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I have a bottle of Bon Monsieur. To me, it smells like my dad in the best possible way.Mandarino D'Amalfi. Even though it is gray and rainy I seem to like it.
Here is what I am waiting on from Scent Split
FRANK No. 3 - 2ml Glass Spray
FRANK No. 1 - 2ml Glass Spray
FRANK No. 2 - 2ml Glass Spray
Bohemian Lime - 2ml Glass Spray
Bon Monsieur - 2ml Glass Spray
Hacivat - 2ml Glass Spray
Chypre Mojo - 2ml Glass Spray
Completely agree. One of her worst.Quite a depressing and grey day today, so I went into my sample box for a change. Pulled out and sprayed Annick Goutal Nuit Etoilee, which I was apprehensive about because I don't like it. Man, what an awful take on mint. This is very reminiscent of a mix of cleaning products, one of which is a pine oil-based wood cleaner. Smells cheap and poorly executed, and the moment I put it on, I immediately regretted it. Can't wait for it to disappear in a couple of hours. Vile thing.
aka "layering" -- best practices are discussed variously online. it's rarely mentioned here though. i should play around w adding some of my simpler favorites together and see what happens. cdg avignon plus cdg hinoki comes to mind as a first go.Is mixing colognes a thing yet?
In other words, has anybody tried wearing two or more colognes, eau de toilettes, etc. at same time?
I would trade every grey "miserable" day of yours for my 37C sunny day in a heartbeat.Another grey and miserable day today, I almost welcome such days during the brutal summer months here.
I went for Serge Lutens Arabie, which I don't wear much for a few reasons; one, it is discontinued (irrational fear of running out), and two, I really have to be in the mood for it. I love how closely it resembles the overall character of Arabic cuisines. There's such a great use of anise and dry fruits that almost comes across as boozy in the classiest way ever (I consider boozy fragrances to be generally gross and tacky). I recall really hating what I perceived to be a curry note, but it isn't nearly as pronounced as I remember, unlike in Ambre Sultan. Sometimes, I feel like I am wasting this fragrance when I wear it, but I just cannot help it when the mood strikes.