Mainstream Monday – Sniffing a Popular Perfume
I’ve been reviewing perfumes on this blog for 10+ years now. A lot of things have changed – from my own life to even just the perfume industry. Anyway, there are a few posts that I’m surprised that I haven’t done yet, even over this past decade. One of those is that I’ve never reviewed the original Mugler Angel perfume, an icon that I have so much respect for that I find it difficult to convey in words.
When Angel Muse launched, it was instant… Continue reading | 2 Comments
I apologize for posting my gift guides so late this year. I’m busy and I keep telling myself better late than never. I know that I mainly make these guides for myself so my thought is that it doesn’t matter when I post these. These are merely reminders of the sort of things I want to buy myself.
Here’s my annual holiday gift guide for glamorous types that would be happy to have back-seamed stockings in their stocking! This is the gift guide for those that appreciate the timeless elegance of red lipstick, perfectly set… Continue reading | 2 Comments
I made a Beautyhabit order to replenish cleansers and stuff.
I bought two
Hug your Auntie! My holiday gift guides are back!
And just like last year, I apologize for their last minute arrival. It has been such a busy month. Gift guides and blogging have not been a priority. Working and life and actually finding the time to buy gifts for niblings…that’s what has been the priority.
Anyway, back to the annual EauMG holiday tradition of gift guides. It’s better late than never, right? Previously I referred to this guide as the “Holiday Gift Guide for Sweet Nieces and Teens” but I wanted to find a word… Continue reading | 4 Comments
Les Parfums de Rosine partnered with LeSnob¹, a French-based accessories house, to create a trio of perfumes:
Le Snob No. 1 Gothic Rose
Notes of elemi, incense, mandarin orange, neroli, myrtle, artemesia, caoutchouc, cinnamon, rose, plum, wallflower, Atlas cedar, vanilla, amber, musk, myrrh and leather. Launched in 2016.
Gothic Rose opens as green herbs with citrus-hued incense resins. So many incense perfumes are balsamic – they smell sticky and resinous. Le Snob No. 1 presents incense in a… Continue reading | 4 Comments