L’Artisan Parfumeur Al Oudh is unlike anything else in the L’Artisan line. It’s filthy. It’s dirty and it doesn’t fit with those “usual” Giacobetti blends in the line.
The first time I wore Al Oudh, I expected some rose-oud thing that we’re all used to. I applied it, went out and felt embarrassed I got very self-conscious, fearing that I smelled like a sweaty groin. I’d get this whiff of well, body parts that haven’t been showered during the middle of a heatwave… Continue reading | 1 Comment
Thanks to last Friday’s #fumechat, I am now interested in three new limited edition perfumes at Luckyscent. Untitled is a collaboration between niche perfumers and the shop, Luckyscent. These bottles are limited edition and quanity. There are only 100 bottles of each formula.
#08 Untitled by Bren Leonesio – Brent is the perfumer behind the brand, Smell Bent. Oh, how I want to try this blend of feral, dirty notes: narcissus, civet, fur, tobacco, feral musk, oud, and… Continue reading | 10 Comments
CoSTUME NATIONAL Scent is a fragrance that is so familiar to me but I don’t know what the “familiar” is. This drives me nuts, but as soon as I’m able to get over guessing what Scent reminds me of, I’m able to like the fragrance.
The fragrance is a bit of “everything” at first. I get lots of sweet amber and crisp cedar. These notes are some of my favorites but Costume National does them differently. It wears sweaty and skanky on me. It smells like if… Continue reading | 5 Comments
Lumberjack Werewolf is a limited edition fragrance featured in Smell Bent’s Attack of the Killer Smellies Collection for Halloween 2010. This collection features 4 spooky inspired scents that will only be available until November 1st.
Lumberjack Werewolf is well, awesome. It’s a bit strange but in a wearable strange way. My disclaimer is that I like skanky, animalic musk scents. For some reason I like to smell like a sweaty 70’s gigolo with at least 20 spritzes of perfume. At first spritz, I can’t really smell anything… Continue reading | 10 Comments