I love Pink by Vera Wang... unfortunately, my allergies can't always take it!
I'm not much into perfume or cologne. People tend to over use it to the point of nausea for other people around them. Right now I use a little cream called Oriental spice on my wrists and neck. Just a tiny bit so that it doesn't overwhelm. I also like an oldie, Jovan Musk Oil, used sparingly.
It always reinforces your choice when you hug someone and they smile and say, oh you smell good.
Foxfire! No doubt about it! Unfortunately, Avon discontinued it years ago. Then I found that same scent in this perfume called Nude, but that was too expensive! Now I wear this floral fresh perfume from Avon called Haiku. It's a nice little light scent that doesn't come on too strong or flares up anybody's asthma. You can find it at www.youravon.com/alainacain.
I love Chanel Allure and have been wearing it for about 7 years now. Most perfumes are too strong on me, but this one is not overpowering and lasts all day (or night!).
My favorite would have to be Pikake. It's a Hawaiian floral scent. Its sweet and floral which I think makes for a perfect mix.
Favorite? I have many favorites in terms of perfume. It varies on my mood and/or what I like at the moment. One can say that my perfume tastes are very eclectic to say the least. In high school, I loved Ultima II perfume. That was one of the most expensive perfumes around in the 1970s. I wore that perfume constantly. As a teenager, I loved musk and the dark oriental fragrances. I was not one for flowery fragrances then.
I still gravitate towards the oriental frragrance category; however, I am adding some woodsy, green, and citrus fragrances to my perfume repertoire. However, since Ultima II perfume is not manufactured anymore, my favorite perfume is the perennial Youth Dew by Estee Lauder. It has some dark amber notes in addition to some sweet ambegris undertones.
I like attar perfumes. I prefer to use NEESH perfumes. I am using Attar-E-Neesh perfumes. It has a top note of rose and saffron with a base note of Blackwood and amber.
by kallini2010 6 years ago
I really want to buy a fragrance for me. But every time I try to make a choice I am either unhappy or just delay the decision.How do you make a decision? I would appreciate any advice, the strategy "how to" or your personal favourites. Men or women. I do love men's...
by Black Lilly 8 years ago
What's your favourite perfume? Are you addicted to one brand or try anything new, or..?
by badermunir2011 7 years ago
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by Kalaichelvi Panchalingam 4 years ago
What is your favourite perfume? Mine is Acqua di Gio (1995).Although there have been numerous newer fragrances, I still love the freshness of Acqua di Gio. Our choice of perfume tells a lot about ourselves and the mood that we are in. I just have three different fragrances that I use for different...
by protam 3 years ago
What kind of perfume you like most?
by gis_r07 6 years ago
What perfume or cologne did you wear most frequently over the past year?
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