It has always amazed me that grown-ups want to smell like talc or baby powder. It’s not because I’m a snob and think that baby powder stinks. I’m just from the school of thought that if you want to smell like baby products, then use baby products. It’ll save you money. But, if you don’t want to use these products but you want to smell like a clean baby slathered in product, wear i Profumi di Firenze Talco Delicato.
When most people hear “creamy amber”, they think of a “heavy” perfume. Ambra del Nepal isn’t heavy. It’s a “skim” creamy amber with 99% less fat than other creamy ambers but it’s just as flavorful. It’s rare to find an amber (or even a vanilla) that one could wear in all four seasons but here it is.
i Profumi di Firenze Melograno Selvatico opens with a green, bitter floralness that reminds me of lemon blossoms. There is a humid and aquatic, fresh-air element to Melograno Selvatico. On me, Melograno Selvatico wears as fresh citrus blossoms, very delicate blossoms. In the heart, I get a very faint pomegranate-like fruit juice and grapefruit peel with the florals. And if I… Continue reading | 5 Comments
Well, with a name like “Brezza di Mare”, can you imagine what this smells like?
Brezza di Mare opens with watermelon mint sorbet with dryer sheets. It’s very “clean” and fresh. It’s sheer and it’s what I would expect from something with a name like Brezza di Mare. It’s very breezy. And that’s my brief review because that is all I have to say.
i Profumi di Firenze Arancio di Sicilia (Sicilian Orange) is a realistic orange fragrance. That’s all you really need to know about Arancio di Sicilia but you know that I must keep talking…
Arancio di Sicilia is a simple fragrance that smells good. It’s a juicy, energetic orange. It’s tart but not too sharp. It has a touch of natural sweetness. It smells like the pulp of a blood orange.