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No. 72084

What are your favorite perfumes/body mists?

My go-to is Coco Mademoiselle. I've also harbored a longtime attachment to Love's Baby Soft as it was my first fragrance I was bought as a child. My mom got me Wind Song when I was little and I couldn't stand the smell. I've wanted to experiment with making my own perfume. The scent that I hate the most is freesia and I can't believe how much its used in fragrances.

Has anyone tried the Sailor Moon perfumes? Much of their anniversary merch seems to be all hype.

No. 72092

Man my taste in scents is super weird. I love CDG's Avignon, Chypre Mousse, Masque Milano's Russian Tea, Penhaligon's English Fern and Lily of the Valley, lots of woodsy/grassy/chypre scents that aren't necessarily everyone's cup of tea. They're usually expensive as fuck to boot, I'd love to find a cheap scent that isn't too widespread or sugary sweet/babby's first perfume, but everything that's mainstream right now is kind of samey to my nose and too saccharine or cloying.

I must be broken or something, my bf loves typical girly scents and I smell of either eau de Mother Superior or mosquito repellent, there's no third option.

No. 72094

>>72092
You're not alone in that regard. Mature scents can be really nice.

On topic: My boyfriend got this for me along with their red rose scent.

https://www.amazon.com/Soft-Perfume-Al-Rehab-Crown-Perfumes/dp/B005TT8RPM/ref=sr_1_2_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1514413407&sr=8-2&keywords=soft+perfume

I really like it. It smells like kind of a sweet, lemon pound cake. The rose one is certainly very rosy and the staying power is fantastic.

No. 72112

don't shame me for being a pleb but britney spears midnight fantasy is so nice! it smells mostly like vannila and a little fruity with some warmth to me. also cheap so win win

No. 72113

>>72112
No shame, anon. If it smells good then it smells good.

No. 72116

My go-tos are Commodity Book and Diptyque Philosykos.

I've been really digging some of the Hermes scents and I really want to pick up a bottle when my budget allows.

No. 72149

I have so many perfumes that I wanna buy full-size so I can have them forever smelling amazing and looking all pretty on my shelves and stuff but I’m kind of worried about expiration. Some say perfumes only live for like 5 years while others say they live forever. I wanna get the Viva La Juicy and Victoria Secret perfumes but I’m so scared it will be a waste of money and they expire before I have the chance to even get through a quarter of the bottle. :(

What do you anons think?

No. 72153

>>72149

Perfumes can last indefinitely depending on quality and storage. Keeping them in a cool dark place will help them last, I have a cheap bottle of almost 20 year old Baby Soft that's still good because I've kept it in a dresser drawer, but a bottle of tokyomilk perfume went bad quickly when it was exposed to the sun on a shelf.
As for a favorite perfume, I can't get enough of Chanel no 5.

No. 72165

i'm a whore for juicy couture

No. 72205

>>72165
Me too haha. I love the packaging mostly. I just recently got Sucre, and it smells like the original but with a slightly sweeter tone to it.

Also I mostly just like the overly sweet body sprays from Victoria's Secret or Bath & Body works, and I mix it in with Juicy Couture. My favorite VS scent is Pure Seduction. It smells exactly like VS Love Spell but sweeter.

No. 72207

Are Liz Lisa perfumes any good?

No. 72213

I really love Christian Dior. Hypnotic poison and poison girl specifically. I like sweeter fruity smells usually but the CD perfumes tend to have really deep scents to them.

No. 72217

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Has anyone tried the Gourmand scents from Urban Outfitters? I'm always drawn to them when I shop online because the packaging is so cute and I love perfumes that smell like baked goods basically. Plus the packaging is very minimalist and attractive to me.

I guess I should just go into a UO one day and smell them but I would love to just buy one online because I'm lazy.

No. 72220

>>72217
I have Oud Sahara from this line and it smells amazing. It's a very rich, strong incense-like scent that doesn't smell like unwashed hippie. Unfortunately, they are never consistent about keeping it in stock. Sometimes they'll sell a mini version in a gift set but I haven't seen a full bottle for sale in a few years.

No. 72243

>>72213
I got Poison Girl for Christmas. Initially I thought it was a very strong scent but it turned out to be elegant but sweet. I'm a baby when it comes to scent and always prefered sweeter-sugary-vanilla shit.

No. 72250

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This perfume.
>> sweet, but not babbes first pefrume sweet
>> light, so people dont get a headache being close to me
>> i think the packaging is kitchy cute
>> literally getting stopped by people asking me what and where this is/got it

Just try it, its my sig now

No. 72251

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Mom got me a big bottle for Christmas.

No. 72259

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I love this cheap stuff. The scent is pretty simple and flowery (complicated perfumes give me headaches). It's mostly roses and some green notes.

No. 72275

>>72220
Cool! Thanks anon. Do you find that it lasts pretty long on the skin?

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No. 72290

>>72250
Olympea is my shit. The first time I smelled it I was hooked. I'm not big on perfumes because they usually give me a headache, but this one was pretty subtle and yet effective as well as sweet without being too classless.

No. 72300

>>72290
I totally understand and agree!
Its also super unique, and i'll never let it go <3

No. 72303

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My favourite perfume is Pivoine Flora by L'Occitane, such a beautiful scent.

No. 72307

I just want a good gourmand that makes me smell like pastries or a cinnamon roll. They always end too spicy smelling after a while though. I'm not sure why the afternotes come out like that for me.

No. 72308

>>72307
This company does so many perfumes, many very obscure and weird ones. I did have their Vanilla Icecream one - they have other dessert ones too.
http://www.thelibraryoffragrance.eu/

No. 72310

>>72308
>.eu
this makes my little eurofag heart happy, usually niche perfumeries are based in North America and charge an arm and a leg for p&p

No. 72322

>>72303
Oh god, I love L'Occitane's rose perfume! I wish their lemon soap had a perfume of its own.

No. 72362

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I want to try a few of scents from Demeter Fragrance, but every time I scroll through the site I get overwhelmed by the choices.

For the most part I have a good scent memory and I know what I like, but they have so many scents that sound so similar.

No. 72365

>>72362

The pressure to decide is on! 25% off your first order and free ground shipping through January 2nd!

No. 72376

>>72275
It lasts a respectable amount of time. Maybe 5 hours? I get a lot of compliments on the scent.

No. 72390

Eau Des Mersailles by Hermès is my favorite but I only buy the samplers, I don’t wear perfume enough to justify a regular sized bottle.

No. 72391

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>>72390
*Mervailles
It also has really great packaging and a cute bottle, I think that’s how it caught my attention.

No. 72489

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What do you think about Les contes 13e Fée?
http://lescontes.fr/product.php?id_product=11

And the pheromones there, are they working?

No. 72601

I loooove Stella McCartney perfume the most, it's kind of rose and violet. Bvlgari green tea is delicious scented and I wish I owned it. Also love old school Paris by YSL although that one's as much about memories. Oh and my favourite Chanel one is Allure.

No. 72774

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I've been debating to buy Chloe EDP or not.

I like it a lot and lasts for days on me but i've read online people think it makes you smell like an old lady (i personally don't think so, but at the same time i don't want to smell like an old lady to other people just because i (maybe) don't realize it lol)

Opinions on it?

