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Charming on the hand
Today I went into the flea market to get my girlfriend Samsara in a red bottle.
The beehive bottles don't appeal to both of us that much.
And my faithful scent dealer dived into the boxes - and brought the gem to light.
The husband pointed me to the men's fragrances, because our male friends should also be given presents for Christmas.
I don't know God's Night yet, and the husband has a spray on the back of his hand.
He protests - because he doesn't wear scents.
But our dealer teaches him that fragrances work differently on men's skin than they do on women's skin.
Well, he'll let it happen.
God s night speaks to me immediately - more than its blue counterpart - which isn't bad either.
The start is aquatic through the mandarin - and calm through unlisted lavender.
A beautiful transparent prelude.
The fig is softly sweetish and is rounded off by soft vanilla.
Vetiver appears sweet green and the musk lightens the scent.
This night is starry, with a golden shining full moon in the sky.
A hint of poetry blows around me - although the fragrance remains masculine in a pleasant way - without appearing shirt-sleeved.
This sculpture is a perfect match for my husband - because he is not a hardliner either.
So you could smell more often - I try to encourage him.