Hula dance with hibiscus flowers
Hula always tells a story. The rhythmic, almost hypnotic hip movements of the very elegant dancers are mostly based on the waves of the sea, while the arms tell the story. They tell of heaven, of rain, of storm and wind. Of love, loss and suffering. From goddesses of the earth and volcanoes who fall in love and yet never find together. And oh, also dolphins and rainbow dreams.
While the dancers dance their stories, with green wreaths on silky black hair and rustling bast skirts, it rains pink hibiscus blossoms with orange changing colours onto the stage.
Here I put on
It starts quickly very fresh with juicy citrus scents. The beautiful tangy and good-humoured jump to the skin. Really a nice start. Although the lemon is more dominant than the orange.
It becomes sweeter, creamier, flowerier and pinkish orange. I don't know if it's the Amyris. It's supposed to be a little resinous, but I don't notice anything about it.
That's it, then. No bombastic course, also quite straightforward, but nevertheless very expressive.
I was very surprised that my little nose pinned a hibiscus flower imaginatively behind my forehead in Hawaii. It doesn't say anything about hibiscus. Mm, but no vanilla either.
Ooh, what my nose doesn't smell.
In any case a great fragrance for summer days like the one we have at the moment. Due to the constant sweating, the scent also steams after quite a long time. Seven hours is already in. But quite unobtrusive and not killing. A citrus cocktail also for the office
a fine fresh lemon hula scent that evokes beautiful thoughts. The one beamt in this heat into the vacation and the mood improves.