I had said in my 6th Blogiversary post that I’d like to start doing a feature where I revisit perfumes to see if my “eaupinions” have changed. I said I wasn’t afraid to eat crow…and I’m not.
In July, I decided to re-try some fruity scents.It seemed liked the right thing to do in the summer heat.
Smell Bent Remix Little Miss Panda Gets Lei’d review published June
I talked my husband into wearing CREED Bois du Portugal and he hated it. He seriously whined like a little baby for hours over this one. He kept saying that it smelled of “stomach churning embalming fluid” and even used my most despised phrase in perfume speak: “old lady”. Sniffing it on him, it smelled wonderful. I really do not know what all the fuss was about. He later scrubbed it off the skin because it made him “nauseous”. Sometimes husbands just don’t understand… Continue reading | 5 Comments
I can not emphasize to perfume newbies enough just how important it is to try stuff on the skin before ever considering buying. There are so many fragrances that smell good on paper, smell good on your BFF or sound great in a review and smell awful on your skin. Creed Love in Black is one of those for me.
Love in Black has a weird opening. I get a caramelized cucumber and damp violets. And then I get hot asphalt. The vibe is very “CdG-ish” but it
Creed Fantasia de Fleurs is a rich floral fragrance originally created in 1862. Creed describes the perfumes as
Fantasia de Fleurs is an intoxicating stroll through the secret garden of the queen’s inner court. The scent is a luxurious floral bouquet that evokes Empress Sissi (of Austria-Hungary), a woman widely renowned for her exceptional beauty, taste and refinement.
It took Miss Sissi 3 hours each day to get her hair did. She even bedazzled her floor length hair. Fantasia de Fleurs is one of those perfumes that does smell prissy and refined. Every time I wear… Continue reading | 6 Comments
Creed is one of the few luxury perfume lines that makes me want to buy fruity-florals. I really do like Spring Flower but for me, it’s more of a summer perfume. The fruits are so ripe that they are on the verge of rotting; there are no delicate spring fruit blossoms. Spring Flower can be summed up in 3 words: musky, fruity, floral. Is this as classy as 1950’s era Audrey Hepburn (this is her perfume)? I don’t know.
Before I get started with this review, I… Continue reading | 5 Comments