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GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
I thought it would be nice to get something good out of my kitchen which got on fire a month ago. Many burning thanks!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
Ysatis is a strange case to me. Although I never really liked it, I can't help but admit that it's a huge perfume and a cornerstone of the '80s. Classy, intoxicating and named after an ancient Persian city, it always tells me stories of triumphs and dramas that took place in its sands. Thanks a million!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
Since it's around for 60 years, I'm sure you have smelled Pino Silvestre, without knowing it was Pino Silvestre. I guess it has been worn by millions of people, due to being dirt cheap and exceptionally good (according to my personal taste of course). It smells exactly as you have perceived it smells, like a fresh whiff of cool air, coming from an autumnal forest. Lots of coniferous thanks!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
Although I'm not sure what kind of artwork it is, I'm very flattered that you call it artwork. Thanks a huge lot!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
You're right, it's scary. Truth be told, I don't fancy eerie girls reaching for my fragrances through mirrors. But sometimes I have to live up to the "Gothic" part in "GothicHeart". Lots of thanks again!
Miki68Miki68 5 years ago
It was a pleasure dear lady
best wishes from Italy
Mihaela
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
Yeap! This particular Givenchy is not so Gentleman (since it's a 1974-1979 beasty formulation), so I decided to play tailor and dress him up a bit. And I love-love-love Tabac too, since it was my grandfather's second signature fragrance, when he was not wearing Russisch Leder. And this very bottle that I found in a small shop has "Made in West Germany" written on it! Thanks a million anew!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
Salvador Dali pour Homme is one of my most loved fragrances ever, thus I'm very glad that you think my picture depicting it is one of my best. Thank you very-very much!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
Japan has so many things to offer for creating an interesting ambience. Kenzo pour Homme is certainly one of them (although it's made in France it has a Japanese soul), and I think it's actually sharper than the katana in the picture. Dōmo arigatō!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
"Formidable vintage"! I liked that a lot! And I wish you lots of luck in your treasure hunting. Thanks a million!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
I guess that while Mother's Day was not my immediate initiative, maybe that was exactly what I had subconsciously in the back of my mind. Cause although Histoire d'Amour was created in 1984, it's the very same kind of fragrance I imagine our beautiful and bold mothers wearing. No matter when they were born. Cause mothers are always beyond young and old. They're just mothers. Lots of thanks!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
Thank you from the bottom of my heart Ginger...
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
I usually prefer savouring art in the lively scenery of a street, instead of the austere surroundings of a museum. That's why I find, let's say a statue, way more interesting in its initial place, than being exhibited in a sterilised enviroment. Fortunately, in Greece there are thousands of great art examples that were not moved even one inch since they were created. Many-many thanks!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
Yes I did, thanks to Easter coming. Next laundry on Christmas...A million bunny thanks!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
And having a big sister like Cabochard is always of some help too. Maybe Cabotine's kin is the reason that the shameless imposter is not around anymore. Thanks loads!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
I had a hard time trying to convince Tia Dalma that it should be Magie Noire she should be holding, cause it fitted the most with her shady character. But being a stubborn shrew, she went with Habanita cause she likes Caribbean waters above anything else. So Magie Noire found a place amongst its kin of mysterious and possibly dangerous potions. Thanks a million!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
This is why the tiny silver bottles are there, so that Greta and Marlene will decant Shalimar into them, and thus it will stop them from fighting. Many legendary thanks!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
Poor Helen of Troy tried to go unnoticed, but her legs gave her away...As for Poême, it's impossible to hide, since in my humble opinion it's a feast for the nose too. Thanks a million!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
You are absolutely right (as usual)! It's Gothic (He)Art, beating for the beauty that Anaïs Anaïs is (or was). Or at least that's what I tried to depict...And Aurélie is truly an Art Nouveau perfume in a Jugendstil flacon. Thank you very-very much!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
I wish 1-12 was the only case of badly reformulated/destroyed/watered down/whatever fragrance, but unfortunately disappointments are coming in waves, one after another. Lots of thanks!
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