View RSS Feed

All Blog Entries

  1. I hated it, now I love it.

    Just putting this out there to see if I am the only one who experiences this from time to time. I have bought fragrances having tried them on my skin, at the store. When i get home, the whole process of transition from top to base notes made me question my purchase. I put the fragrance down for a while and when I came back to it, I found myself liking it. it also seems to perform better than when i first sprayed it on.
  2. incense! incense! my kingdoom for an incense!

    Quote Originally Posted by Palicao View Post
    Hi all fellow beautiful creatures of the night
    I look at you, it's at you I come in front of your devotee shrine and I humbly again ask for directions
    be my muse, be my guide, be my prophets

    for I am lost, I am lost in the Labyrinth and the Beast is behind me, ever smelling like the foul creature he is
    ever chasing down the corners of this dark antique building

    Let's begin like true greek choruses
    First the Actors

    The Minotaur
  3. big smoke

    Hi,I'm searching for something big smokey and wild.
    City on fire and t rex are both great.Looking to try the offerings from Beufort of London.
    Any one got any other suggestions?
    Thank you.
  4. Montale

    Quote Originally Posted by NickZee View Post
    I have 25+ Montales. Why? They are big, brash, unapologetic, exotic scents. They are very affordable. The rose notes are excellent. They have a distinct Montale signature that no other brand comes close to.

    But it takes a lot of work to navigate the range. Once you get past the 10 or so scents that everyone raves about, it’s possible to step on a dud, but there are also gems to be found which either have not caught on or were popular 8-9 years ago but have since been forgotten
  5. Coty's last perfume and the aldehyde connection

    Complice was originally released in 1934, the year Coty died. It was subsequently relaunched in 1973 under the title Complice by François Coty.

    Complice is a cool creamy bouquet, aldehydic and lightly pink; a soft abstract floral that clearly owes a lot to Ernest Beaux. Complice is a fine aldehydic (at least in the 1973 version) but it's nothing special. It stands alongside Infini and 1000 which were released the year before but doesn't really outshine them. The interesting thing ...

    Updated 10th December 2020 at 04:37 PM by Wild Gardener

Page 2 of 625 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 12 52 102 502 ... LastLast

Loving perfume on the Internet since 2000