No. 72775

>>72774
I got it for xmas and I have to agree that it does make you smell like an old woman.
But if you like it go for it, it's not the worst thing

No. 72780

My mother has worn escape by Calvin Klein for years and I used to hate it, but now I find myself enjoying it. I typically prefer floral scents and the only sweet scent I've liked is velvet sugar.

No. 72789

>>72774
my mom wears it, i wouldn't say it smells like an old lady but it's def not one of those fruity light weight scents

i think its nice but it's best you sample it at a counter

No. 72797

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I adore most of Lush's perfumes however this one is fresh and slightly ?minty?
I love it and use it very often.

No. 72858

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My winter fragrance of late has been Tocca Cleopatra. I never really wore it until the cooler months because i've been wearing Marc Jacobs Honey for so long but I wanted something more season appropriate. It's very light but smells more refined and sultry and I think it has changed my taste in perfumes because now i'm looking for a nice floral for spring/summer that isn't quite so…basic…like the Marc Jacobs perfumes. I always gravitated towards Marc Jacobs fragrances because they're very light but I find them really underwhelming in terms of longevity and uniqueness. I hear really good things about flowerbomb hair mist so I might try that one or a different Tocca fragrance.

No. 72859

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I recently got Hypnotic Poison By Dior (2009 version) of it for Christmas. I really liked it, but the 1998 version is my all time favorite. My mom used to wear the 1998 version when I was younger and I loved it sooo much. I don't really know where I can find it though since it's so old.

No. 72860

>>72859
I wish they would re-release the green and blue ones.

No. 73080

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No. 73123

>>72362
Anon, if you love weird or rarely found in mainstream scents, this is your holy grail. I'm a woody/leather/earthy gal, there was never a lot of choice for me in lady perfumes and men's are often too harsh on my nose, so I went for this. Overall I'm really impressed with them, got myself Paperback and Espresso for a try, couldn't be happier. They last all day on me, but I've heard it depends on the scent and your skin. I was overwhelmed at their store as well, I was literally smelling everything for an hour, lol
If you can't try them on irl, then I'd suggest you pick a combination that's kinda safe and basic and see if you even like the mono-scents. Also they have this online quizz stuff where they pick two scents for you based on your preferences and personality, idk how good it is, but it'll cost a bit more. May be a fair starting point for you, if you're completely lost.
Also the similar scents you're confused about vary either in sweetness or fullness, likeee their Earthworm is just a wetter version of Dirt, Espresso is a tad sweeter version of Black coffee and so on, their pine scents come in range from the "manlier" ones to the sweet ones. They ofthen state such stuff in the descriptions and it matches reality quite well. Imo if you're sure you like the scent and can stand occasional sweetness, you won't be dissapointed with its different version.

No. 73167

What's something good and safe that's universally flattering? My boyfriend won't help me pick out a scent and I'd like something attractive.

No. 73188

>>73167
You could always just get some some rose water spray?

No. 73327

>>73167
Sí by Armani. Sweet & stays on the skin for hours

No. 73329

>>73327
Seconding this but also coco mademoiselle by chanel. There have been times where I've showered and I still smell like it a day or two later.

No. 73384

>>73327
>>73329
These are both polarising scents. Not universally flattering or safe. More along the safe route are flower bomb or poison girl or light blue or viva la juicy.

No. 73386

>>73384
There isn't really a universally flattering scent though because perfumes and scented body butters smell different on everybody according to their ph and diet. Its sort of stupid to ask people online instead of just testing some perfumes out yourself.

No. 73390

>>73386
Well it's hard to know where to start if you're a complete newbie. And you can't really trust SAs either.

No. 73392

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>>73167
Femme by Hugo Boss. It's a bit boring but very pleasant to smell and I have never met anyone who disliked it.

No. 73400

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I always alternate between Ange ou Démon (le secret) by Givenchy and Miss Dior but recently I've visited a Jo Malone store and boy oh boy. I fell in love with Myrrh Tonka, it reminds me of Tom Ford's Tobacco Vanille but sweeter (and cheaper). I also love that it's a bit on the unisex side and doesn't have a fuckton of different scents.

No. 73424

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Roberto Cavalli Paradiso! (jasmine, citruses)

It's heavy, strong and stays long on clothes (I love wrapping myself in my scarf and smelling this delicate scent from fucking weaks ago), exactly how I like it, lol. My friend who uses those watery stawberry perfumes and stuff hates it, people on sites label it as "for going out", but I love to wear it daily. It's expensive (for me) so I usually use very little. The most satisfying thing is when someone sits near me and is like "something smells really nice, can you smell it too?" like yay, thanks.

No. 74473


No. 74482

>>72153
Older perfumes from back in the day 'keep' better than newer, I've found. Even with careful storage, I've had things like Lolita Lempicka turn, or go off, and I still have a bottle of Chanel no. 19 from 1975 that belonged to my grandmother. I fucking love 19.

No. 74483

>>73424
Good sillage is important!

>>73123
Thunderstorm is basically Dirt with Petrichor. I'm a ho for Demeter.

No. 76631

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so i'm looking for a new signature scent and i need some advice.

i really like chypre scents but also fresh scents - generally abhor powdery or seriously floral scents.
that said though, at the moment i'm loving chloe nomade and valentino donna - got some samples and i'm hooked.

i also like si and si passione but the dry down is a bit too rosy and powdery for me on passione. si might be a tad too sweet.

help me decide farmers! can you recommend anything? bonus points if it doesn't break the bank cos i'm poor, just trying to make myself over on a budget.

No. 76648

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>>76631
Have you smelled Glossier You? I've never smelled the scents you listed here so I'm not sure if it's similar to any, but You is extremely fresh/clean smelling without smelling like laundry detergent. It's not floral/powdery at all.

It's very subtle and almost just smells like fresh out of the shower skin. Not sure if this sounds appealing to you but I recommend it to everyone at this point because I'm OBSESSED. It runs for $60, which I think is relatively affordable for a perfume.

No. 76699

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I never have ever owned perfume that I bought with my own money and bought this after sampling it for so long. Does any one else like this perfume ? Even heard of it?
I regret not getting the little ball roller instead of the big container that cost me 100 because there is a slight difference between the two.

No. 80819

I'm obsessed with indie oil based perfumes and I'm going to make an order soon. Right now the brands I've been looking at are BPAL, Possets, Alkemia, and Poesie. Any other recommendations?

No. 80822

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Daisy was my go-to every day for the past 2 or 3 years — I got a giant bottle of it complete with matching lotion and shower gel for Christmas all those years ago. To this day it's the only perfume to not give me a headache, and I'd get compliments on it constantly. My bf would bury his face in my neck and say I smelled "intoxicating" whenever I wore it — which wasn't often, because I was already running way low on it when he and I met.

I asked for a new bottle for my birthday this year and I'm really hoping I get it.

No. 80911

>>80822
This is mine too anon! I love it so much.

