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MiaTrostMiaTrost 4 years ago
I wish! :) It's a shot of Elena Kountoura, taken by Serge Lutens for Shiseido. Mine are buried in my album. ;)
MiaTrostMiaTrost 4 years ago
Your new pic is lovely! :)
Exciter76Exciter76 4 years ago
I just had to tell you I'm adoring your new picture! **HUGS!!**
DonVanVlietDonVanVliet 4 years ago
Great to have you here, welcome again and enjoy Parfumo!
AnessaAnessa 4 years ago
Regarding JLo "Still" - thank you for your kind comment! Words indeed are very powerful, intendedly or not.
AnessaAnessa 4 years ago
Hi, Thanks for your reply to my comment for the Jeanne en Provence Roseraie EDP - actually, I think that those heady, big florals do better bloom in the open heat and are more "fitting" than in the closed coldness ;-) Sometimes fragrances that are called by other people "soft, light, faint, fresh, for summer use" are rather "heavy on patchouli, benzoe and pepper/NOT fresh/too sweet for summer" for me, so I often write my own conditions in order to add another perspective for anyone blind-buying like me, basing their decision on reviews. But otherwise, I love Eau de Giorgio in summer, and it's not a shy one! :-)
AnessaAnessa 4 years ago
Hi, I've got an idea - I understand what you mean, and when I don't find the "keywords" in the classification category, I just add them as tags. Since tagged fragrances in similar categories will be grouped together, there will be "#musky" or "#musk"-tagged perfumes showing up when searched after the tag; tried now with advanced search in the tag box, found just a few, but there can be more! :-)
Bcars10Bcars10 5 years ago
This site needs to add "Musky" to its perfume classification system because "Animalic" just doesn't cut it. Animalic is too sharp and "barnyard-y" to me, but musky can be softer and less intense. I wear musks a lot, so it would be helpful to add this classification. Thank you!