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>> No.14816738
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Opinions on this shit, please!

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>>14816726

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I just got this in the mail. Make my mind up for me, /frag/. Do I like it?

>> No.14816761

>>14816740
Let's update this chart. It's fairly good but it needs some refreshment as some of the stuff here is mislabeled, discontinued, showing too much of personal biases of the author or even obscure. The structure is great and descriptions are good too, let's just update content to make it more relevant and helpful. We can maybe add a new 'uncoventional' category. I'd suggest following assumptions
>we keep the structure of 4 frags in each subgroup
>for each subgroup we decide upon 1 relatively cheap and accessible fragrance - <$1/ml if possible, so the chart is helpful for everyone
>2 mid-priced fragrances between $1 and $2.5 per ml, so we can have interesting and varied choices
>1 more expensive >$2.5 per ml (if needed), so we can have snice niche things
>we pick only well-rated things as recommendations and try to give the priority to frags that are widely discussed in the community and of well deserved status
>while we obviously try to make choices as eponymous of the subgroup as possible, there's no point of having fragrances smelling virtually the same or clones - like Aventus and CDNI
>we try to keep houses on the chart varied to reflect many possible choices in modern niche perfumery

Thoughts on new Fresh section?

>Fresh Citrus
Mugler Cologne - £0.4/ml
Acqua di Parma Colonia - £0.9/ml
Diptyque Eau de Sens - £1.0/ml
Neroli Portofino - £1.9/ml

>Fresh Aromatic
Lalique White - £0.3/ml
Dior Eau Sauvage EdT - £0.8/ml
Histoires de Parfum 1828 - £0.9/ml
Silver Mountain Water - £2.1/ml

>Fresh Green
Annick Goutal Ninfeo Mio - £0.9/ml
Diptyqe Philosykos - £1.0/ml
Profumum Roma Ichnusa - £2.2/ml
Xerjoff Nio - £4.8/ml

>Fresh Aquatic
Bvlgari Aqva Pour Homme - £0.4/ml
Heeley Sel Marin - £1.3/ml
Profumum Roma Acqua di Sale - £2.2/ml
Creed Millésime Impérial - £3.0/ml

>Fresh Fruity
Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Pamplelune - £0.5/ml
Hermès Un Jardin Sur Le Toit - £0.7/ml
Jo Malone Blackberry & Bay - £1.0/ml
Atelier Cologne Orange Sanguine - £1.1/ml

>> No.14816763

>>14816749
I don't. A lot of people seem to like it, though. Reminds me of the Prada Luna Rossa.

>> No.14816766

>>14816761
put leau dissey back

>> No.14816769

>>14816738
I will pop in to Dover Street Market and report.
>>14816749
It's good but the right choice from Allure line is Edition Blanche which is 5x cheaper Xerjoff Uden.

>> No.14816775

>>14816766
It is mislabelled as Fresh Aquatic on the chart. We can put it into Fresh Citrus but I'm not really sure what we should kick out then.

>> No.14816789
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Posting in the non-meme thread

>> No.14816803

>>14816775
>I'm not really sure what we should kick out then
Eau de Sens is the only choice. To be honest, there should be a pastebin with an expanded list of these fragances for bookeeping.

>> No.14816805

>>14816719
>>14816752
>>14816767
I quite like the Eau Sauvage EdT but I can see that it's not quite modern take on citruses, so it may smell dated to some. Eau Sauvage Parfum though is 10/10 as the other anon said. If my house was on fire and I could take only one bottle it would be one of Eau Sauvage Parfum/ Chypre Palatin/New York Intense.

>> No.14816820

>>14816803
>To be honest, there should be a pastebin with an expanded list of these fragances for bookeeping.
I feel the same way if we would need to kick out something. But I personally don't feel like we should include Issey. I agree with the criticism of my Aqua di Gio from another anon in the last thread. Literally everyone and their mothers know AdG/Issey.
>To be honest, there should be a pastebin with an expanded list of these fragances for bookeeping.
Yeah, maybe that's a good idea. Especially if we want maybe to make two charts: designer and niche as someone suggested. At the moment I keep everything in a text file on my PC, so nothing is lost out of suggestions that are given in these threads. However, I feel like we shouldn't maybe over complicate things for now and try to just get things done first and just refresh the previous chart and only then expand it.

>> No.14816824

>>14816805
I like how you’ve kept my “house on fire” scenario!

>> No.14816847

>>14816824
Yeah, it's also a great mental tool to slim down a sizeable collection only to essentials. I've cut down from 30+ bottles to less then 10.

>> No.14816849

What fragrance says “Disco” to you? I feel like the only one I can think of from the 70s is Polo Green.

>> No.14816850
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Order's shipped, should have my bottle by tomorrow or wednesday. Pretty interesting that a good chunk of the fragrantica review page is thots swooning over it.

>> No.14816863

>>14816847
Which is funny because mine has now increased to 30, but I’m done now. I don’t even know why I come here now, nobody would notice if I left.

>> No.14816879

>>14816863
Post your bottles bro

>> No.14816884

>>14816849
>“Disco”
You mean disco music from 70s? Weirdly enough Baccarat Rouge 540 with its sweetness. Then probably some heavy fougeres from the times.

>> No.14816889

>>14816803
Big fan of Eau *des* Sens, but there are a ton of citruses out there. My only warning is not to overload the chart with /frag/ brand favs (e.g. diptyque, CdG). it seems the original did well at diversity. The chart is more of a starting point anyway as it's only four scents at budget, mid-tier and expensive for each category

>> No.14816894

>>14816850
BONJOUR. Keep us in the loop if it's purely a hype job due to /our Frenchie/ on fragrantica forums or it's actually good.

>> No.14816897

>>14816769
actually?? If so, thanks very much anon

>> No.14816901

>>14816897
Yes, but give me some time if you're not in rush with buying a bottle.

>> No.14816905
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>>14816850
BONJOUR. You will not be disappointed!

>> No.14816911

>>14816894
BONJOUR. Given that 90s orientals are the only kind of orientals I really like, I'll probably like it at least a bit. The Hellenic aesthetic is really nice too, hopefully it makes sense with the fragrance like it does with Kouros.

>> No.14816915
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whats the best department store in toronto for frags?

saks? holt refrew, or nordstrom? or something else

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dude should have spent at least a few dollars on marketing... sheesh

>> No.14816925

>>14816879
I was in the previous thread. Loads of designer shit, a few TFPB and of course Eau Sauvage Parfum. Too lazy to find it again but I’m certain it was you that commented.