No. 80919

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>>80819
You're the only real nigga itt. I would not want to be around these other anons, alcohol based perfume sold to consumers smells like literal chemicals and bothers tf out of my nose and skin.
>Alkemia
You're a true one. Highly recommended, she's the only essential oil shop I purchase from now because her creations are that good and live up to the hype. I wish she made more ultime concentrations. My absolute favourite scent from her is Kintsukuroi, please get it asap.

No. 80962

>>80919
Got any recommended scents by her? What is the staying power like?

No. 80964

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La vie est belle

No. 80965

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Si

No. 80966

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I think this one is called Elle. It's good but very strong. I like to put some on my clothes the day before I wear them so the smell is milder

No. 80967

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Such a signature scent

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No. 82000

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So I love how I spend money on expensive perfumes only for this cheap ass body spray to get the most compliments from anything I've ever worn before.

What the actual fuck?

No. 82030

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I lucked out and ended up with a free bottle of this and it's become my new favorite

No. 82031

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Cacharel Loulou.
It smells so strong and disgusting when you first spray it, really fit the idea you might have of a 80s perfume, overpowering and not well balanced.
But once it settles down, the powderiness almost completely disappear and let place to a more rounded and creamy baby powder smell, very comfy and seductive. It's inspired by Louise Brooks so it has a sweet naughtiness kinda vibes.

No. 82048

>>82030
chance by chanel is what got me started on my perfume obsession

No. 82095

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This was my first perfume and I can never find one I like better. Whenever I buy a new one I always end up getting tired of it in a few days and think I should have bought more gucci rush.

No. 82098

>>82030
I wore this when I was 17 and got hella compliments on it. Some old lady at my workplace wears this and it smells way too syrup-y and not very good. I don't know how anyone could think it smells okay looking back on it and I can always smell her before I see her either because she's putting too much on or because the scent is so strong. Essential oils just smell 10 times better than any perfume and it isn't death bomb for anyone walking near you.

No. 82120

>>82098
>Essential oils just smell 10 times better than any perfume and it isn't death bomb for anyone walking near you.
Some people enjoy wearing something more refined. And essential oils are associated with dirty patchouli smelling hippies were I live.

No. 82122

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>>82098
>>80919
>>82120

On this note, let me get out my soap box.

I like smelling like coconut body oil, pineapple leave in conditioner, and peach body mist. I know I sound like a preteen in 2006 or a pina colada. Idgaf what others think, it smells delicious to me. It’s weird how people get so offended/concerned/confused when you don’t use or like regular perfume as a grown woman. Then there’s people who get offended when others use it! And those who belittle anyone who doesn’t use essential oils or those who say essential oils are for smelly hippies.

As long as someone doesn’t smell nasty or overpowering, who cares? It’s such a personal thing, everyone’s going to have different tastes: that’s why the market is so saturated. I don’t personally like floral smells but I’m not going to insult people who do. Different strokes. Wear whatever smell makes you happy and you feel represents you. Obviously some smells are off putting, like stale cigarettes or body odor. Encouraging good hygiene and stopping people from bathin in a smell, sure, worthy cause. We all have Axe middle school flashbacks. But being elitist about brand or type is just a lil silly to me.

Ok soap box put away.

No. 82137

>>82120
The least refined thing is alcohol based perfume but keep thinking you smell good. You realize there's more scents than nag champa, right? That's like saying when someone burns a beach scented candle, all candles must smell like that and I know you're not that retarded. Essential oils smell exactly like perfume without the chemicals.

No. 82138

I'm just using this thread to complain about my bosses wifes purfume. It's really musky and old lady-ish and her smell coveres the entire office, i can feel it burning my eyes when she's next to me.
Middle aged women love musky perfumes so much but i've never liked them at all.

No. 82139

>>80962
Of course, anon. My favourites are Koi no Yokan, Aeria, Love is Nearer Death, Ghost Fire, Midnight Garden, Haiku, and Among the Pines (if you like natural, earthy scents). Madam X was also a pretty scent but it dried down a bit powdery on me so I no longer use it but you can try it on yourself or ask for a sample with your purchase. Be careful if you buy the ultime concentrations to not put too much on, or people WILL be able to smell you from feet away and it really does last all day. The longevity is incredible.

You should look through her shop and see what appeals to you though since she has such a great variety.

No. 82140

>>82137
>Essential oils smell exactly like perfume
Eh, no… Good luck trying to get something like Shalimar or L'heure bleue out of your oils.

>Without the chemicals.

Do you even know what chemicals are?

No. 82141

>>82140
I literally don't care and neither does anyone else about your favourite scent you got at Macy's. I'm not gonna argue with you.

No. 82142

>>82141
At least do yourself a favor and stop acting like your smelly oils are chemicals free, it makes you sound retarded.

No. 82143

>>82140
>>82142
uhhh…..nta but how are you going to deny fragrance chemicals in perfume? essential oils are called something different for a reason. nothings more retarded than getting buttmad about one anon thinking u dont smell good

No. 82144

>>82142
>derailing the thread over Shalimar or L'heure
Enjoy your piss yellow old lady scent.

No. 82145

>>82143
The absolute state of this place…
I'm not denying chemicals in perfume, because nothing is chemical free you tards. You can enjoy your oils but don't act holier than thou about it on lolcow of all places?

No. 82146

PSA for all you purfume lovers
Try not to put purfume directly on your skin all the time. Perfume is mostly alcohol and it can age and dry your skin up quicker. Try putting it on your wrists or clothes over putting it on your neck to avoid early aging.
(not saying you should never do it, but limit it)

No. 82147

>>82143
nta but this thread is for fucking perfume. whenever anyone says anything about """chemicals""" that's when you know they're retarded.

No. 82148

>>82146
where the hell do you think people put it on their vags? get out of the thread we really don't care. i think crystal.cafe is more your speed.

No. 82149

>>82148
????
I have nothing to do with the above derailing. I'm just sharing a tip.. You need some anger management

No. 82150

>>82146
>>82144
>>82143
>>82142
>>82140
>>82137
>In general, pure essential oils can be subdivided into two distinct groups of chemical constituents; the hydrocarbons which are made up almost exclusively of terpenes (monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, and diterpenes), and the oxygenated compounds which are mainly esters, aldehydes, ketones, alcohols, phenols, and oxides.

No. 82151

>>82149
no1curr.

No. 82152

>>82150
>The potential danger of an essential oil is sometimes relative to its level or grade of purity, and sometimes related to the toxicity of specific chemical components of the oil. Many essential oils are designed exclusively for their aroma-therapeutic quality; these essential oils generally should not be applied directly to the skin in their undiluted or "neat" form. Some can cause severe irritation, provoke an allergic reaction and, over time, prove hepatotoxic.

okay essential oil anon, you were saying?

No. 82193

Stop fighting. Do not continue the fight after this post or bans will be given out.

No. 82246

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>>82122
I love niche fragrance but I've gotten way more compliment wearing some cheapass vanilla or coconut EDT than my expensive Serge Lutens or some old fragrance my grandma gave me. People like you to smell super basic and sweet (when they don't just prefer the smell of clean bare skin), complicated niche fragrances or "refined" fragrances can actually be quite repulsive to a regular person.

No. 82248

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>>82246
I love my body shop vanilla perfume. Sweet smells are my kryptonite honestly, I don't even care what other people think because I enjoy smelling it on myself. I almost always prefer cheap perfume because I can get tacky food based scents like cotton candy or apple or 'marshmallow' (it's just musk).

