This post is dedicated to all of the masucline perfumes that I enjoy smelling on men and not myself. I wear many masculine fragrances. I think Dior Homme, Caron Pour Un Homme and Chanel Pour Monsieur are some of the best masculines ever. BUT I wear these myself. This list is dedicated to those masculines that I absolutely adore and wouldn’t wear on myself. Why wouldn’t I wear them? They are just too darn masculine and “manly” for me. This are the ones I want to smell on a man.
We all have a note (possibly notes) that do not agree with us. This may mean that a note like honey goes “kitty piss” on you. Or it may mean that you don’t like the smell lavender just because you don’t. In this world, there are a few smells that I can’t stand: bacon and maple syrup. Maybe it’s strange that I dislike these but I can guarantee there are other people that hate these smells too. So, in the world of fragrance there is a note that makes me sick. It’s immortelle. This floral is dry, aromatic, sweet like… Continue reading | 10 Comments
Dior’s fall 2009 makeup collection is inspired by the 1920’s. For the past few years this era has been very popular in the makeup color collection world. Since I’m into most things vintage, I’m not going to complain. However, I don’t think of this collection as very 20’s but more of a 2009 take of a a jazz club in the late 40’s/early 50’s. The look is OTT with bold smoky eyes paired with boldly colored lips.
EYES: There is a Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Night Butterfly. This… Continue reading
I would sum this eye cream up as a great preventive eye cream for normal skin. A “starter” eye cream as I call them. I’ve been using it since the beginning of summer. It is odorless, very creamy, fast absorbing, no stingy despite its SPF of 20. It does have a “souffle” like texture. It’s nice. However, it doesn’t do very much other than “protect” and moisturize. It has done nothing for dark circles. As far as fine lines goes, which this product claims to “reduce”, I haven’t… Continue reading | 1 Comment
I’m really not in love with the Dior Parisian Nude spring 2009 makeup collection. I find it a bit boring and a little too average. This isn’t a horrible look. It looks great on my people and it even looks much like my toned down work look. So, that is why it is boring. This isn’t a collection and it shouldn’t be limited edition; these are too much of the everyday colors that most ladies already own.
FACE: There is a limited edition Lady Dior Compact for $75. It… Continue reading