>> No.14816926

>>14816889
>My only warning is not to overload the chart with /frag/ brand favs (e.g. diptyque, CdG). it seems the original did well at diversity.
Noted. Diptyques are good quality and accessible literally in every department store, so I can imagine that would be good to have there philosykos, eau des sens and tam dao. I think having 3 (4 if stuff is really good and relevant) examples from a house is reasonable. I feel like the previous chart was a bit too heavy on Creeds and some random houses that didn't stand well the test of time like Olfactive Studios.

>> No.14816927

>>14816919
>Love conquers all!

>> No.14816929

>>14816884
I was thinking more like Fougeres, but I’ve been wanting to try BR540 for a while so I’ll look in to it. Thanks.

>> No.14816932

>>14816925
Ah, you're the factory guy!

>> No.14816935

>>14816919
Was this designed by an incel? Like all of it?
Jesus

>> No.14816937

>>14816919
So I typically despise the purple prose that some of the houses put as marketing materials of their fragrances but that's ridiculous and so low effort.

>> No.14816959

My girlfriend recently developed a sensitivity to scent making me shelve all of my colognes. She, for whatever reason, is fine with the men's collection stuff at Bath and Body Works with Teakwood being her favorite, but I'm not really a fan of it. What are some mild woody colognes I could try?

>> No.14816969

>>14816959
>recently developed
It's bullshit m8. Had the same with with a girl I dated. She doesn't want you to smell good and attract other bitches. B&BW shit is "acceptable" because they become skin scents after 10 minutes.

>> No.14816972

>>14816959
she better look pretty fucking hot bruh, otherwise I'd go with the scents myself

>> No.14816974

>>14816915
They’re all more or less the same. There’s also Niche Essence, though I believe they only have a store-in-store location now.

>> No.14816976

>>14816959
>developed a sensitivity to scent
No such a thing. Don't be her little bitch.

>> No.14816980

>>14816932
That’s me. I got in to fragrances because I wanted to smell something that wasn’t lethal chemicals and solvents all day.

>> No.14816981

>>14816969
>>14816976
Not saying it's not bullshit, but she did also throw all her perfumes out too. I'm trying to work something better back into the mix and convince her to look for milder stuff for herself too.

>> No.14816987

Do you guys have a favorite Chypre?

>> No.14817010

>>14816987
L'Homme Infiniment, Polo Green, Yatagan

>> No.14817023

>>14816987
>Chypre Fruity
Chypre Palatin (Jubi 25 comes next)
>Chypre Woody
Timbuktu
>Leather Chypre
ELDO Rien (their aldehydic take on classically citrusy top notes is brilliant)
>Fresh/Citrusy Chypre
New York Intense (albeit some people find it rather a fougere, it definite has something from both families)

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>>14816987

>> No.14817054

>>14816919
My favorite esports team

>> No.14817074

>>14816901
Sure man, appreciate it

>> No.14817174
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Did u hav secks 2day??

>> No.14817204

I'm going to order some samples from Bloom Perfume. Any recommendations? So far i have only got a couple from ELDO and Zoologist.
I don't think i will get Sombers by Strangers, by the way. Secretions Magnifiques is enough.

>> No.14817210

>>14817174
Gay buttsecks, yes.

>> No.14817224

>>14817204
Don't get Sombre. It's really bad. Do you want to get sample packs or rather pick singles yourself? I assume the latter, so I'd suggest the following
Anything by Anna Zworykina; Arquiste The Architects Club, Aleksandr; Bogue MEM, MAAI; CARNER Cuirs; ELDO Remarkable People, Fat Electrician, La Fin du Monde, Rien; Floris Santal, No. 89; Frapin L'Humaniste, Passion Boisee; Grossmith Hasu-no-Hana; Imaginary Authors Cape Heartache, Sundrunk; Naomi Goodsir SAMPLE EVERYTHING; Prissana Mo Nishtana; Pierre Guillame 02, 10 (the best gourmand in thh game); Zoologist whatever you feel like

>> No.14817226

>>14817224
But be sure to come back to this thread and report once you test them. I'm not giving away recs for nothing >:(

>> No.14817244

>>14817224
i'm dying to try out some Frapin frags while I sip on some of their cognac

>> No.14817260

>>14817244
I never realized it's the same brand lol. Be then sure to sample fast and whatever interests you. Oksana from Bloom told me that they're not 'getting along well' with Frapin and hence not going to reorder anything. Idk the details but for example L'Humaniste wasn't indeed available in-store when I visited them, so it seems to be true.

>> No.14817273

>>14816915
Go to Maximum Fragrance in Mississauga. It's not a department store but they let you sample and carry all the designer frags + a lot of niche (high end like Amouage, Byredo, Roja, Xerjoff, ect, plus cheaper ones like Mancera/Montale, Molinard, Rasasi). Their prices are also generally in line with the online discounters.

>> No.14817324

>>14817224
Thanks. I will try ordering next week, hopefully won't take too long for them to arrive after that.
My current list is:
>Arquiste
Aleksandr and Nanban
>Etat Libre D'Orange
Secretions Magnifiques, Fat Eletrician, Remarkable people and The Afternoon of the Faun.
>Frapin
1270. Would order L'Humaniste, but it is already gone.
>Imaginary Authors
Memoirs of a Trespasser.
>Pierre Guillame
10. It does sounds interesting and I love gourmands, so i will trust your rec.
>Zoologist
Squid, Chameleon and T-Rex. I may drop T-Rex and/or pick Dodo. We will see.

>> No.14817349

>>14817324
1270 is really unremarkable tbf. The rest of the list looks solid but I’d seriously include Naomi Goodsir. Try Or de Seil od you’re into gourmands

>> No.14817377

>>14817349
I was disencouraged from picking one of those because they cost €5 for 1ml, and I am broke...
However, i looked up the notes of that one with more detail and it does sound interesting... I will consider.
1270 looks interesting on paper, but i can imagine that it is overpowering with cognac and pineapple.

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Molton Brown eau de toillette, black pepper... am I memeing myself? Is this a good idea?

>> No.14817403

>>14817377
Ah right. If you’re based in UK consider then just visiting them in store in London. All samples are £2 and they’re more generous than 1ml I think. You want probably save enough to buy train tickets in this absolute joke of a country but if you’re going to London anytime soon then I’d just wait and pop in to them.

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How do other anons keep their perfume nice? Also that qv deo I use because of the no fragrance thing, what do other people use? My favourite at the moment not pictured is dzing!