Pic related is my fucking fave.

No. 82321

>>82248
I get what you're saying but I think we should care about what we smell like, mainly out of politeness. I have a jasmine fragrance that I adore, sadly it's a note that can be very reminiscent of cat pee to many people so I won't wear my jasmine if I know I have to spend the day very close to other people, I also won't wear my angel muse powerbomb if I have to be in a closed space with other people either. I don't want to be known as "that girl who wear too much fragrances".

No. 82322

>>82321
Well, you're right but I don't use much so I don't actually think anyone can smell me unless they get right up in my space (which barely ever happens), and I don't think it smells harsh or offensive to begin with either. I was more imagining that people might think it childish or unrefined or something for an adult to wear scents like that.

I had no idea jasmine smells like cat pee to people, is that just exclusive to perfumes? I have jasmine in my yard and it smells beautiful.

No. 82326

>>82322
Jasmine and white flowers in general have a poopy or cat pee smell it's due to the indole molecule naturally present in those flowers, the thing is it's also present in… Human intestines.
I personally love white florals but you can see people complaining about the pungent smell quite a lot in fragrances forums so it made me a little insecure lmao.

No. 82333

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My current fav from Lush, currently trumps Dirty being my everyday scent. Description on the packaging is accurate. It's very long lasting and one spray is enough or it'll knock yourself and everyone in proximity to you out. Shit packaging and looks like Windex but does the job. I'm also sad they've changed the packaging to their Gorilla Perfumes, they used to have really nice illustrations on them and colourful. Now they have plain ass stickers.

No. 82334

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Body shops neroli jasmin used to be an all time fav also. Very long lasting which is surprising for a body mist, I was so pissed when they discontinued it.

No. 82470

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I've gotten into indie brands in recent years because you get such interesting scents that way. My boyfriend and I got oils from a local shop Thorn and Moon, find them on etsy. I am currently in love with their Eden smell. I don't see it on their shop listing anymore, which is a shame. It's dark florals and red apple, the apple being the sort of after-smell that really settles in. This 'Alkemia' site recommended earlier in the thread has everything I like, so I'm definitely going to be getting some of their stuff. Finding a good rose perfume is a multi-year endeavor for me.

No. 83057

Beginner tips?

I've never been girly or very feminine but I always secretly wanted to be. So I'm trying to ease into that sort of thing. A scent seems like a nice subtle way to do so.
But I know nothing about this. And to be honest, I think my senses of taste and smell are a bit off (thanks bulimia), so I don't have much confidence in my ability to choose one on my own.

How do I into perfume?

No. 83061

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>>80822
I love this one too. It's kind of basic bitch but the perfume is amazing so it's okay.
Chance Eau Tendre by Chanel smells almost exactly like it IMO.

I really love fresh and floral scents with a select few sweet fragrances. A few months ago I discovered Maison Margiela's Tea Escape and I love it so much. I love tea and it smells like some of my favorites- jasmine and a slightly sweet green tea. That shit is $126 a bottle though, and I already have several other scents I need to get through. Last week I was on vacation and found an almost perfect dupe Panier des Sens Jasmin Precieux. I got a small vial for like $7 and the full bottle is only $40.

No. 83067

>>82470
Their Eden scent was literally 4 rows down.
https://etsy.me/2IUMj3W

No. 83094

>>83057

Go to the store and smell stuff. If you smell the following, you'll get a good sample of the different genres that are available:

Dolce & Gabanna Light Blue - fresh citrusy summery.
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle - sophisticated yet flirty floral. Autumnal.
Dior Poison Girl - sweet candy like.
Dior Blooming Bouquet - ethereal floral. Soft and pretty. Spring.
YSL Mon Paris - sparkling fruit punch.
YSL Black Opium - sweet dark and sexy. Wintery.

These are all expensive but you can use them as references.

No. 83107

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This is dirt cheap (7 euros/ 30ml) and smells amazing , perfect summer scent.

No. 83165

as a complete newbie to perfume and one who also can't afford to spend $80+ on a bottle, what are some nice, relatively cheap perfumes in your opinions? i like floral scents (but ones that aren't super overpowering) and stuff like green tea etc. i just don't even know where to start. pls help

No. 83168

>>83165
idk about cheap stuff, but i buy a lot of perfume on HSN on flexpay, so that's an option if you're in the US. $20 a month for 4-5 months isn't bad for something you love!

No. 83174

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Rose Essentielle by Bvlgari is my go-to! It's very feminine without being saccharine, and I constantly get complimented by both girls and guys. Really long lasting too.

No. 83176

>>83168
Nta but this is so smart. I never would've thought of that! Thanks for the tip

No. 83179

>>83165
Elizabeth Arden Green Tea is really nice and comes in many different "flavours", but some people see it as an "old lady" perfume because it's been around for a while.

I disagree, but I also love Anais Anais which is also said to be too "grandma" so take this with a grain of salt… Go try it out and see if you like it, it's super cheap.

No. 83200

>>72084
Has anyone ever been able to find a natural perfume that smells like Daisy Eau So Fresh by Marc Jacobs? It was my favorite perfume for the longest time but it's honestly too expensive for me to buy another bottle. Sephora says its scent notes are "fruity florals" and its key notes are "red raspberry, wild rose, and warm plum."

Here's its Fragrantica page:
https://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/Marc-Jacobs/Daisy-Eau-So-Fresh-10858.html

No. 83219

>>83200
Have you tried "Chance eau tendre" and "Omnia Coral Bvlgari"? It's in the "this perfume remind me of…" category for Daisy eau so fresh.
You can also search fragrances by notes on fragrantica an try to find something close enough.

No. 83358

Back in the day I loved fcuk Polished and now it's discontinued

I want a perfume that smells very similar but can never find one

No. 83556

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I know this is the most basic bitch perfume ever but hypnotic poison is a favorite of mine, it smells cute and sexy. Wouldn't surprise me if it was the baby prostitute fragrance from mean girl.
I'm a sucker for vanilla, coconut and sandalwood so it's pretty much the perfect fragrance for me.

No. 83576

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Any other weebs own this back in the day?

No. 83579

Indie perfume is now my big obsession. I've gotten an order from BPAL and Poesie, and I have some Possets/NAVA samples coming in.

Today I'm wearing Poesie Tiny Phantom. It's suppose to be rose and marshmallow. I often feel meh about rose but I like how the marshmallow balances it out.

No. 83612

>>83576
How is it?

No. 84161

It seems this one no longer exists but I absolutely love the Yves Richer our desir lilacs perfume. I'm going to be so devastated when I am finally out
I also love the Elizabeth Arden red door perfume. My mom had it when I was growing up and I've always loved it

No. 84215

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This stuff smells soooooo good. I’m sad that it was discontinued, but luckily I got 5 bottles last year for Christmas so I should be set for a while.

No. 84231

Has anyone tried any of Vivienne Westwood's fragrances before? I'm looking at either buying Boudoir or Naughty Alice.

No. 84239

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Thoughts on Alien or any other Mugler scents?

