So many perfume brands have an incense because it’s how we get back to our roots. Incense is where it all started. In fact, the “perfume” comes from the Latin word “perfumare”, which translates to “to smoke through”. It seems like any brand that is worth paying attention to has an incense inspired perfume in their collection. For CB I Hate Perfume, there’s 703 Fire From Heaven/Smoke.
Fire from Heaven is like a dank cedarwood. It eventually gets sweeter and smokier, like a buttery sandalwood and charred woods. Maybe… Continue reading
I’ve decided to write down which perfumes I would like for autumn and here they are:
Roxana Illuminated Perfumes Fig. 1 Noir – It’s a dark, deep patchouli. A patchouli for hardcore patchouli addicts. A patchouli that intimidates all the other patchoulis. Full review.
Cartier La Panthère – I admit that I want this for the bottle. It also helps that I like how it smells. The only reason that I haven’t purchased it yet is that I’m holding out for the parfum…but I may… Continue reading | 17 Comments
Cumming which later became 2nd (Alan) Cumming is one of those perfume collaborations that just makes sense. We have “outcast” perfumer Christopher Brosius teaming up with the eccentric actor and writer Alan Cumming to create an “anti-celebrity” celebrity perfume with profits going to various LGBTQ charities. The final product = CB I HATE CELEBRITY PERFUME.
Cumming is one peat-y perfume. It smells like wet, damp peat/dirt, rubber and garden hose. It’s a hyper-realistic olfactory portrait of a rooftop… Continue reading | 3 Comments
I’m on a marine roll this week. Yesterday I reviewed my favorite aquatic, HEELEY Sel Marin. Today I reveal my favorite “beach” scent: CB I Hate Perfume At the Beach 1966.
At the Beach 1966 smells like orange blossom tanning gel, oysters and a sushi bar. The squawking of seagulls… It is very literal but isn’t that the point of many of the perfumes in the CB I Hate Perfume line? At the Beach 1966 smells like being at… Continue reading | 6 Comments