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Twitter Updates for 2011-01-13

The thrill of buying #perfume unsniffed – http://www.unseencenser.com/?p=140 #fragrance #

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Buying unsniffed

I don’t know what causes other people to want to sniff something new. I tend to want to sniff something lots of other people already report loving, which is reported to contain notes I know I like (vanilla, lily of the valley) or that I am currently exploring (violet, heliotrope).

If I strongly suspect I . . . → Read More: Buying unsniffed

2nd Cumming review at Ca Fleure Bon

I love Alan Cumming so much, and the name of this perfume is so funny, I have to link to Ca Fleure Bon’s review.

C’est tout!

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Boucheron by Boucheron

I am loving this – I bought a wee bit unsniffed as some blog commenters raved about it, and I wanted to find out what all the fuss was about. I love love love it, so then I looked up the notes. Well, it’s pretty much What I Like. Amber, sandalwood, AND vanilla in the . . . → Read More: Boucheron by Boucheron

Twitter Updates for 2011-01-03

C review. If you call C a fruity floral I shall have to toss my gloves in your face and ask you, sir, to step outside. http://bit.ly/es6Nje #

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When you’ve climbed Everest, where do you go?

I like the idea of beginning the year as I mean to go on, so I made a point today of enjoying one of my most exciting Christmas perfume acquisitions: a small travel-size bottle of Clive Christian C.

I’d never seen a travel bottle of C before I bought this on eBay; I don’t know . . . → Read More: When you’ve climbed Everest, where do you go?