No. 84240

Kinda off topic but what is the best perfume scent you ever smelled, where and who was wearing it, anons?

Mine was a guy I met in a pub, his scent was divine

No. 84255

>>84239
I smelled mulger alien and angel the other day at macys. Now they're both obviously powerful scents. Angel I didn't get a good drydown on but I couldn't really stand it. Maybe i'll sniff it again sometime. Alien smelled weird but in a good way? It lasted all day when I got home but it's powerful stuff and apparently there's only 3 notes in it. My sister thought it smelled like sunscreen, I sorta liked it but I don't think i'd like it on myself for everyday wear. It's very strong.

No. 84272

>>84239
Alien has been my favourite scent for as long as I can remember. it's great. Womanity is also amazing and always gets tons of compliments. I love Thierry Mugler.

No. 84279

>>84239
The girls in my grade used this and Dior Hypnotic poison constantly. I can't say it's a bad fragrance because I still think it smells nice, but it's a little bit too "mainstream" in my opinion.
If someone uses this, you can tell in less than five seconds because it's really recognizable and in my opinion, that kinda takes some charm points away from it.

No. 88151

This feels like a stupid question but I'm new to fragrance. What's the difference between eau de parfum and eau de toilette? I assume the former is stronger? Which should I shoot for as I'm easing in?

No. 88153

>>88151
Toilettes have a shit ton of alcohol in them for filler and causes the smell to not last anywhere near as long as a parfum.

No. 88168

>>88151
In theory EDT project more but last least and EDP last more with less projection.

In reality it varies from one fragrance to another, the only way to really know which one you prefer is to spray each version on one of your wrist and see and compare how it performs. Sometimes the scent can also be dramatically different from the EDT to the EDP, ex; philosykos by diptyque EDT smells amazing to me, but I hate the EDP.
It happens that a cologne or EDT performs better than a an EDP you have to sample a lot to find out which ones.

No. 88169

>>88168
Fragrance sure is a lot of trial and error for how got dang expensive it is.
Got a bunch of samples on their way, including both EDT and EDP. Guess that's all I can do.

No. 88180

Any anon knows about a clean laundry/fresh cotton smelling perfume? I need something something like that for the days I don't feel like using my big boys.

No. 88192

>>88180

Pretty much anything from the brand Clean is exactly that. The names of their fragrances are all like Warm Cotton, Shower Fresh, Cool Cotton,Cotton T-shirt,Rain, Fresh Laundry,Simply Soap, Clean Skin etc. It's perfect.

No. 88203

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I'm planning to try some scents from The Library of Fragrance, any recs? I know I want at least one gourmand one since I have none in rotation at the moment.

My current fragrances are Armani Code Cashmere, which I like but it dries down to soapy or detergent-like smell on me for some reason, and Zara Oriental, which is dirt cheap and my favorite summer scent but doesn't have great lasting power.

No. 88331

>>88192
Bless you anon, hopefully they have a store in London.

No. 91398

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I'm a huge perfume pleb right now and I really like Versace Red Jeans. That Katy Perry Killer Queen one is one relatives tend to buy me as a gift a lot and I like that one too, although I like Red Jeans better. When I'm out of uni and actually have money I'll probably try out some fancier stuff.

I have a major nostalgic soft spot for the Gwen Stefani gothic lolita and visual kei weeb perfumes that had the dolls on top from years ago.

Right now I'm trying to work my way through some perfumes I got as gifts years ago that I've had for ages (throwing out gifts rustles the jimmies of my inner hoarder). There's one super floral one called Orient by nSpa that smells really good, then there's an agreeably generic one with a Glee logo on it that I'm not sure why I even own since I never liked Glee and finally a Forever Friends perfume my grandma got me that's the most sickly sweet scent I've ever smelled. Working my way through the Forever Friends one at the moment since it's the worst of the 3 and I won't really be getting up close and personal with anyone for another 1-2 months so even if I don't like the scent so much it's no big deal. All these bottles are 50%-66% used up by now anyway.

No. 91437

>>91398
If you hate the scent just use it up as room and linen fragrance.

No. 91508

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I recently got into perfumes, so my knowledge on different scents is very limited.

So, do any of you kind anons have any recommendations? I'm looking for something romantic and innocently sweet, but not childlike innocent scents. If you catch me?

I'm also curious is anons style reflects on the choice of the scents or is it all personal preference without any stylic choices being involved?

No. 92554

>>91508

On retailed note I went to lush to check some of the body sprays they have, especially the rose one which I was interested in got me dissapointed. The rose body spray smells like a carnival which is not really something im looking for.

No. 92561

>>91508
>>92554
I use shiseido rosarium eau de parfum. It smells kind of like rose syrup or rose candy. I really love roses and I wear hime kei so it kind of goes hand and hand.

No. 92567

>>91508
You could try Roses de Chloé (my personal favorite rose scented perfume) or Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet, which has a very nice, light floral scent. My Burberry Blush also is a very nice, romantically sweet perfume

No. 93921

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>>84239

this is my favourite! The first time I smelled it it was my home economics teacher wearing it and I loved it so much that I had to ask her what she is wearing. It's strong stuff, it can last up to 3 days and it quickly fills the room up with it's scent. What a shame I can't afford it.

As an alternative I love Avon's Far Away. They may have some shitty makeup but I love this perfume.

No. 93939

>>92567
>>92561

Tocca Isabel is also a great long-lasting rose scent. Its very much a true rose floral without too much sweetness.

No. 93959

Forget if I posted here but I love Le Labo fragrances (specifically noir) and essential oils like amber and Egyptian musk. In summer I use Maison Margiela’s beach walk replica. People say I smell good.

I also like Marc Jacob daisy, Chloe, and Miss Dior but don’t use them too often

No. 93988

The closest thing I have to a signature scent is BPAL Snake Oil, which is warm and vanilla-y and makes me feel sexy. I also just ordered my first full bottle of Guerlain Mitsouko, and I'm super excited.

No. 94057

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I really like Demeter, but their staying power is absolute shit. Does anybody know of any other simple-note perfumes with unusual scents? I specifically am interested in the smells of leather and fresh soil.

No. 94073

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I live for Jo Malone, all her scents have good lasting power and are less heady than a lot of others I've tried. Nectarine Blossom and Honey is definitely my fave.

No. 94160

Can someone recommend a perfume that's really intoxicating and beautiful smelling? I want something that draws people in and gets me a lot of compliments because I just smell so damn good.

No. 94166

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>>94160
I wear Black Opium and get lots of compliments. I think it's very intoxicating and smells quite sexy without being too heavy. Likewise, Flowerbomb by Viktor & Rolf also smells amazing and intoxicating but is lighter and sweeter. I love it but my ex loved it on me so much it kind of ruined it for me…

No. 94173

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Got myself a big bottle of this a few month back.
It's kind of overpowering, lots of jasmin and somewhat dusty.
I still don't know if I fully like it, but at least it stays on me long enough for people to notice.
Every other perfume I smelled at Lush were really nasty, tho.

No. 94177

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This smells like a big fluffy pink blanket. Dreamy and definitely a compliment catcher. The strawberry note is divine and not childish at all, very seductive playful and cozy.

