Rose Week 2015
It’s Rose Week, an annual tradition on EauMG. This week I’ll be reviewing a few rose-centric perfumes. And you guys know I’m a rose lover. I love roses because they are versatile. A rose can take on many different personalities. Rose should win best actress when it comes to perfume notes.
PK Perfumes Carissa is one of those “green” roses. It’s like a florist shop. It’s a perfume inspired by a South African shrub with gorgeous white flowers, Carissa. It’s a… Continue reading | 2 Comments
PK Perfumes Gold Leather is an indie perfume that the perfumer meant to be “a beautifully glowing warm Leather”. Wearing Gold Leather, I’m reminded of Rio Carnival. It’s a colorful, dynamic leather fragrance.
To my surprise, Gold Leather opens as fruity and juicy yet the leather is immediately noticeable. Oddly enough, the leather reminds me of like a box of new sneakers since there is rubberiness to the scent (that I think is coming from the white florals). It’s succulent tropical fruits (like guava and… Continue reading | 7 Comments
PK Perfumes Ginger Zest de Citron is a perfume inspired by cocktails. I find Ginger Zest de Citron to be a very global perfume in that pulls “ingredients” from all over.
Ginger Zest de Citron surprises me with its opening. It’s curry leaves, mint chutney and orange-ginger marmalade. Ginger Zest de Citrons goes into a direction I didn’t expect. It’s curry leaves, turmeric and white florals. Curry is odd because it’s spicy, sweet, lemony and pungent and sometimes I find it “rubbery”. On… Continue reading | 4 Comments