I love Edward Bess cosmetics and I’m finding that I love Edward Bess perfumes. La Femme Bohème appears to be inspired by a literal “romp in the hay” according to the brand’s copy.
La Femme Boheme is a honeyed jasmine. The opening is a heady jasmine and a citrusy resin. It reminds me of tobacco more than it does florals. The jasmine is dry, indolic and covered in sticky honey. With time, it’s like hay. Hay is for horses. So much hay… Continue reading
Mainstream Monday: Sniffing a Popular Perfume
The best “cheapie” pleasant surprise that I’ve ever had with perfume has been with the ScentStory 24 series. I was amazed by the surprisingly luxurious amber, Gold. Platinum, a sugary rose, was equally delightful. They’re long-wearing and smell great while be available for under $50! That’s practically “free” in Perfumeworld.
ScentStory has recently expanded the line to include Elixirs. These are highly concentrated perfumes using more expensive ingredients. I know that may sound cliché as many brands claim this… Continue reading | 5 Comments