No. 94240

>>94173
i have the solid perfume of this and i like it a lot. i'd definitely get sick of it if i wore it daily but it's nice when i want to switch it up

No. 94319

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Found this coconut body spray on Etsy. Best smell ever. It only cost me about $10 total and it's only half way done after 2 years of use. It's a little too vanilla-y at times, but it brings a roundness to the smell. Lol I sound like a craft beer freak. I love coconut smells, it's hard to find a nice one that isn't too citrusy or grassy.

I also recently picked up the solid of Breath of God from Lush since it's supposed to be a cheaper dupe of some Japanese perfume I got a few months ago. It's a bit sweet for me, but I do like the sandalwood smell.

No. 94750

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>>83556
Jeanne Arthes Guipure & Silk is a good dupe of that.

No. 97678

>>72084 Is anyone else into really heavy perfumes? I like older formulations of Chanel/Guerlain perfumes and pretty much anything that stinks to high heaven. I don't wear too much perfume going out because I know people are sensitive to it :(

No. 97680

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As I'm ~goff~ I mostly wear different indie perfume samples, but my favorite store bought perfume is this one, Eau d'Orient by Rituals. It smells spicy and woodsy and it's very warm and sexy to me. Does anyone know of any dupes for it? I want to start getting into big girl perfumes.

No. 97700

Lush perfumes smell super weird. Like a few are okay, but they all smell so old-fashioned. Like something a grandma might have worn in the '50s.

No. 97710

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I'm not a perfume person at all but I had a chance to smell a Versace perfume and I've fallen in love with the scent. One day I hope to own it.

No. 97712

>>97700
They smell like chemicals to me.

No. 97713

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No. 97801

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recently got a sample of pic related and it is such a nice autumnal perfume, to me it smells mostly warm and spicy with chocloate undertones but other people seem to mostly get chocolate kek, also it is quite long lasting. i'm def requesting a full bottle for christmas
repost bc wrong image soz

No. 97893

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I'm in love with lady million

No. 97920

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Are there any cheaper, or at least more potent dupes for Daisy or Daisy Dream? They're so faint but so expensive, I have to douse myself in them to smell anything. It's basically body mist on me, but I love the scent.

No. 98050

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Does anyone have recommendations for fresh (citrus) smelling perfumes that are long lasting?
I love the scent of Biotherm's Eau Vitaminée but it's more of a body spray than a perfume, plus it's kind of expensive for that purpose.

No. 98055

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i love diptyque perfumes, even the eau de toilette ones are pretty long lasting. olene is my fav. it smells just like jasmine tea~ it's so lovely.

No. 98062

>>98055
Is this scent similar to the old Bath and Body Works Night Blooming Jasmine? That was my absolute favorite but they went and discontinued it. Really bummed me out and I've been looking for something to replace it since.

No. 98103

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I really miss this perfume. I had it probably 8 years ago and was intoxicated by the smell, but it got discontinued real quick.

No. 98104

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Pic related is the best rose perfume I've ever smelled (neck and neck with Florabotanica by Balenciaga). It has a mint and a beeswax note that gives it a nice edge.

No. 98309

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this perfume. I wish they still sold it.

No. 98314


No. 98315

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I really like the Clean perfumes, especially Rain and Cool Cotton. They're cheap and smell natural, not over the top.

No. 98318

>>98314
Ahh thanks for the link anon I hope they ship to Australia. This perfume is very nostalgic to me.

No. 98321

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I don’t wear a lot of perfumes and when I do, I like to use spiced or woody scents. This is the daily one I use. I would love to have an incense scented perfume for special occaisions instead of resorting to body spray every time.

Honestly stalking this thread because I don’t even know where to start when looking for perfumes. Some I’ve bought and worn don’t mesh well with my body chemistry, so I kinda gave up.

No. 98430

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>>98050
Check out Guerlain's Aqua Allegoria line, there's a lot of citrus scents in there. I've been using their Mandarine Basilic for a couple of years and I love it. Though, I've heard that it's staying power varies greatly depending on your skin. It stays for a whole day on me, but other people said it's gone after a couple of hours. You gotta test them to see if they work for you.

No. 98458

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>>97710
I hope so too anon! It's my favorite. My mom gave it to me when I was 16 and I've been using it ever since. It's always on my wishlist for christmas and the bottle will usually last me a year

No. 98733

>>98321
If I were you I would turn to the classics for what you're looking for. You need Opium, Youth Dew, Tabu, Maroussia, Cinnabar etc. Maybe you'd even like CK Obsession.

No. 114825

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Wondering if anyone can help me. I picked this up in Japan and I'm absolutely in love with it but it's hard to get hold of outside of Japan and isn't long-lasting. From the website this information exists:

Top Notes Peach, Apricot

Heart Notes Heart Notes Cherry blossom, Lily-of-the-valley, Rose

Base Notes Base Notes Musk, Amber


does anyone know some similar perfume matches? I love how peachy and feminine but fresh it is…it's like shampooing in peaches and sakuras…I love it!

No. 114827

>>114825
have you looked on fragrantica? if they don't have it (you can look at the similar perfumes column) then you can look up the notes.

No. 114850

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>>114825
most similar one I could find on fragnantica is L'Occitane's Cherry Blossom, it doesn't have peach or apricot and does have cherries though. maybe go in store, if there is one local to you, for a whiff? or just generally pop down to a major cosmetics store and ask one of the perfume ladies for help?

No. 114852

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>>98055
They do last for fucking ever. As long as my Dior Pure Poison eau de parfum does, anyway.

Diptyque's L'Ombre Dans L'Eau is my favorite fragrance and is massively underrated. The eau de toilette in particular. I don't like the eau de parfum version as much. It smells like an entire rose garden, petals, stems, leaves, and all.

No. 114868

>>114852
oof the prices committed murder on me.

I wish I someday earn enough to buy myself all those beautiful pricey scents.

No. 114872

>>114852
philosykos by diptyque is the nicest niche perfume I've ever smelled, it's really unique but not in a "yikes what's that smell??" way, it's very fresh and cozy.
The main notes are fig tree leaf, fig fruit and coconut, it's amazing!

No. 114883

>>114872
Diptyque has some really amazing fragrances. Part of me hopes they stay niche so I don't have people using my scent lmao

No. 114964

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I prefer simpler scents. It's nice to walk into Jo Malone and know what I would be smelling before I pick it up. That being said, I'm broke, but this fragrance is my jam. It's nice to have a more earthy scent whilst still being light and femme.
If you like this, I recommend their 'Gardeners' range, though they don't have a fragrance for it, just body lotions and the like.

My mum loves it too, so I let her know they're on sale right now.

No. 117425

>>114850

thank you anon!

No. 117428

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I love Viktor & Rolf. Bonbon is amazing in the summer. Sweet like candy without coming off as juvenile and lasts for days.

No. 117431

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the bottle is fug in comparison to other juicy couture ones but it smells so nice and summery! really debating getting a bottle for my birthday lol currently have a rollerball

another one I like for summer is moschino's pink bouquet but it has like next to no lasting power

No. 117432

>>117428

I am obsessed with jimmy choo for similar reasons, is this similar?

