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Road Trip: Review - Van Cleef & Arpels California Reverie

By Tara

I usually have trouble with jasmine-heavy perfumes. Nasomatto’s Nuda is too heady for me and the same goes for Serge Lutens’ A La Nuit… 452 more words


A Spring Vanilla - Review: Tokyo Milk Dead Sexy

Heya gorgeous Olfactoria’s Travelers,

Portia with you all the way from Australian Perfume Junkies and Perfume Posse (and now writing for My Perfume Samples too). Today I wanted to talk Cheap & Cheerful. 466 more words


Travelo Classic Perfume Atomizer and Chanel No. 5 Eau Premiere - a Match Made in Heaven!

I’m a bit of a perfumista (ok, I hate that word, but it’s true).  I don’t wear some of the heavier, rich fragrances I used to wear because I get migraines these days, but this fragrance right here is amazing and always just right.   359 more words


Spring Haze - Review: Guerlain Chamade

By Tara

When you first meet someone you are violently attracted to, it can feel a lot like panic. Your fight or flight response kicks in as your senses heighten and your heart begins to race. 455 more words


Light And Shadow - Review: Jaques Zolty Van-Ile

By Sandra

Kussmund is the name of a new perfume/cosmetic shop and it is off of one of the side streets in downtown Vienna making it convenient for those taking a stroll in the city and wanting to browse for a new perfume, skin care product or home scent. 681 more words


Axis Oud, not Axis Caviar Oudh-Wood, or is it ?

I’ve got a lot of good things to say about this scent (Oud), but I do want to point out that this company has decided to use very confusing names! 961 more words

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Deserted Beaches - Review: Jo Malone Wood Sage & Sea Salt

By Tara

I’ve never had much luck with Jo Malone fragrances but last year’s Wood Sage & Sea Salt got a fair amount of positive attention, so I thought I’d give it a try. 468 more words