...I'm so amazed by some of your thoughts...it clearly shows what skin types do, or don't do, and what people come expecting when they read certain notes... It's *really* interesting to read your notes...I've read notes for years, and when I get a scent in the mail, many times it's not at all what I expected it to be like... I am so amazed that someone got "Bitter Coffee" from Cafe Diem..., especially when others get hardly any coffee, and they get more sweet rolls to it. hmmm...But I must confess that I don't hardly use any vanilla in my scents, *THE* most popular fragrance element used in the World...I feel like this Cadillac Commercial, (Which the clip cuts off the opening question:) "You know what's the world's favorite Ice Cream Flavor?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GTlPQyQ-gY"But if you're in the mood for something tasty, test drive one of these..."I find a sympathetic partner for eschewing filling our lives with Vanilla, in Cadillac, or at least for this one commercial... :-)Hope you all keep smellin' good! PK
YOU'RE INVITED to the PK Perfumes Goodies Page!
by PaulKiler | Parfumo Community
...YOU'RE INVITED to the PK Perfumes Goodies page!Come to see Beauty resplendent, and find a wonderful background of something really smelly for your favorite electronic devices...You'll find over 50 different images from many places that are Beautiful. Interesting, maybe even Fantastic...I decided that it was time to stop hoarding my beautiful photographs, and share them with the world...Hope that you enjoy them...Paul KilerPK Perfumes
What is the definition of Niche vs. Artisan?
by PaulKiler | Perfumes & Brands
...As a Niche Perfumer, I would define "Niche" as filling a gap left unfilled by other more known houses.That niche could and would be quality, as compared to many mass market fragrances. That niche could be adventurousness or ferocity, or artistic gumption, but as for me and my "House" it also means using fantastic and expensive ingredients that make perfumes better, because they ARE better.Mass market fragrances have to make them cheaply, to make the exhorbitant profits. My ideal is the Art of Perfumery, with the best ingredients I can get my grubby little hands on, making what I call "Real Perfumes", because I use all the great stuff that mass market cannot by virtue of those maerials' costliness.Paul KilerPK Perfumes