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Smell Bent Mots Verts EDT Perfume Review

Smell Bent Mots Verts EDT Perfume Review

Mots Verts is a limited edition fragrance in Smell Bent’s Radiodada 2011 Spring Fragrance Collection. Mots Verts (Risqué Puns) is really a surreal perfume. It’s a strange but wearable mix of crisp greens and creamy vanilla. I’m reviewing the EDT, a perfume oil is also available.

At first, Mots Verts is a bit swampy. I can tell that it is green but it almost verges on damp compost because it isn’t “clean green”. I get something tart and… Continue reading | 5 Comments

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Smell Bent Fuzzy Teacup EDT Perfume Review

Smell Bent Fuzzy Teacup EDT Perfume review

Fuzzy Teacup is a fragrance in Smell Bent’s Spring 2011 Radio Dada Collection, a perfume collection inspired by surrealist art. Fuzzy Teacup is inspired by Oppenheim’s 1936 “Object”, an ordinary but PETA unfriendly cup, saucer, and spoon covered with Chinese gazelle fur. Smell Bent Fuzzy Teacup is what happens to a fragrance covered in lactones. Lactones like fur smothering ordinary objects.

Fuzzy Teacup is odd at first. It reminds me of chamomile tea and peaches but with some weird sourness. Think low-brow… Continue reading | 5 Comments

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Smell Bent Lobster Cellphone EDT Perfume Review

Smell Bent Lobster Cellphone EDT Fragrance Review

Smell Bent Lobster Cellphone is in the Radio Dada collection. A limited edition 2011 spring fragrance collection inspired by surrealism and dadaist art. Lobster Cellphone is obviously a perfume based on Dali’s Lobster Telephone and surrealist objects. Has a bit of a Schiaparelli feel, no?

Lobster Cellphone opens up as a sparkling pink grapefruit juice and the smell of its peel. It’s very refreshing. After a few minutes, I do detect a tangy green tomato leaf. I love this. It was… Continue reading | 8 Comments