I'm looking for a new perfume fragrance. I've been wearing Amarige by Givenchy and heiress Paris Hilton. I'd like to take a break from these two and bring something new / different. Well, I have the answer here. I would go to the fragrance counter at Belk or Macy (because they have a huge selection) and spray a little on the small strips. Find some that you like and then request samples. They usually have some behind the counter. Every day, use a different one and decide which you like best. Fragrances change depending on your own body chemistry. A perfume that smells good on me is going to smell different on you after a while. They always smell different on you than they did on a test strip. Avoid boredom with their scents to find one that really works with your body. Personally, I love Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel Eau de Toilette. It's expensive, but it's all I wear. You can not be old and I love how I smell when I wear it. You do not have to choose an expensive perfume, only one that works with your body that you like.
Katie Puckrik smells Chanel N 5 Eau Premire and Chanel N 5 For more information, including where to buy, go to my website: Www. Katiepuckriksmells. Com Please subscribe. Topic: "Perfume" by Sparks. Watch the video of the full song: Www. Youtube. Who is Edie Sedgwick Com? See here: In. Wikipedia. Org Transcript: When Chanel No. 5 launched in 1921, was modern to the point of what this is, Coco Chanel, you tricksy shameless? Their peach flowers and forests shine bright behind a curtain of aldehydes. No. 5s powdery coolness is warmed with mating season musk – only revealed in the skin, like a secret between lovers. The No. 5 parfum and eau de toilette are still more or less true, true to the original plans. I'm not so crazy about the 80s was eau de parfum, which is thicker, sharper and more synthetic. It's like a caricature of the original eau de toilette drawn with a fat pen. It took 2008s Eau Premire, with its more nuanced and youthful interpretation, to finally tie me in the No. 5 corral. Eau Premire has the same DNA as the No. 5, but with cooler versions, more transparent notes. To my nose, the old bright shade of aldehydes is now a sparkling sheen, playfully highlighting a lemon-orange kick-off. Citrus is the new kid on the block here, putting a little jut in the ladys strut. The turmoil deepens in what is said is jasmine, ylang-ylang, iris and pink, but I just know that as No. 5 classic scent. As. . .