No. 117433

>>117428
love this one! Very sweet but isn't overwhelming. It used to be a bestseller here in Sweden

No. 117442

>>117431
shut your whore mouth the bottle is nice.

No. 117446

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Alien is my all time favorite. I received a sample once as a teen and got obsessed.
Can anyone recommend me a bubblegum-y scented perfume? I've looked around online but I'm not sure what to pick.

No. 117447

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>>117442
I-I'm sorry anon, but like in comparison to the sucre one, for example, it's literally garbage

No. 117448

>>117446
I wanted to love alien but god damn it smells like ass

No. 117459

>>117448
Seriously. It smells like those car air freshener trees.

No. 117462

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This has been my summer go-to! It has a light and sweet mandarin orange scent.

No. 117484

>>117459
Lol I can't stand car air freshners, they make me nauseous, but alien on me smells like musk with a hint of jasmine, I find it simple and pretty elegant. To each their own I guess

No. 117531

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I got this for Christmas last year and it smells so so good. It smells like blackberries and roses but without being offensively floral.

No. 117548

any recommendations for good smelling jasmine perfumes? something that isn't too intense and dizzying.

No. 117657

I got the YSL parisienne but kinda regretting it now. Smells like an old woman's powder mixed with sweat or something. Idk what I was thinking. Fuck

No. 117701

>>117548
I've been wearing the one they sell at Lush for years now, it's pretty strong though, it's called Lust

No. 117709

>>117701
anon said jasmine not jasmine and hippie herbal blend.

No. 117717

>>117548
I love Jasmine scents but they always seem to be overpowered by other notes or with hippy shit. I posted this >>83061 awhile back and I still really love it, even though there is a bit of a tea note in it.

No. 117764

>>117717
This is exactly what I was looking for. When I think jasmine I think of the nice floral tea scented flavor. I’m gonna try this out if I can find it. Thanks, anon!

I just hope I can stealthily wear it to school even though theres scent-free policies. Has anyone ever gotten in trouble or felt rude/guilty while wearing perfume in a scent-free zone?

No. 117765

>>117764
nah fam, just say it's your shampoo and claim it must smell more strongly cause of the lack of scents. we're supposed to tone scents down at work so we don't distract from the customer's experience (i work at a bridal shop)

No. 117767

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I was expecting this one to smell like it's for little girls, but it's actually really nice. It's floral and smells sort of citrusy over time.

No. 119049

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I started buying Swiss Arabian products, most smell really high end for the price. Many also come in very beautiful bottles like pic related. The one in pic has a really light, soapy smell according to my mother. Their women's line of products tend to be more "matronly" in smell, ie very natural floral scents, and not alcoholic smelling since they are oil. The alcohol based scents are incredibly strong and will last a few days on clothing. I got a sample of Attar Al Ghutra and it hands down has to be my favorite, can't afford to get a full bottle though because I opted on getting a ton of cheaper scents instead.

>>93921
I just bought Far Away. The bottle itself smells nice, but when you spray it, it reeks of that cheap alcohol smell. I bought the infinity version as well, and I personally prefer it over the pink bottle.

No. 119052

>>117448
>>117459
wtf is wrong with you?

No. 119082

>>119049
Ooo, tell me more, anon. I've never liked buying women's perfume because it feels like a waste of money. The scents I like tend to only last a couple of hours, then it's gone. Plus, the alcohol in them is trash too. I checked out the Swiss Arabian website and am considering ordering a sample. Would you recommend the concentrated oil or the eau de parfum spray?

No. 119092

I unironically like rue21 perfumes and body fantasy, I grew up poor but imo I still rather it over Chanel and Gucci and all that

No. 119093

>>119082
The sprays definitely have a more intense smell that lasts longer; I'd recommend the oil for people who are more sensitive to strong smells. It also really depends on the particular scent you get with them. Almost all of them are strong and long lasting, but some definitely smell better than others as far as quality goes. Some of the more masculine scents like their ouds have that alcohol smell you might not like. It also depends on the kind of smells you like. The oils tend to be more floral; the sprays tend to have sandalwood. The oils are also cheaper and tend to be the ones that come in the fancy bottles.

I'm also like you, I found perfume to be a waste of money, but I kind of fell in love with these. I'm extremely sensitive to smells, especially chemical ones, and even get nauseous or close to fainting at the smell of my mom's perfumes or nail polish. I haven't had a problem so far with this brand, even though the smells are as intense as the kind of things that make me feel unwell.

No. 119096

>>119093
The oil sounds perfect for me, then. I just have zero experience with using a perfume oil. I would certainly be interested in trying the one you posted. Do you think one of those mall discount perfume stores might have some? Where do get them from or do you order online?

No. 119118

>>119096
I order mine online, I got mine off of eBay because I was able to find it cheaper, but Etsy also sells them. This store I buy from gives you a huge box of Swiss Arabian samples if you buy their scarfs too, so you can see if you like them and which ones you want to buy.

Oil Perfumes:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MarinaGroup?ref=view-all-shop-overview&listing_id=572101966&section_id=22270480

Scarfs:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MarinaGroup?ref=view-all-shop-overview&listing_id=572101966&section_id=23140993

No. 119697

>>119093
Wow you've got me interested in oil perfume. I didn't even know that was a thing! The feeling of walking in a cloud of perfume is exactly what I dislike in perfume on me and especially others.

Any other oil perfumes worth looking jnto?

No. 119710

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Korres Vanilla Freesia is everything.

No. 119842

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Soft, feminine and comforting.

No. 119861

>>94057
idk, my fav is Jovoy's "La Liturgie des Heures". It smells like real church incense and it blends with my natural scent beautifully <3

No. 122134

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Sexy peach perfumes? I've been using Body Shop but I fancy one that's got a little more sex appeal to it.

No. 129513

Sorry for bringing a dead thread back from the grave, but I'm looking for recommendations for a nice daily perfume/edt that can be worn in all seasons. Any suggestions?

No. 129518

>>129513
Flowerbomb is one of my all-time favorites. There are different varieties but in my opinion, the original is best. It’s light enough that it shouldn’t have any associations with one particular season.

No. 129545

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Jean Paul Gaultier Classique is my all time favourite. it's super strong, orange blossom and vanilla and so can smell a little old lady on some people but on me it settles into something so spicy and sensual I just love it

No. 129582

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>>129513
Mac turquatic. It’s smells really good. Someone always asks what I’m wearing

No. 129588

>>129545
Nice choice, anon. This is one of my favorites along with J'Adore from Dior

No. 129590

>>129582
ooh this one sounds really good, I'm gonna have to try it soon!

No. 129677

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I love revert from rue 21
It's a super soft floral smell and everyone tells me I smell so good when I'm wearing it even strangers.

I just enjoy that it doesn't have a overpowering fake smell

No. 129680

I absolutely loved Bath and Body Works' Forever Midnight when it was around but unfortunately I had to toss it when I was flying across country before I could finish. It discontinued soon after.
My current go to is NEST's Midnight Fleur or Indigo. Any recommendations for these related scents? I love the "witchy" kinds

No. 129682

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Best perfume I've sampled all year, might get it for Christmas Iunno yet.