>> No.14817422

>>14816749
Its mass pleasing and safe but a little bland and boring. Hence why Jeremey shills it

>>14817324
Dodo unironcally smells of bird cage with the avian musk. Its interesting but made me nauseous after a while

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>>14817415
Away from my room in the kitchen so it doesn’t command ‘DOUSE’ waking me up when I sleep

>> No.14817432

>>14817429
Do you keep Kouros in a protein powder bag?

>> No.14817436

>>14817432
Yes

>> No.14817439

Red pill me on the best budget colognes,
Never wore or bought any before.
I see some of this shit is 200$+ wtf.
I'm a frugal turbo jew, I have nice clothes but I literally only buy from thrift stores..
Whats some of the top rated cheap <20$ frags?
do you guys buy any bootleg /chinese perfume?
I'm assuming you can make the specific brands you like at home if you buy the essences etc, everything is from the same sources in China.
Im just mindfucked that people really pay hundreds for scented water.
Please redpill me!

>> No.14817441

>>14817273
Cool thanks

>> No.14817448

>>14817439
Cheap frags are garbage. Just get the biggest bottle of Bleu de Chanel eau de Parfum you can find. Will last you years. Don’t come back

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I am a literal janitor lol. What should I wear?

>> No.14817450

>>14817439
Club de Nuit Intense, Nautica Explorer.

>> No.14817455

>>14817439
Lookup pastebin in the OP

>> No.14817461

>>14817448
>cheap frags are garbage
>mentions BdC

>> No.14817465

>>14817439
You’re wrong. (Almost) everything is from two Switzerland companies. Marketing is obviously the biggest part of price one pays in retail but composing a fragrance is also an art and you can’t just source ready oils from China. There are some clone houses that do quite good job. If you just want to smell nice and don’t want to go into details or develop nose it will be enough.

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>>14817324
>The Afternoon of the Faun

>> No.14817536

>>14817505
Most based fragance ad.

>> No.14817564

My bottle of Norne shipped fucking finally. Only like 3 weeks late, get your shift together, Josh!

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I'm surprised sephora has a decent customer services compared to gamestop or footlocker and is it just me or the chicks who works there are more nicer to guys than those thots who shops there regularly?

>> No.14817614

>>14817449
I mean, anythying you want I guess.

>> No.14817717

Is $30 a good price for 10 mL of Beau de Jour?

>> No.14817736

>>14816850
Dang, its cheap. Wonder if it's really worth the cop

>> No.14817842

>>14817449
Febreze

>> No.14817863

What is a good lavender or jasmyn purfum for men that is fresh and maybe one that has mint. I love aqua quorum but I want something a bit more floral that lasts

>> No.14817888

>>14817564
I really want to try this.

>> No.14817928

>>14817888
Honestly, just buy a bottle if you’re remotely curious. Who knows if/when it’ll be available again with Josh’s faggotry. Worst case scenario, if you don’t like it, you can resell it for like 3x as much.

>> No.14817965

>>14817928
Could you elaborate a bit on that? I don't know anything about the history of Slumberhouse availability but it sounds like now is the time to buy a couple. I am thinking Jeke and Norne.

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I want to smell like a Pacific Northwest forest. Ant recs?

>> No.14818007

>>14817965
Josh is a hippie faggot who heads up Slumberhouse. He drops acid in the forest and then meditates in the nude and then announces his fragrance plans before abruptly abandoning them to do yoga in the dark on some gay mountain in some gay state that he lives in.

>> No.14818013

>>14817965
Josh Lobb, the perfumer for Slumberhouse (really the only person involved in the entire operation as far as I know) is notoriously flaky. He’s one of those artist types, he lives in some artist commune in Oregon apparently, and seems to give zero fucks about money. He basically releases batches whenever he can be assed, often promises new scents or new batches then takes months beyond the stated date to deliver. My bottle of Norne shipped 3 weeks late because there were “production problems with the perfumer” according to the email I got from Luckyscent (ie. Josh was too busy doing drugs, meditating, and/or wandering around the woods). He also very rarely responds to emails or comments on his Instagram, so you can’t even ask him if a new batch is coming soon.

So yeah, basically new bottles might be released next month or 2 or 3 years from now. No way of knowing. So, if you’re interested in his scents at all, best to get them when they’re available. I had to wait 2 years to get my bottle of Sadanne. Really a shame that such a talented perfumer is so unreliable and seemingly apathetic.

>> No.14818017

>>14818006
Slumberhouse Grev, speaking of.

>> No.14818040

>>14816740
The Dreamer better stay on the new infographic. It's the only fougere worth wearing.

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>>14818040

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>>14818007
>>14818013
Thanks, sounds like there is not much risk in just blind buying and reselling if I do not like it. Too bad about the new bottle design though. I really like the old ones.
>>14818006
Apparently thats what Norne is.

>> No.14818063

>>14817736
No. No it's not

>> No.14818068

>>14816726
Does anyone else feel the urge to say the word "Nigger" because people keep saying people shouldn't say it?

>> No.14818092

What do you guys think about the new fragrances from Celine that are gonna come out, im myself very excited because there are completely new ideas around the motifs and meaning behind the fragrances, many represent the parisian nightlife , etc

>> No.14818146

>>14817449
Paco Rabanne Pour Homme

the vintage stuff in the green bottle

>> No.14818151 [DELETED] 

I'm not even kidding.

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>>14817449
S'good.

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is Blackpepper worth it?

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>>14816761
>the structure is good

No. I believe chart’s groups are either arbitrary or fictional or from a girl magazine.

>> No.14818251

>>14818180
Get A sample. It’s got a super realistic opening and quickly dries down to something very wearable. Still, I don’t really reach for my sample.

>> No.14818254

>>14818092
>Parisian nightlife
Can’t wait to try “Getting mugged“ or “getting your car set on fire” from the line. Also heard good things about “rat bite”

>> No.14818286

>>14818006
Yatagan
>>14818040
Lol

>> No.14818320

>>14818180

No. It smells like shit.

>> No.14818481

Opinions on bentley intense? Reviews says its cheap, masculine and for winter.

>> No.14818521

>>14818254
“Argelian Urine”, “Cheap Curry” and “Yesterday’s Kebab” will be my favorites, alongside “Violation by the Seine”.

>> No.14818525

>>14818481
I don't like it but its very highly regarded by most. To me theres a cloying sweetness in there I cannot get over.

>> No.14818559

>>14816726
what should a hediboy smell like?

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SOTD: SL Santal Majuscule. Sandalwood+rose+cocoa, that's it. And boy, oh boy it's glorious. What are you wearing lads?

