final dusting of slightly bitter cocoa. Albeit brief, this roller coaster ride through a holodeck recreating the mid-summer damp of a sun-filled greenhouse transports, to be sure!
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Batucada will also do the trick!
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Acqua di Parma Colonia