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Users Greysolon is wearing Bowmakers. Good thing that it didn't cost the same as a Stradivarius violin... - 7 months ago

Greysolon
Registered since 24.04.2012
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75 perfumes added

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7 months ago
Scent 7.0
Baptême du Feu by Serge Lutens

Baptême du Feu„The long, lost cousin of Divine's L'Homme Sage”
Like many of the newer Serge Lutens' fragrances, Baptême du Feu seems created to have a gentler, less conspicuous personality. There's none of the oak leaves and dirt of Chene, no Fleurs d'Orange flower bombs, and certainly none of the sticky...

20 months ago
Scent 7.0
Eucalyptus by Thymes

Eucalyptus„Northern Thymes”
A few days ago I visited my favorite local book shop and was surprised to find the owners now stock the Thymes' line of candles, room scents, bath products and perfumes. I've used their candles for years but didn't have a clue the company made perfume. Not only that,...

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CrypticCryptic 17 months ago
Of all the unexpected miracles. Greetings! You've been sadly missed.
CrypticCryptic 2 years ago
That was strangely compelling and not of this world. At times the singer seemed to throw in a bit of Sprechgesang which is not something I associate with early music. Thanks for the trip across the centuries. :)
CrypticCryptic 2 years ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdxkVQy7QLM
CrypticCryptic 2 years ago
http://extras.mnginteractive.com/live/media/site36/2013/0521/20130521__2013PeepFF~p1.jpg
MiaTrostMiaTrost 2 years ago
Dear Grey! Thanks for the lovely welcome back. :) I wasn't aware of Mussorgsky's Hut on Fowl's Legs (Baba Yaga) and enjoyed listening to it very much. My research yielded a version by Andrej Hoteev, who claims to be true to the original manuscript: https://youtu.be/siU5fLuV-AA
The perfume, which is rather good, is supposed to capture Baba Yaga, representing the act of facing one's fears and, if successfully doing so, reaping the respective reward, as depicted in the russian fables - which I still love.
Hope you are well. xoxo
CrypticCryptic 2 years ago
Did you know they make penguin ice cube trays? Now you can torture your plants with a certain style. Cheers! http://www.amazon.com/Lekue-Slim-Penguin-Cube-Tray/dp/B001EV1YFY
CrypticCryptic 2 years ago
The poor plant was probably making its last will and testament whilst hoping you would lay off the ice. ;)
CrypticCryptic 2 years ago
Something for the OCD Shakespeare lover on your gift list :) http://www.tracyloveshistory.co.za/.cm4all/iproc.php/Lady%20Macbeth%20plus%20box.jpg/scalecrop_500_500/
CrypticCryptic 2 years ago
What a sad loss for poetry! I thought Giacobetti/spaghetti/merde-a-letti showed great promise. :(
CrypticCryptic 2 years ago
I hear what you're saying, but at the same time I don't think you should judge the note based on the way it behaves in Sécrétions Magnifiques, which was created for the sole purpose of causing a commotion among fumies, IMHO. There's a milk note in SL's Jeux de peau and it's actually quite lovely. :)