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Lieselotte 9 days ago
How do you solve a problem like longevity?
In an earlier write-up, I implored you to consider the non-importance of a fragrance having eternal longevity. Today, I want to tackle another aspect to this. It is as you suspect, I am unable to keep my objectivity and am taking sides in this argument to say that a perfume's longevity is important. I think this sentiment is shared across perfume lovers as a fellow writer bewailed the presence of weak,...
Mitchcraft 10 days ago
Fed up of weak fragrances
First off I am no professional and only have a modest collection but still a collection that people say is one of too many. I too don’t think I need as much as I have but I have this urge to try find my next fragrance that will be one of a new experience to me. For example when I tried my first of the fragrances that we call “Blues” and in my case was Dylan Blue from Versace my day was made,...
Lieselotte 16 days ago
A change of affection
'I don't know you anymore,' I thought, as whiffs of Lattafa's Oud Mood wafted about me, 'you've changed. You're not as electric and enthralling as you used to be.' 'I don't recognise you nowadays... What happened to the chypre I used to know?' I glowered, hurling accusations at Grès' Cabochard. 'Wow... You are divine! How did I ever find you charmless and uninteresting?' I gasped gasped to whiffs of Elizabeth...
Lieselotte 22 days ago
Tu es sans rival: Maison Parfum Grès
Like an Inspector Littlejohn mystery, I will begin this write-up with a conclusion of facts and sentiments in hopes that it will seduce 1.5 minutes of your short-spanned attention: the notes enticed me to blind-buy the 100ml eau de parfum, but it was the unrivalled, heady seduction of a scent that led me to prize the bottle, despite its cap's hangups. Grès Paris is to some a well-known fragrance house...