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Blogs about Perfume

11 blogs about Perfume.

  1. All I am - a redhead
    “Join me on my journey through the worlds of perfumes and books.”

    Rising from the dead
    or how I watched Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Honestly, I didn’t think it would be a movie that would spur me to write. But that’s the beauty of life, it surprises you. Well, it’s …
    By Ines, 60 words

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  2. The Black Narcissus
    “perfume obsession and the scented skin.” By Neil Chapman. 🇺🇸

    ( vast array of harmonious and yet contrasting notes courtesy of Fragrantica) (excuse the ugly photo, it is now nighttime) Having completed the Amazone set today with a bargain rare vintage parfum, I thought I …
    By ginzaintherain, 388 words

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  3. Bois de Jasmin
    “A primer on sensory pursuits spanning perfume, literature, art, science, history, beauty, food--everything that makes life richer and more interesting.” By Victoria Belim-Frolova. 🇧🇪

    Frankfurt Book Fair and The Other Rooster House Events in Germany
    On October 18th, I will be talking about Ukraine, its complicated place and my book, The Rooster House, during the Frankfurt Book Fair 2023, the largest book fair in the world. Ukrainian Collective Stand/ Hall:4.1. …
    By Victoria, 298 words

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  4. Bonkers about Perfume NEW
    “Random Musings Of A Born-Again Perfume Anorak - An Aldehydic Blend Of Passion And Irreverence!” By Vanessa.

    Concrete, consumptives, and Coco in a convent
    The winsome Post Office!Two months have gone by since my last post! You may be forgiven for thinking I really had thrown in the blogging towel, but not so, or not yet. I was merely …
    By Vanessa, 80 words

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  5. From Pyrgos

    Creed Broke People's Brains. I love it.
    Perfume criticism is the bastard child of critical writing, although it has all the same smatterings of expository rumination and philosophical sermonizing as other, more popular forms. One of the things that struck me about …
    By Bryan Ross, 71 words

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  6. Kafkaesque

    January 2023 Update
    Happy end of wretched 2022, everyone! I’ve become too superstitious at this point to claim that 2023 will be better. But I so sincerely hope that it is for you! For me, personally, it’s actually …
    By Kafkaesque, 56 words

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  7. Now Smell This
    “A perfume blog, featuring perfume reviews and the latest on new perfume launches, online fragrance discounts, home fragrance products, perfume books and more.” By Robin K, et al.

    Lazy weekend poll ~ open thread, September / October 2023
    Saturday is the last day of September (don’t forget the swapmeet is still open!); Sunday is the first day of October (don’t forget your rabbits, and start adding up those receipts because Donatella will be …
    By Robin, 108 words

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  8. Perfume Shrine
    “A Perfume, Beauty, Style, Food Blog: fragrance reviews, interviews, comparison of classics and vintages, new launches, candles, beauty, and arts.” By Elena Vosnaki.

    Hermes Un Jardin sur le Nil: fragrance review
    My friend Chandler Burr unfolded the story of how the charming and cerebral Jean Claude Ellena was inspired for this fragrance in a New Yorker piece which catapulted a series of events for both him …
    By Perfumeshrine, 77 words

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  9. The Scented Hound
    “Perfume blog with abbreviated perfume reviews & fragrance reviews.”

    New Release: Puredistance Papilio
    WHAT I SMELL: Papilio opens with a soft and serene warmed magnolia that immediately hugs the skin. It’s enchanting, rather demure and very inviting. The soft florals blend with just a hint of the vegetal …
    By The Scented Hound, 381 words

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    “A quest to pare it down to the best.”

    Marescialla by Santa Maria Novella: Mad, bad, and dangerous to know
    Santa Maria Novella’s Marescialla is one of only three fragrances in the ‘interesting and ugly-beautiful but almost too brutal to love’ category that I keep around and wear on a regular basis – the others …
    By Claire, 227 words

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  11. Undina's Looking Glass
    “Perfumed Reflections of Life.” By Julia. 🇺🇸

    Saturday Question: What Was Your First Job, Did You Buy Scent?
    Hello Fellow Fumies, At ULG we have a Saturday Question. Everyone gets to chime in with an answer, chat with other responders and it’s a fun event each week. Taking sides never means taking offence …
    By AustralianPerfumeJunkies, 67 words

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