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Blogs about Perfume

15 blogs about Perfume.

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

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

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    SHISEIDO SHISEIDO SHISEIDO : : : KOTO (1967)+ SOURIRE (1977) + BLUE ROSE (1992)
    We are on an absolute Shiseido roll at the moment. As I wrote recently, the local Shiseido store, less than a minute away from our house round the corner, sadly closed down at the end …
    By ginzaintherain, 1,295 words
  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. 🇧🇪 More info

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    Mimosa Fragrance For Her and For Him
    “I will bring you cassie, if you still enjoy its perfume,” wrote French novelist Prosper Mérimée in Lettres à une inconnue (Letters to an Unknown). The Unknown, was Mademoiselle Jenny Dacquin, the daughter of a …
    By Victoria, 170 words
  4. Bonkers about Perfume
    Random Musings Of A Born-Again Perfume Anorak - An Aldehydic Blend Of Passion And Irreverence! By Vanessa. More info

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    Jeff & Co (Jeff Banks) women's perfume dupes at Home Bargains, and how I couldn't resist Temptation...
    I am a regular shopper in the discount chain Home Bargains, much as I am in B & M, which is a similar cheap and cheerful purveyor of just about anything short of a full …
    By Vanessa, 90 words
  5. ÇaFleureBon Perfume Blog
    A top 5 award-winning fragrance site featuring perfume reviews, interviews with master perfumers and articles on ingredients in perfumery. By Michelyn Camen. 🇺🇸 More info

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    LAFCO New York Limited Edition Candle Set Winner
    John Bressler, Founder of LAFCO New York, the luxury fragrance and skincare brand is the master of all things with wicks and sticks. The post LAFCO New York Limited Edition Candle Set Winner appeared first …
    By Michelyn Camen, 47 words
  6. From Pyrgos
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    Moss+ (Commodity)
    There is an easy way to know what kinds of fragrances niche brands should offer, and very few of them are in on the secret, but the art directors at Commodity most certainly are. What …
    By Bryan Ross, 71 words
  7. Glass Petal Smoke
    Gleanings from the World of the Senses. By Michelle Krell Kydd. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Myrrh Casati Perfume by Mona di Orio
    How we relate to the smell of a perfume can change over time. I purchased Myrrh Casati by Mona di Orio in 2014. There was something about it I couldn't relate to, which is why …
    By Michelle Krell Kydd, 73 words
  8. Kafkaesque
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    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
  9. 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. More info

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    Frapin L’Humaniste Extreme ~ new fragrance
    Niche line Frapin has launched L’Humaniste Extrême, a new flanker to 2009’s L’Humaniste… Read the rest of this article »
    By Robin, 26 words
  10. Perfume Posse
    Perfume Reviews. More info

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    Lowered Expectations
    Perfume PosseLowered Expectations Posse – eons ago I ran into a neighbor/friend at our local hardware store. He is a well-known professional musician, so I was stunned to find him in the hinge section, looking …
    By Musette, 51 words
  11. 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. More info

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    Dior Dolce Vita: fragrance review of a perfumery classic
    Photo by Bianca Czarnock on behance, borrowed for educational purposes Dior's Dolce Vita fetes its 30th anniversary this year, being launched in 1994, when Dior was very careful with its new launches and the firm …
    By Perfumeshrine, 69 words
  12. The Scented Hound
    Perfume blog with abbreviated perfume reviews & fragrance reviews. More info

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    Maison Rebatchi – Rougewood
    WHAT I SMELL: Rougewood opens with a juicy combination of ripened warmed berries and grapefruit and with some added peach blossom it’s beautifully decadent and rather lusty without being too heavy or carnal. Soon, a …
    By The Scented Hound, 254 words
  13. Serenity Now Scents and Sensibilities
    I am a lover of beauty, an introvert, an empath and INTJ. I have an inquiring mind, dozens of perfumes, and thousands of books. More info

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    Perfume Chat Room, March 1
    Welcome to the weekly Perfume Chat Room, perfumistas! I envision this chat room as a weekly drop-in spot online, where readers may ask questions, suggest fragrances, tell others their SOTD, comment on new releases or …
    By Old Herbaceous, 61 words
  14. takeonethingoff.com
    A quest to pare it down to the best. More info

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    A Week’s Worth of Italian Dessert Fragrances
    I was back in Rome recently for a strategic retreat and thought it might be interesting to wear an Italian dessert fragrance every day to mark the occasion. Caveat: I have incredibly narrow parameters for …
    By Claire, 219 words
  15. Undina's Looking Glass
    Perfumed Reflections of Life. By Julia. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Saturday Question: How Much Would You Pay For Your Favorite Perfume?
    Discussing perfume prices, we periodically say something like “It is nice, but not enough to pay that price” or “I wouldn’t pay that much for what it is.” This usually describes our reaction to new …
    By Undina, 67 words