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>>14818559

>> No.14818592

>>14818587
Is ELDO laughing at SEXcore here?
>The water slips over him as if sliding down a marble rock, sinking into the grooves of his muscles, vanishing into his pores. This is fresh, pure water, with top notes of aldehydes and lemon, a water that washes away the sins of the night and leaves the skin luminous. Tom of Finland feels clean, like a shaving from a cake of soap. It is an ode to the beauty of the male body and to the radiance of the natural self. For this man, clothing becomes a jewel-case that serves to reveal the true erotic power of the flesh. Tom of Finland is a breath of fresh air, offering unrestricted access to the immense outdoors, the depths of the forest, with notes of birch leaves, cypress, galbanum and pine at its heart. Straight, gay... these words are irrelevant here. Tom of Finland is beyond sexuality – he is sex, in all its fullness and magnitude, open and erect. Fantasy clings to him like his leather jacket, with suede, musk, and gray amber in the base notes. His belt is fastened with an accord of pepper and spicy-fresh saffron, tangled with a blond suede sensuality on a vanilla bed of tonka bean and iris. This is a man who wants to play, to love, to die and be reborn, again and again. Tom of Finland is a tribute to tomorrow’s glorious possibilities.

>> No.14818594

>>14818559
Dior Homme
The new Celine perfumes
Any of the old Guerlain feminines(l'heure bleue in particular)

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>>14818559

>> No.14818621
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any cheap alternatives? if possible $20-$30 range

>> No.14818629

>>14818574
Sampling norne, bought a bottle im going to try to flip

>> No.14818633

>>14818621
L'homme is already cheap its like 30$ off of discounters

>> No.14818664

>>14818629
fuck norne its like the yeezy boost of /frag/

>> No.14818667

>>14818594
Well I wear Dior Homme cologne and plan on getting celine samples once they're out so i'm on the right track

>> No.14818668
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14818668

Any alternative/similar to this?

>> No.14818672

Opinions on encre noire?
I really wanna buy it, but i dont know how well would it smell to people.
Is it a safe blind buy?

>> No.14818674
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>>14818668

>> No.14818677

>>14817439
poorfag

>> No.14818679

>>14818672
all three encre noirs are 25 bucks each. hardly a risky blind buy, but on most days id rather wear TDH or fat electrician. So i guess what im saying is its hard to find a scenario where encre noire will work better than one of your other frags for whatever occasion

>> No.14818681

>>14818672
Smells like a wet forest. I like it a lot. The bottle is also probably the best of all the cheapies.

>> No.14818685
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>>14818211
It's a bit arbitrary but so are all categories.
>>14818092
They don't look very exciting on paper.
>>14818559
Powdery heavy scents. Dior Homme, ELDO' Putain, Misia, Malle's Lipstick Rose, Xerjoff Shunkoin, Lutens Santal Blanc.
>>14818664
Agreed
>>14818672
It's really dark and edgy, not a crowd pleaser at all. However it's everyone first 'different' scent and many, many people like it. Given the price it's an absolute gem. Here's the Sanchez' review from Turin-Sanchez book.

>> No.14818694
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>>14818629
Damn. I hoped that /ourguy/ Turin would diss Slumberhouse but he gave 4/5 to Norne.

>> No.14818703

>>14818679
>>14818681
I wanna smell like a deep, dark forest but sadly, im not confident enough to pull a fragance that smells bad to other people.
>>14818685
On a scale of 1-10, 5 being neutral smell, how would people react to it?

What fragance would you guys recomend that could be more people-friendly and hold the same woody/mysterious vibe?

>> No.14818717

>>14818703
It does not smell bad, it's just different and dark. No one will likely react anyhow. You'll smell like coming back from a forest. Also man up, otherwise you'll just stick to mall best sellers if you only want to smell good to others.
>people-friendly and hold the same woody/mysterious vibe?
I'm afraid these are antonym to some extent.

>> No.14818734

>>14818717
Have you tried the sports version?
Maybe that one could be nicer to people.

>> No.14818738

>>14818734
Yes, they're less austere. L'Extreme flanker is sweeter, smokier, more round EN. Sport is just a fresh woody aquatic but the trade-off is that you loose much of that 'woody mysterious vibe' as you call it.

>> No.14818741
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How much scent/projection is enough?

>> No.14818743

>>14818694
Slumberhouse frags are legitimately very good. It’s not the scents that are the problem, it’s Josh.

>> No.14818759

>>14818741
Talking about college.

>> No.14818764

>>14818672
It’s very piercing. Like shoving dried twigs up your nose. I’m not a big fan of Vetiver although I love Grey Vetiver. I can understand the appeal of Encre Noir, but it’s not for me.

>> No.14818768

>>14818738
You think I could pull off the extreme version as a signurature frgance? Or is it too classy/elegant for everyday use?

>> No.14818790
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Anyone here know if Taylor of Old Bond Street's fragrances are any good? I'm a long time user of their shaving soaps, but haven't tried the other stuff yet.

>> No.14818797

>>14818768
I don't know you, how can I tell. But it's really not as challenging as you may think. Just a different masculine scent. Also what's everyday use for you? I wear suits everyday.

>> No.14818805

>>14818741
yes

>> No.14818806
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14818806

would this smell good on a man? I like how it smells on me but want some second opinions

>> No.14818850

>>14818806
No. But I might be biased as one of my ex-plates uses to wear it all the time

>> No.14818906

>>14818741
>>14818759
>scent
if you can still smell it after 5 hours it's good
>projection
just enough that the only ones that can smell it is the person sitting next/in front/behind you

>> No.14818927

Does anyone have any clue about Black Friday deals?

>> No.14818932

>>14818927
The biggest deal of all is not getting caught up in the hype and not buying anything

>> No.14818943

>>14818664
Yep. My top scent but the limited releases and upsellers turned me off
>>14818672
Kek at the responses you're getting. I mean it's a strong fragrance but it's not the dark edgelord meme people make it out to be. To me it still has a generic perfume edge (the musk likely). If you know you like vetiver heavy and dry woods, it's safe. If you're a beginner that hasn't branched out it's unsafe
>>14818694
Meh. Turin is overrated. There's no substance here, Norne is like Encre Noire above. It's fucking syrupy pine not an enchanted forest that you wax poetic about
>>14818703
Just go out and smell stuff instead of hypothesizing about it on the internet
>>14818932
based

>> No.14818981

>>14818943
Norne was one of the first frags I ever sampled. I had not idea it was this sought after highly praised and rare fragrance.
It literally smelled like an essential oil you would buy in Whole Foods. Not bad, but nothing impressive and definitely not wearable.

