Originally posted by CaptainJackSparrow@Sep 28th, 2003 - 7:15 pm my absolute favorite is
Un jardin en mediterranee, by Hermes
I love that fragrance, but its preety hard to find it here, normally, I get it when I visit the states....but I stay with my Fracas
I have to add to my list,
Annick Goutal, every fragrance is absolutely chic
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Let's face it: There are a gazillion fragrances out there just as there are people with varying tastes. A bottle of Gucci Envy found its way to me and completely revolted me. To my amazement, I found someone that actually wanted it!
I like Pleasures , it was one of my favorites for a long time. I like the clean floral scent and am looking for one right now that smells of Ylang-ylang.
Right now I'm using Hesperides by Fresh. Read in a mag that Gwyneth Paltrow liked it so gave it a shot. I like it and so does everyone that I come in contact with.
I think it depends on your body's natural oil ,the perfume reacts differently to it.
I hate heavy perfumes it reminds me of old ladies, it gives me a headache.
at the moment my fav is ne I bought for my boyfriend, Guerlain's Heritage. it!! He never wears it thou. But i guess more for me It kind reminds me f the old Fendi perfume that was out in the late 80's erarly 90's when it first goes on, but then it changes.
Also love Chanel Allure, its great for summer. An earlier post mentioned the new seasons Cartier - 'Dragon's Kiss' that I want to try, anyone smelt it. I went to Cartier yet but it's not out here yet...
ooh I love
Chanel #5 I blame my aunt that's the first adult perfum I ever got
Onmy husband I like Joop, it's such a different smell, and Romance for men.
But I have so many that I don't use, my past fav was Splendor by Liz Arden.
Originally posted by Alliecat@Oct 1st, 2003 - 6:14 am An earlier post mentioned the new seasons Cartier - 'Dragon's Kiss' that I want to try, anyone smelt it. I went to Cartier yet but it's not out here yet...
Dragon Kiss: Evoking a sense of mystery with its seductive vetiver scent, Cartier's Le Baiser du Dragon ("Kiss of the Dragon") gives more of a bite than a kiss. The heady fragrance, featuring sweet almond and neroli, is not for the faint of heart; its haunting notes linger on the skin well after it is applied.