Satisfies a Sweet Tooth
Sometimes in life you just want something sugary, and Cream Soda Slushy provides that kind of satisfying sweetness. The main note is syrupy butterscotch candies, with little hints of strawberry and that cream soda note, which is not as fizzy as I would like but there is still a sort of cool, crushed-ice quality to it that I appreciate. Another thing I appreciate about this is that there's a note lingering in the background and when you've been wearing this for a few hours that's almost smoky, or burnt; I'm not sure if it's a toasted-sugar caramel or the CocoaPink fragrance base or what, but it grounds the sweeter notes in a way that makes the perfume feel overall more well-rounded. If you're seeking butterscotch, look here.
Katemorganb 9 days ago
Different Take on "Masculine"
Fragrances marketed to men tend to fall into familiar trappings: sporty aquatic freshies, heady and sweet spice, sharp and metallic aromatics. And you can never expect an indie house to do what's familiar, which is why this more "masculine"...
Katemorganb 23 days ago
The most wearable orange blossom I've tried thus far. On me, orange blossom and neroli can go really south, either too cloyingly floral or almost savory (Kilian's Love Don't Be Shy was somehow both, making it a scrubber on me). Gentlewoman is not that:...