Y’all got sucked into the hype.

>> No.14819001

I posted in the previous thread about ordering Noir De Noir. I got it today. Holy fucking shit it’s so much stronger from a full bottle than the official samples. I get that the sprayer is different, but my god, I’m fucking dying.

>> No.14819010

>>14818981
No we didn’t pretty sure it’s just 1-2 guys norneposting. Grammar always looks the same

>> No.14819015

>>14819001

I replied to you in the last thread. It’s great but challenging to use. But many great frags are that way.

>> No.14819020

>>14819010

I haven’t sampled any norne or slumberhouse but I’m very skeptical if it can live up to the “supreme” “yeezy” hype it gets

>> No.14819037

>>14819015
I thought I replied, but the thread may have died. I said something like “My attitude was ‘fuck it’ because even though it doesn’t suit my style at all I adore the smell”.

I feel it’s definitely one to spray an hour before going out. The opening is probably the most attention grabbing of the PB I own, which are TL, TV, TO, OW.

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What would you like to ask the original eugenius?

>> No.14819205
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You were right lads, Jeremy genuinely is a modern day Patrick Bateman.
Just watch his newest 'morning routine' video.

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>>14819205

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>>14819210
so we can all acknowledge hes a robot who performs at being a human right lads?

>> No.14819243

>>14819225
Who isn’t. I feel like I’m a little man sitting inside my brain and my body is a space ship

>> No.14819274

>>14816761
I got a sample of aqua de sale, it's nice but has a slightly minty note to it, it cheapens it and makes it smell a bit fake. Its not nice mint either, it's a sugary toothpaste kind of mint.

My favourite aquatic frag is still tom ford's oud minerale. It smells like a grey beach, like salt and sand and seaweed. Doesn't last long, but it smells fantastic.

>> No.14819344
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Which should I not spend my money on?

>> No.14819373

Mancera Cedrat boise or aoud lemon mint for S/S/F daily driver? I like both and i cant decide which i like more so i guess ill go off of what the normies around me think

>> No.14819390

>>14819205
Kek. Read the comments on that vid, everyone’s making the Patrick Bateman connection. inb4 Jeremy takes the video down once he figures out everyone’s mocking him.

>> No.14819399

>>14819147

Anything on nasomatto. I’m it’s number one fan and it’s biggest critic. I heard the book tore up cape heartache and some imaginary authors stuff

>> No.14819404

>>14819344

Antaeus if you’re chad enough

>> No.14819406

>>14819205
Whoever said that he is a low-functioning autist is 100% correct.

>> No.14819425
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AQposter here, Nikos Sculpture and Laura Biaggoti Roma Uomo Cedro came in the mail today.
>Nikos Sculpture
First couple of sprays and I'm surprised how much this stuff smells like GIT. There's some added sweetness from vanilla and tonka bean and some light orange blossom, but I'd say this is like 75% GIT. Super fresh and soapy, not as oriental/sweet as I was expecting. I'll post more later about it of course.

>Roma Uomo Cedro
Bought this because I love the original Roma Uomo and was curious about the flankers. Coincidentally I also love Diesel's Fuel for Life which Annick Menardo also composed. Cedro is pretty much in between both as far as smell, with an added aquatic nuance. Great stuff. I'll post more about it later on this week as I'm going to mostly focus on Sculpture tonight.

>> No.14819430

>>14819425
How many severed heads are in your freezer, seriously.

>> No.14819435

>>14819010
>>14819010
>>14819020
yeah; norne, smells <very> natural and is kind of linear,,, but it also has this sticky-resiny-sweetness and undertones of spice for me... hopefully the new availability means more anons-can-sample-some-stuff-and-report-what they-think-on-it.>.

>> No.14819439

>>14819435
fuck somehow with all this added shit I can still see that my grammar/tone/general writing is identifiable, feels weird man

>> No.14819447

>>14819430
What?

>> No.14819451

>>14819373
>i guess ill go off of what the normies around me think
Cedrat Boise, then. People often compare it to Aventus so it should be well received by normies.

>> No.14819456

>>14819435

Is slumberhouse a meme? This is expensive stuff anons don’t troll. TDH and Eros are peanuts compared to this stuff so let’s have some honest opinions. Some of their stuff looks very tempting with interesting notes but it’s 4x markup on eBay strikes me as meme. I was unironcally flipping zoologist bat samples on eBay for twice what I bought them for because of ravenous hype. Is this the same deal?

>> No.14819457

>>14819456
Josh Lobb of Slumberhouse was the main member behind the "black metal" band Velvet Cacoon, who forged almost their entire discography and stole cover art from others, as well as fabricating the entire gimmick of the band. I wouldn't support this clown.

>> No.14819459

>>14819451
I call it leatherventus

>> No.14819483

>>14819406
The speed reading. Holy fucking shit. I almost feel bad that he’s borderline special needs.

>> No.14819492

>>14819483
Why feel bad? He’s richer than you, is more ruggedly good looking than you, and he isn’t self aware enough to ever kill himself for living a shell of an existence.

Anyway let’s talk about perfume you Gay little pussies. SOTD was Nautica classic at the gym and L’Eau d’Issey after

>> No.14819499

>>14819483

Speed reading is what all the insta influencers do. Tai Lopez started the meme. “Read a book a day” is them skimming for 25 minutes learning nothing

>> No.14819507

>>14819147
Based Turin reader. If you want you can actually shoot him an email. He responds to them frequently. Friend of mine ask him if one of Chanel frags got reformulated and he wrote him an essay back in a week.
>>14819205
>>14819210
Kek
>>14819274
Minty? Not more like camphor like? I really can't get anything sweet out of it.
>>14819344
Kouros
>>14819373
Cedrat Boise
>>14819456
Never tried but as a rule of thumb remember that there are so many great frags around to test that there's no point of fixating yourself on one.

>> No.14819531

>>14819492
Are you the one insinuating I'm a psycho?>>14819430

>> No.14819550

>>14819425
BONJOUR. Thanks for the update.

>> No.14819560

>>14819459
yea its sweeter apply leatherventus

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>>14819399
Nothing on nasomatto in here but here's Cape heartache

>> No.14819582
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14819582

I love this shit, but it's cheap and want to know if there's an even better quality fragrance that hits the same notes.

When I was in High School, girls constantly complimented me on this stuff. IDC if it wasn't super expensive, it worked.

