The Beach Eaus – A month of beach and ocean inspired perfumes.
Long story short, I didn’t get to publish this review in August, the month I focused on beachy perfumes. I got busy but I really wanted to cover my favorite in the Nateeva line before wrapping up this series. And now I’m posting this review after the Bahamas have been devastated by Hurricane Dorian, the most damaging hurricane reported in the country. It feels really off to post this… Continue reading | 2 Comments
Hiram Green is a small line of natural, artisanal fragrances that I’d describe as “slow fragrances”. I compare them to Slow Food where you can taste the difference because of the ingredients used and the time put into them. This isn’t a brand that launches a new fragrance every six weeks. It’s a line that embraces natural ingredients and doesn’t launch fragrances until they’re “just right”.
I really like the other two releases from Hiram Green, Moon Bloom and Shangri-La. As… Continue reading | 6 Comments
Amayori is a line of natural bath and body products inspired by Japanese bathing rituals. The brand also has a line of aromatherapy perfume oils. I’ve tried the perfume oil, Geisha, and all of the Luxury Bath Salts.
Geisha for “strength and self-possession” with notes of jasmine, bergamot and yellow mandarin.
Geisha opens with a bright sunny citrus that reminds me of yuzu. It starts to wear as a fresh, green jasmine with a citrus tang. I say give it a try if you like… Continue reading | 11 Comments
I want to thank everyone that entered into the Tauer Advent Calender draw hosted by EauMG. There were many entries and I’m happy how the perfume community was brought together by Tauer’s generous giveaway. Reading through all of your December scent memory comments brought me so much joy! It was great to reminiscence with all of you. I actually learned many things too:
- I learned so much about different holiday traditions around the
Smell Bent is a brand known for their jaunty perfumes and cheeky names. And this can sometimes distract from the constitution of the actual perfumes. I think this is something that has happened to Bollywood or Bust.
First things first, I wouldn’t describe Bollywood or Bust as a very “Bollywood” perfumes. So let’s get rid of that little assumption. Let’s just go into this thinking of it as an indie perfume with a reasonable price point. Bollywood or Bust opens with a sour, woodsy sandalwood and… Continue reading | 7 Comments