No. 129683

>>82095
I was in Sephora like 5 years ago and I saw this perfume and I reached out for it, because it looked like a VHS cassette, only red and smaller. I probably sprayed too much on my wrist, since it gave me an instant headache. But I fell in love with it, and I really wanted to buy it ever since, but there's always more important things to pay for…

No. 129686

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This is one of my favourite perfumes, I love citrus-y scents.

No. 129693

Indie: Alkemia "come to me" and "silken tent". I also like her "Moroccan tea". It actually feels minty on.

Store perfumes: Marc Jacobs Decadence… It seems people hate it or love it but I think it smells just like its name.

I also love the floral Si perfume

No. 129695

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Has anyone here tried the Lush Solid Perfumes? How long do they last after applying? And how quick do you go through one?

No. 129712

>>76631
I use Chloe Nomade and love it, but it's really hit-or-miss with respect to how it will interact with your body chemistry. I'd recommend wearing it for an entire day, to make sure that all of the notes work with you (I find that it smells quite different by the end of the day).

I also liked My Burberry, you might like that too?

No. 129713

I love Elizabeth Arden's Red Door but I've been told that it's an "old lady" scent (????)

No. 129714

>>129695
"Lust" is incredible (I don't think it's in your photo); it's a lovely jasmine scent. I find that it's incredibly potent and long-lasting. I've had mine for 3-4 months and have barely made a dent in it. usually all you need is one swipe with your finger and that's enough scent for all of your pulse points.

No. 129739

>>129714
Was going to say the opposite. As long as it’s not Lust then lush perfumes are quite nice.

>>129712
Chloe Love Story is my signature scent. It smells way worse in store but when worn for a while it’s perfect. Youthful but elegant with floral scents.

No. 138948

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Has anyone tried this one? Does it smell like fruity shampoo yes or no?

No. 138953

>>138948
I love this one so much and I hate it's so hard to find. I wouldn't say it smells like fruity shampoo but more like a really girly sweet cologne. I know some people pick out kiwi and watermelon notes so maybe my nose is a broken piece of shit. I will say it can be very overwhelming at first but it's a deceitful overwhelming cause it smells like it would last all day, but it really doesn't.

All in all, it's a nice scent but not for everyone.

No. 138963

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currently addicted to this, it's really girly and subtle and fun.

>>72251
i stole a bottle of my mom's when i was like 15 and i miss it so much. every once in a while it will come in samples in magazines and i'll stuff my face in it. it's so good.
>>98321
this is so good, too. their regular old sea salt is REALLY good too
>>129686
i used this during a particularly short relationship and i feel like i can never wear it again but i wish i had a bottle for when i was feeling nostalgic because it wasnt a bad relationship lol

No. 138985

>>138963
ahh I have this too. I can't wear one of my previously favourite perfumes anymore because there's bad memories attached to it. It's a sad thing.

I've always thought that maybe if I start wearing it again, after a while I'll get used to it and the scent will stop reminding me of that memory, but I've never tried.

No. 139067

>>138963
Thanks anon, I love me a good body spray during the hot ass summer weather!

No. 139068

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I dig this scent, you can usually find it at a good discount at Ross/TJMaxx/etc. but it doesn't smell cheap at all– Fragrantica is great for reading all the notes + reviews!

No. 139077

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Pleasures by Estee Lauder (the original one, not the gross new versions they've made.) I think I like it mostly because it's what my mom always wore and I have positive associations with it. I also really like One by Calvin Klein, but I've never owned it– only borrowed it lmao. I would really love to have a bottle of my own.

Those are the only two fragrances I've ever liked.

No. 139099

>>129582
I love that scent, I have a bottle but it’s for special occasions.

No. 139101

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Oh how do i miss the original lolita lempicka, the brand really fucked themselves over with the new bottle and reformulation, its just a terrible downgrade.

Im struggling to find old bottles now and its making me sad, there's nothing like the OG.

No. 139110

I'm very inexperienced with perfumes and am hoping maybe I could get some advice..
I really like "natural" woodsy, unisex smells. Overly floral or sweet perfumes don't do it for me. For a while I just wore sandalwood essential oil perfume. I liked it ok, but I was told that it was waaay too musky and that I smelled like a filthy hippie (not ideal).
I've been eyeing some Demeter perfumes and considering ones like dirt and thunderstorm. I've also been wanting to try something with juniper as a main note – any recommendations?

No. 139118

Thanks to the anons who recommended Alkemia ages ago. I've got a small collection now and I love almost all the samples I've ordered. Especially The love song of shu sin and Come to me.

>>139101
I have a really old bottle of that that's green. I don't know if it's a special version as it doesn't say so on the bottle. It's one of my favorite perfumes but people respond negatively to it unfortunately.

No. 139120

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>>139118
The green bottle is the discontinued Forbidden Flower!
I’ve never seen it, or smelled it lol, irl so i assume its pretty rare, hold on to it anon

No. 139122

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My first major and expensive perfume was Daisy Dream. I was drawn to the packaging as I was in middle school when I got it but I still enjoy it now for the most part.

My mom also used to have a perfume that gave me major nostalgia that I think came from Chanel? I think it's discontinued now.

No. 139123

>>139110
I've got a bunch of Demeter/library of fragrance samples and most of them smell like alcohol and last very shortly. The only one that I have that's fine is the cherry blossom one. I wouldn't go for any of the "weird" scents like the ones you mentioned.

No. 139132

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I don't know anything at all about perfume. What are some brands I should try and chemicals that I should try to avoid?

No. 139158

>>139132
My biggest tip is to lurk at fragantica!

And honestly it all depends on the type of smells do you like, indie brands for more unique out of the wall stuff or classic luxury brands for well classic perfumes.

A good quality perfume sadly can get a bit pricey, so the rule of thumb is that if it looks too good to be true avoid it.

No. 139166

>>139132
If you're concerned about chemicals I wouldn't get any commercial perfumes at all tbh.

No. 139171

>>139132
>>139158
I second this, frantagica has everything you need to know about perfumes. If there's any you like, you can look it up and read what notes it has and other perfumes similiar to it. Or you can search by type or notes if you know there's something you like.

If you have 100% no clue I would just browse frantagica for a while and make a short list of a few scents you think you might enjoy and then sample them at the drugstore/perfumery when you can.

No. 139229

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>>139110
this is my favorite woody perfume, and iirc it's unisex. i've used this site to find perfumes with notes i prefer, here are some juniper perfumes: https://www.fragrantica.com/notes/Juniper-142.html
and
https://www.fragrantica.com/notes/Juniper-Berries-143.html
though personally i wouldn't suggest a juniper-heavy perfume unless you want to smell like a gin hangover

No. 139246

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I found that the same perfume can smell completely different on me at different times…can anyone relate to this?

For example, I used to wear Hypnose by Lancome and sometimes it came off as sweet and vanilla-ish and other times it smelled completely bitter and dusty. I had to stop wearing it because I never knew what it would end up smelling like.

I noticed though that it tended to lean more bitter when I put it on immediately after showering

No. 139281

>>139229
seconded, this scent is phenomenal, and if you can't afford the $80/oz price tag and don't mind oils try fossilized amber oil for a close match

No. 139772

>>139229
My moms uses that scent when I smell it I think of her.



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