Here's Ulta.com's breakdown:
>Top - ginger pepper cocktail, raindrop accord, >chilled sudachi
>Middle - black basil, cedar leaf, hydroponic >sage
>Base - labdanum, vetiver, oud, solid amber

FragranceX's breakdown:
>Its top notes of ginger and pepper give it a >spice-filled, energizing opening, that is >balanced out by its fresh middle notes of >vetiver, cedar, black basil, and sage. Finally, >slightly sweeter, sensual base notes of >labdanum, myrrh, amber, patchouli, and oud >work to tie the fragrance together.

What do I get instead? Or should I just get another bottle?

>> No.14819594

>>14819550
BONJOUR. It's definitely living up to the hype. I love it so far. This is a sweet frag I can get behind and usually I dislike sweet frags. I'm starting to get a hint of Mugler Alien here also.

It also kicks the shit out of Eros and coincidentally is in the same style. Sweet semi-oriental fougere. Erosfags soon to be on suicide watch once Sculptureposting inevitably comes into full swing.

>> No.14819597

What are some good under 30usd winter fragances?
Im a thirld world pleb.

>> No.14819598

>>14819456
Depends. In my opinion, they are very interesting, unusual frags. Very natural smelling and good quality. That said, they’re usually not super complex and often not terribly wearable. If you’re a nichefag, they’re worth trying at least. If you’re looking for something to wear to the office or on dates or whatever, there are probably better options.

>> No.14819602

>>14819399
I'm not sure if he wrote on Nasomatto, but he's very, very sassy about its sisters brand Orto Parisi. Typically he attacks all of 'concept fragrance house' like Orto Parisi, Les Liquides Imaginaires, Imaginary Authors for being marketing hype jobs. He also hates the elite exclusive stuff like Roja. I'm not sure if there's a single Roja fragrance that would get rated better than 1-2 stars. He's bitter 1-2 sentences lapidary reviews of Roja are hilarious. Almost like Dove would slept with his wife or something. Eugenius will never get to this level.

>> No.14819605

>>14819499
I said a few threads back, Jeremy doesn’t actually understand any of the stuff he reads. The books are just an affectation. Watching him “speed read” just reinforces my opinion. Not only does he not understand, he probably isn’t even digesting anything he reads. He’s basically just wasting money buying books.

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What are some good places in NYC to try out all of these fragrances?

>> No.14819612

>>14819580
Kek, how can one don't love this guy.

>> No.14819617

>>14819602
His* sorry for typos
>>14819580
I lost it at 'Albert Bierstadt paintings'

>> No.14819618

Any website for cheap designer fragrances in Europe besides Notino and Allbeauty?
Thanks.

>> No.14819625

>>14819597
Nikos sculpture

>> No.14819630

>>14819580
>>14819602

Please post any Orto Parisi reviews if you can. Thanks to both of you anons for clarifying

>> No.14819631

>>14819602
Luca Turin is basically a published shitposter. God bless that man.

>> No.14819637

>>14819607
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEbpycwsu6I
Street Scents!

>> No.14819650
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>>14819630
You can download his books yourself from gen (dot) lib (dot) rus (dot) ec

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>>14819650
This is a top kek, as Seminalis *definitely* stands out of the crowd

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>>14819652

>> No.14819655

>>14819605
He has the most surface level understanding of the world imaginable. He just thinks smart guy read book knowledge. He can’t possibly interpret or analyze anything he’s reading. Not to mention with his speed reading, he’s literally just picking out a few random words each page.

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>>14819654
M-m-monster kill. I love everything in this short review. From epic fail of bullshit niche to stuff that smells like what they cleans the toilets on a TGV train.

>> No.14819660

>>14819650
Luca’s such an asshole. I love him.

>> No.14819664
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>>14819659
His reviews of Roja are truly gems. He can clearly see through all the marketing and price tag targeted at new petro money middle easterners who go to Harrods with their 10 wives.

>> No.14819673
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>>14819664
In most of his Roja's reviews he even refuses to acknowledge them as perfumes worthy of writing more than 3-4 words about. And we're speaking here of a fragrance that costs £700 per bottle.

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>>14819673
I'd love to see Roja Dove's reaction when reading these. He reviewed I think around 20 of them in the new edition not dedicating more than a paragraph of text to reviews of all of them altogether.

>> No.14819687

>>14819210
Why is he filming himself only with his underwear on?

>> No.14819696
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>>14819683
This is Luca's take on one of the Eugeniu's favorites.

>> No.14819701

>>14819687
he thinks it will get him laid

>> No.14819707

>>14819701
Let's be honest, it probably will.

>> No.14819712
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>>14819696
But then again, if you look beyond all that sass, Luca's one of the most knowledgeable and down to earth people in fragrance world and you can learn a lot.

>> No.14819741

>>14819580
He doesn't even mention the strawberry

>> No.14819757

>>14819741
y'know Ebert admitted he never saw Terminator but he reviewed it on Siskel and Ebert

>> No.14819765
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>>14819712
Also, his essays in the beginning of his two books are one of the most valuable resources to learn something more about perfumes. Have you ever been confused by the whole 'head-heart-base' business? You had the right to be, as many, many fragrances nowadays are just pretty much linear. I'm going to stop Lucaspamming now.

>> No.14819769

>>14819765
What's his favourite fragrance?

>> No.14819777

>>14819765
What's the fragrance that evolves the most over its wearing for you guys? For me its Chypre Palatin.
>>14819769
I think I read he wore LDDM on his wedding

>> No.14819781
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For me it's Chance by Chanel

>> No.14819785

>>14819781
Based roastie

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>>14819785
:3

>> No.14819795

>>14819777
Zoologist Rhino was pretty crazy once the pine kicked in all of the sudden

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>>14819769
Pour Un Homme Caron and Mitsouko apparently. If you mean what fragrances did he rate 5/5 then give me a second.
>>14819777
>Chypre Palatin
Based. Checking these trips, too.

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>>14819797
Here are 20 5-stars from 2008-2018. Then in the 2008 edition of the book he awarded 100 5-stars.

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>>14816726

>> No.14819814

>>14819795
Yes, Victor from Zoologist does really good job on constructing distinguishable 3 phases in his fragrances.

>> No.14819835

>>14819701
>>14819707

Jeremey sees escorts there was a controversy about it for a while

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>>14819781
dear roastie i see you spamming this on every thread.
I have some questions. Are you attractive, do you consider yourself attractive? Do you look anything like pic related? why do you post this in every bread?

