Eric Buterbaugh EB FLORALS is a line of perfumes created by creative director and florist, Eric Buterbaugh¹. Nick’s Sunflower is the brand’s latest offering, a collaboration with milliner Nick Fouquet. Nick’s Sunflower is a fantasy fragrance of what a sunflower could smell like, assuming that sunflowers could have a distinctive fragrance.
Nick’s Sunflower is a fruity-floral. It opens with quince and Red Delicious apples in a sea of various citrus tree blossoms. As it settles, I notice the linden which is like a… Continue reading
Escentric Molecules have a bit of a cult-following in world of niche perfume and in the world of fashionable people¹. But, it’s never really been a line that I’ve been drawn to despite liking the perfumes on other people. They’re the sort of perfumes that you wear for others and not yourself. I wear perfume for me.
Escentric Molecules has launched two/binary new perfumes in their minimalist collection, Molecule 04 and Escentric 04:
Molecule 04 is like a citrus-hued sandalwood. It’s dry, woodsy and… Continue reading | 1 Comment
I kept meaning to post this sooner, but I’ve been lazy enjoying summer. If you’re looking for something to compliment summer, here are my suggestions:
The perfumes that smell like the beach or at least make you feel like a glamorous beach bum.
Arielle Shoshana EDP – This is a passion fruit fragrance so that already comes across as tropical. For me, it reminds me of summer drinking batido de maracuyá. Retails for $125 at Arielle Shoshana. Review… Continue reading | 2 Comments
Mainstream Monday – Sniffing a Popular Perfume
It’s been a few months since this rose lover has posted a rose-centric perfume review. And that’s too long.
Yves Rocher Moment de Bonheur is a green rose soliflore. It opens with green leaves and rose petals. At this stage, the roses lean lemon-y. The heart is rose petals that lean peach-y with a sour/tart musk. The dry-down is a green rose with an astringent cedar. This base sort of hovers over the skin… Continue reading | 2 Comments
The Lipstick League – week of 7.10.17
Question of the Week: Is a beauty product being labeled green, natural or organic a selling point for you?
EauMG’s Answer: Nope, not really at all. I like effective products or products that I personally enjoy (like because they smell good). If a product meets those requirements and happens to be green, natural or organic, then that’s cool. If not, that’s cool too. When it comes to labeling, there’s a lot of misleading labels to sell products because brands