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Perfumes Selection Tips For Women / Your skin but warm and better
« Last post by Anna on Today at 09:30:36 am »
Hello and happy to be with you here  :)

I'd like to hear your opinions and suggestions about a perfume that smells very womanly, warm, sweet, perhaps an all-year-round, lasts long, gladly beachy & last but not least, is unique!!!

Note: It seems like I'm allergic to heavy jasmine as in Alien by Mugler and Elie Saab Le parfum. And huge doses of orange blossom. 

I was thinking about these:

Estée Lauder Sensuous Nude
Guerlain Terracotta Le Parfum (could this be an all-year-round or is it too summery?)
Christian Dior Dune

perhaps  Jean Paul Gaultier Classique Eau de Parfum ?

I don't likeTom Ford Eau de Soleil Blanc

Thank you in advance and I hope you're having a wonderful monday
I have to make a confession in order to proceed with this Just For Fun™ topic:

I love Disney's classic 2D full length animation films.
I also think that with 3D graphics they just died, but that's another story.

Anyway, those classic 2D animation films featured the great(est?) male villains of all times of animation. We already had threads about characters of feature films and series, be that classics like Star Trek The Original Series or some modern favs like The Walking Dead here, so why not those bad guys?

Really, what would those bad but charismatic boys wear?

Dr. Facilier,
the closest to the real world one (nobody says he's really close!)


the bass voice of bass voices of villains ever,
and with all that he didn't even get his own fully-featured song!


And last but definitely not least,
Scar... Whoops, nope! He can't wear a perfume, he's a lion!

and not a villain per se!, but look at his sadistic attitude... Not a villain? Seriously?
Louie the Chef

No fragrance ever will bring you this: "attract & impress my Girlfriend/Fiancée to me the most & make her believe that I am -The Only One Man- who smells like every girl's Dream-MAN." lol But many many women at least in the areas I've lived, loved a clean smelling man with a light, fresh(er) citrusy/fruity scent. So try one of the best ones available:

Amouage Lyric Man
Amouage Reflection Man
Tom Ford Neroli Portofino   
Chanel Allure Edition Blanche
Creed Green Irish Tweed
Creed Imperial Millesime
Welcome @rodrigo  :)

Give her plenty of attention, be lovely to her, never lie. Listen carefully to her, give her your smiles and wear something warm with lots of natural sandalwood in it ;-)

i appreciate it.  :)

Fragrance Ingredients & Aromatherapy / Home Perfume making...
« Last post by Cathy on Today at 09:02:00 am »
I have startet to play with the thought of making my own perfume with natural essensial oils.

I have decided it at least has to be vanilla or tonka bean (but I think tonka bean essensial oil i very exepencive)in it.

If you could choose about five notes to make your own personal perfume, what would it be?
I'm not familiar with any oils, but you might want to try Dame Perfumery Soliflore Honeysuckle.

I would personally recommend Sarah Horowitz Parfums What Comes From Within: Light which to me smells like honeysuckle and jasmine growing together in the same jumbled mess of vines. It is light and airy and beautiful. I think you can also order a sample through Sarah's website.
General Discussion / Re: Zoha Aroma - New clone oil house!
« Last post by Paolo on Today at 08:55:06 am »
I will check em out even though I'm not an oil fan.  ;D

They might have a promo code too.  I thought I saw something on their facebook a few days ago.  I am going to start making them into EDP sprayers.  I just need to get some perfumer's alcohol and measuring device.

General Discussion / Re: Zoha Aroma - New clone oil house!
« Last post by jimmy carter on Today at 08:54:17 am »
I will check em out even though I'm not an oil fan.  ;D

Pacifica Hawaiian Ruby Guava (this kind of have a bath product vibe to it, but it's kind of fun to wear)

Kuumba Made Frankincense & Myrrh

Nemat International Jasmine

saw these three brands at whole foods and they are quite affordable

i would also look up on etsy for essential oil based body sprays. i bought cleopatra by thetexasgypsy on etsy. good thing is that these etsy items are often quite affordable, the downside is that  you can't try them before you buy
General Discussion / Re: Useless bottles...
« Last post by Aminovich on Today at 08:46:58 am »
No, don’t throw them away! You’ll be surprised at what can be done with these bottles, just check out the blogpost below  ;D


Nice article  ;D I loved the idea of making the bottle as an accessory

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May 20, 2018, 11:25:08 pm Cathy says: thank you all  :P :P

May 20, 2018, 09:45:14 pm Jessica hofman says: welcome Cathy  :-*

May 20, 2018, 09:21:39 pm Paolo says: welcome Cathy  :)

May 20, 2018, 09:02:20 pm Cathy says: hi all iam Cathy, just signed up.. happy to be with you here  :)

May 18, 2018, 07:49:48 pm Aminovich says: :) warmly welcome Patricia

May 18, 2018, 07:31:37 pm Paolo says: :P welcome @patricia

May 18, 2018, 06:30:19 pm patricia says: hey all !! happy to be with you here  :) :) :)

May 16, 2018, 07:36:12 pm Paolo says: thank you Marouane, few members here, but really helpful, i hope we'll be a huge community here  ;D

May 14, 2018, 06:56:04 am Marouane RHAFLI says: Welcome Paolo  8) 8) 8)

May 13, 2018, 05:01:28 am Paolo says: Hi everybody, I am new member here :)

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