>> No.14819842
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>>14819803
Here are 5 stars awarded to fragrances created before 2008. Does anyone see their favourites on either lists? L'Air du Desert Marocain, Azzaro PH, Bvlgari Black, Dior Homme, Eau Sauvage, Habit Rouge, Invasion Barbare, New York, Secretions Magnifiques (kek), TImbuktu, Yatagan seem to be discussed here regularly, so good luck /frag/ on having taste.

>> No.14819850

>>14819814
Ah yes the three zoologist stages

1 Of fuck that’s nasty
2 Get me the soap
3 Oh shit I can still smell it

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>>14819630
Here's a sweet and short on

>> No.14819865
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Is this one of you cheapskates? Otherwise I'll tell him to find a cheaper hobby.

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>>14819857
Some machine gun reviews of Macy counter shit

>> No.14819879

>>14819865
You know I kind of want to sell off half the contents of my expensive bottles that I will never finish. Is it worth it?

>> No.14819883

>>14819879
That's what I do to keep the budget under the control. Selling stuff that I don't reach often and decanting stuff that I like but there's no way I'm going to go through a bottle in 3 years (by then my taste will probably change completely anyway).

>> No.14819908

>>14819865
Maybe you’ve sold to me my avatar is George Constanta with a wig on

>> No.14819910
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>>14818574
Testing this. Kind of reminds me of a plug in air freshener. Not a big fan.

>> No.14819918

>>14819910
I tested it. I generally regard Armani's Prive line quite highly (salty vanilla of Bleu Turquoise is brilliant) but this was just very sweet amber for me, evolving into an almost comically sweet vanilla custard drydown.

>> No.14819930

>>14819918
I looked up my fragrantica notes and you should try Myrrhe Imperiale if you want a sweet amber scent out of this line. As far as I remember it was better by a mile. Gorgeous sweet resins with dry down bringing the vanilla-saffron quality out of it.

>> No.14819933

>>14819842
This gives me the feeling that he is the Scaruffi of perfumery

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YES HELLO CIA?? THERES A BIG GUY BEING A LITTLE TOO BASED!

>> No.14819938

>>14819933
>>14819933
I get where it's coming from but that's not very accurate. They're both reviewers sharing an academic background who can have a sharp tongue but that's pretty much where the similarities end.

>> No.14819945

>>14819935
Audible kek

>> No.14819949

Anybody have any experience with Bois 1920. Also I'm headed to Epcot Tuesday and would like some tips as to what fragrances to hit up. I've bought penhaligon and acqua di Parma from there already. Any bit of help would be nice!

>> No.14819952

>>14819949
Must have been marked up super high why would you do that. Also gtfo Orlando were full

>> No.14819955

>>14819949
>Bois 1920
Check Sushi Imperiale, Real Patchouly, Le Voluttuose, Relativamente Rosso

>> No.14819963

>>14819918
>>14819930
Your description is better than mine. Its very simple and overly sweet. I only got the decant because it was super cheap and had a good fragrantica rating. I'll keep those two in mind though.

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>>14819935
That is not based. This is based.

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>>14819839
stop calling me roastie ;_;
>are you attractive
i've been told im pretty but i dont get hit on every where i go or asked to model or anything. i don't feel very pretty but im really insecure.
>do you look anything like pic related
no im very short and skinny
>why do you post this is in every thread
to spread the good word anon
bascially i look a little like this but not nearly as pretty :(
im not posting pictures of myself tho if thats your next question or asking for feet or something !

>> No.14819970

>>14819425
Cheap poison frag

>> No.14819974

>>14819952
Lol no you silly. Matter of fact I copped the original brown bottle and square packaging for vaniglia at before it changed and the price went up. Like literally days before it happened. I don't know why people believe this?
>>14819955
Hey thanks a lot. I saw that Barney's is having a big store wide sale and I saw this line. I want to buy something tonight but I also want to see what that black Friday sale is gonna look like!

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>>14819969
Listen here little baby girl...

>> No.14819977

>>14819955
>Sushi Imperiale
I actually just blind bought this since it was so cheap. Hope its good.

>> No.14819981

Third based thread in a row? I don't recognize you /frag/ lately.

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>>14819664
>>14819673
>>14819683
>me reading these

>> No.14819986

>>14819344
Egoiste, because it's mine and you're not allowed to wear it.

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>>14819976
anon you're making me kind of uncomfortable ... we can be friends but please dont be creepy okay!?

>> No.14820003

>>14819993
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5hAidcPG_lM

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>>14819993
as long as you contribute to fa's culture youre fine by me
>>14820003
based

btw does anyone else love sniffing women?

>> No.14820016

>>14820011
Damn ngl Thierry Wasser is hot

>> No.14820033
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SNNNNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

>> No.14820035

>>14819969
You probably look like my girlfriend, and i think she is cute. You can stay.

>> No.14820036

I have extremely dry skin no matter what I do, and it only gets worse as we head into winter each year. What's something that works well with dry skin, especially in the fall/winter?

>> No.14820039

>>14819938
Secretions Magnifiques is like Trout Mask Replica.

>> No.14820052

>>14819993
Question: what frag would you say most smells like your panties after a long day at work?

>> No.14820063

>>14820033

Im nasomatto shill and I have unironcally smelled everything but BA.

>>14820036

Use a fragrance primer. It is a game changer

>> No.14820076

>>14820039
Good comparison

>> No.14820082

>>14819664
One needs to note here that Fetish is the only one Roja Dove fragrance that got 3 stars.

>> No.14820083

>>14819781
ok roastie

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>>14820033
SNIIFFFS IN YOUR PATH

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Have any of you jumped into DIY yet?

I was kind of hoping it would be as easy as adding an essential oil or molecule to an alcohol perfume base....but I keep hearing about how fragrances need things like hedione.

really I just want basic cedar/grapefruit smell


t;'dr can i just add cedar absolute to perfumer's alcohol and smell like cedar trees.

>> No.14820128

I have 8 pounds of beef jerky coming on Thursday. What frag for this feel?

>> No.14820142

>>14820128
Imaginary Authors Bull's Blood

>> No.14820148

>>14820124
I want to make perfumes that smell like strong weed

>> No.14820150

>>14819970
kek, eroscoomers in damage control mode just like I predicted.

>> No.14820169

>>14820148
Go find a skunk

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>>14820124
See if this works. Or follow Peter's simple recipe and modify it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlxnEVTORTg
He already has cedarwood in it. You can play around with the other EOs and see what happens.

>> No.14820185

>>14819993
>she doesn't know the meme

You have to learn the memes otherwise you cant be here. I studied the memes for YEARS before I started posting and you think you can come in here with your tits and your vagina and just start posting la Dee da??? I got news for you honey- YOU CANT

>> No.14820191

>>14820063
>Use a fragrance primer. It is a game changer
Mind explaining? I'm still pretty new to frag. What is a primer? What does it do?

