Do you rotate your perfumes for the season? Do you have perfumes that you wear only in certain seasons?
My answer to #1: Absolutely. I currently live in a place with four very distinct seasons. I have found that I tend to prefer different genres of perfumes for each season. Key word – “tend”.
I look at it like I do flavors/food. There are plenty of things that I want to eat in the winter vs. the summer and vice versa (and there’s plenty of stuff… Continue reading | 4 Comments
The Lipstick League – week of 1.23.17
Question of the Week: Which fragrance have you been wearing the most this winter? (If you don’t wear fragrance, tell us about the body lotion or body wash you’ve been using the most this winter.)
EauMG’s Answer: This winter has been more boring that winters of the past. Frankly, I haven’t felt like wearing perfume. I’ve been sampling new things but at night, I’ve been keeping it classic/comfortable with perfumes like Chanel
Smell Bent has launched their limited edition perfume collection, Winterrific, just in time for the holidays. These are new takes on Smell Bent’s old holiday favorites.
Here’s my reviews for all four in this collection:
Dr. Dreidel 3000 with notes of oud, Malaysian sandalwood, guaiacwood, hiba, “designer musk”, vetiver and amber incense.
Every winter, Smell Bent makes a “dreidel” fragrance. I remember Dr. Dreidel from 2010. It was a spicy green perfume that reminded me of Drakkar Noir. This one is really different. Dr. Dreidel… Continue reading | 2 Comments
It’s December 1st and I realize that many folks have the holidays on their mind. Or semesters ending on their mind and other important stuff. But, I’m a perfume person and this snow and freezing temps has me thinking about something delightfully frivolous – perfumes for winter. Here’s my perfume suggestions for Winter 14/15 that pair well with some of my favorite winter activities.
These are scents that either remind me of snow or I think “blend” well with snow.
I was given a sample of this by a perfume pal, I knew nothing of the perfume and very little about the brand. I hadn’t read a note list or a story of inspiration. I sniffed it and thought, “Oh, he’s too old for you!” I immediately had an image of a 20 year old dating someone at least 3 decades older than them. It was a mix of “young” fragrances and the sort of fragrance that a guy wanting to pick up… Continue reading | 5 Comments