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    New to all of this. You all gave me some great ideas on green scents, which I have sent away for some samples. Also interested in powdery scents. What might I try in that area? Is a cottony scent also part of a powder scent?? Not sure what I'm thinking of in that area. I like it to be fresh smelling. Thanks for any help.

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    So many, don't know where to start.

    * Guerlain L'Heure Bleue
    * Prada Infusion d'Iris (EDP, EDP, EDP Absolue)
    * Prada Infusion d'Homme (all powdery)
    * Frederic Malle L'Eau d'Hiver
    * Frederic Malle Iris Poudre
    * Laboratorio Olfattivo Daimiris
    * Histoires de Parfums Blanc Violette
    * Histoires de Parfums 1725
    * Huitieme Art Parfums Poudre du Riz

    these are just a few propositions, there are many, many more in this category.

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    Fresh and powdery?

    I can confirm about Prada Infusion, L heure Bleue is not fresh,

    I would suggest Lorenzo Viloresi Teint de Neige, but i am trying to avoid powdery scents, i like olibanum .....though:-)

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    Flower by Kenzo

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    Thanks for the threads to read!!

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    Ferre by Ferre. Habinita is very powdery, but fresh?

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    Try Chloe Love Chloe, Keiko Mecheri Loukhoum Eau Poudree and Lorenzo Villoresi Teint de Neige. All are powdery and fresh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiliwia View Post
    Try Chloe Love Chloe, Keiko Mecheri Loukhoum Eau Poudree and Lorenzo Villoresi Teint de Neige. All are powdery and fresh.
    Thanks for the ideas!

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    No.19 poudre.

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    Teint de Neige is pretty full-on powder. There's also Huitieme Arte's Poudre de Riz.
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    Habanita is powdery, but it has a tobacco note and spices that render it anything but fresh!

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    Thirding Habanita. Not fresh at all though. It dries down into stale face powder and cigarettes.

    Obvious but great: Chanel No. 5 Eau Premiere.
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