>> No.14820196

>>14820185
This. I have a PhD in memeology from Cambridge, myself. You can’t be a layman here, it’d be like being a German dude at a British social gathering.

>> No.14820220

>>14816850
Wasn't a fan, myself. 2sweet4me.

>> No.14820224

>>14819993
Are you that /lit/ femanon?
Fav Shakespeare?

>> No.14820228

>>14820220
It is pretty fuckin sweet. I'm thankful that it's not a super cloying ethyl-maltol sweetness though, most of it is coming from coumarin.

>> No.14820232

>>14818694
post the TDH review, i've never read it

>> No.14820237

>>14819835
he's german, prostitution is legal

>> No.14820239

Is it just me or are these frag threads getting popular as fuck? haven't been here in a few months and these didn't seem this active before.

>> No.14820247

>>14820191

I use "canvas and concrete". Basically whats in liquid bandage if you have ever used it. Creates barrier on your skin so its chemistry and metabolism doesnt affect the frag. Enhances every aspect of the frag by about 25-30%.

>>14820237

Yes but rich good looking chad shouldnt have to pay. Chad fucks for free. Therefore, controversy

>> No.14820259

>>14820239
only thread on /fa/ worth lurking as people actually care
>>14820247
stop l.eddit spacing, it triggers me
anyway I hope Jeremy just told them to fuck off

>> No.14820261

>>14820228
I wanna get into DIY so I can identify what AC in Bentley Intense is super cloying to me.

>> No.14820266

>>14820178
thanks that saves me a ton of research - 'perfume-ize' is the exact idea I didn't know the word for

>> No.14820267

So lads for christmas i plan on getting nine girls in my church group sephora samples and a card for christmas ill give you their personalities and you guys can reccomend me some.

>1. Beck
Shes blonde hair blue eyes laid back, shes a vegetarian and is easy to talk to think altier since they are supposed to be about animal cruelty stuff
>2. lind
can be flirty decently extroverted easy to talk to but also can be inward and not want to be around people
>3. Mad
Blonde, Can be hard to talk to as she isnt much of a conversationalist, has a tendency to zone off into space overall bubbly and excitable
>4. Kenna
Black hair pale skin, shes my ex. Awkward, very attractive thinks shes funny but shes not very easy to talk to and very outgoing however the way she acts can make people not want to be around her liked prada candy night,not super invested in getting this one right since she dumped me
>5. Alan
No non-sense more masculine than most girls i know but in a good way, she is easy to talk to but will call you out on BS. Likes liquor so i think a boozy scent would be good here
>6. Bella
Black and stoic but easy to talk to and will keep secrets. Shes reliable and not vey emotional
>7.meg
Married quiet does not like carnal speech and is in general very reserved,dresses conservativly
>8.Fletcher
Bubbly but not in a super crazy way but rather in a reserved kind of way if that makes any sense shes like 27ish
>9. Jen
Likes to work out decently fit as far as our group goes and is married, a very mild demeanor. In her mid 20's
Also they are all in their early 20's unless otherwise stated

>> No.14820269

>>14820239
They've definitely gotten more active, but a lot of the people now are just shitposters trying too hard in their attempts to carve a personality for themselves. It's pretty pathetic.

>> No.14820272

>>14820267
no thanks

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>>14820261
I want to get into it too. Do you think if I dabbed dihydromyrcenol from perfumers apprentice or whatever on my neck I would get a rash? I probably need to dilute it in perfumers alcohol right? I bet if you just took dihydromyrcenol, calone, ambroxan captive, hedione, iso e, and some sort of fruit or citrus it would end up smelling like Sauvage or Office for Men kek

>> No.14820306

>>14820267
What kind of church?

>> No.14820314

>>14820247
Jeremy isn’t a Chad. Jeremy’s a tryhard, Chads don’t try, that’s kind of the point. They do whatever the fuck they want and pissy just gets thrown at them. Jeremy fancies himself a Chad, but he’s just too weird and insecure to pull it off.

>> No.14820318

>>14820314
Sure, he’s out chadded by Tom Ford but not the average person on the street.

>> No.14820325

>>14820306
non-denominational, the people in this group actually care about their faith which means giving people the gospel and abstaining from banging.

>> No.14820328

>>14819210
Fuck he is weird

>> No.14820331

>>14820318
He’s a Chad facade over an autistic building. If you’ve only just met him, sure, he may fool you, but it’s pretty obvious to anyone who observes him for any significant length of time that he’s a poseur.

>> No.14820348

>>14819344
Obsession smells like a retirement home

>> No.14820349

>>14820331
Normal chads are handsome autistic shells too have you ever talked to one

>> No.14820358

>>14819655
He's also doing it for show. It's all for show

>> No.14820378

>>14820349
They don’t play WoW or produce embarrassing boy band videos though.

>> No.14820379

>>14820378
>they don't play WoW
where have you been? I dont even play WoW and I know that some Chads play it. The same goes for Minecraft, Fortnite, and DnD.

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>>14816726
Y'all,
Nest Black tulip is great.

>> No.14820413

>>14820378
google henry cavill

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>>14817415

In a cold room, usually behind a closed door out of sunlight. Samples all chucked in a tin on the other side of the cupboard with all the boxes for full bottles.

>> No.14820540

>>14820378
>>14820379

Chad can do anything and still be chad. You misunderstand chad. Because chad is chad, he has immunity from anything that might affect girls liking him

>> No.14820543

STOP R.EDDIT FORMATTING

>> No.14820554

>>14820543
sorry, is this better?. I dont even go on reddit I just habitually space down because it looks cleaner double spaced. I write a lot in my profession its hard coded into me. Ill fix it anon just for you

>> No.14820561

>>14820554
Thanks. Gotta keep the old ways alive because once you let it slip it's gone forever

>> No.14820569

>>14820543
WHY??

>> No.14820636

>>14820349
So if that’s the case, why is it seemingly so desirable to be a Chad around here? Like, not even memeing, honest question. If they’re all autistic shells living shallow, meaningless lives, why should we want to be Chads? Is everyone here just an incel who thinks that the ability to get pussy is literally the only important thing in life? Is being a Chad a meme? I’m not sure I understand this whole thing.

>> No.14820649

New thread: >>14820645

>> No.14820659

>>14820649
Don't fall for meme thread

>> No.14820662

>>14820649
Nope.

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GENTLEMEN have you gotten a compliment today?

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