The Beauty of Scent, Scrutinized for Pleasure

Friday, April 15, 2011

Starting something new: Weekly Scent Round-up! [April 9-15]

I've been wanting to do this for some time, and decided today is the day I start! I'm going to follow several of my blogging friends and do a weekly round-up, specifically relating to scent. Narrowing it down to fragrance will make it seem like a little less daunting of a task to start out.


It's been Blue Week at EauMG this past week (and it's Autism Awareness Month). Head over there to read her review of a cyborg amber, Montale Blue Amber.

At Scent Less Sensibilities, Tarleisio tells a captivating tale of a Roman holiday involving Puredistance Antonia.

I lived vicariously through Olfactoria's Travels this week, as she sashayed her way through fragrant adventures in one of my favorite cities, London.

Shock and horror is beheld at Beauty on the Outside... is Miss Dior no more?

Persolaise gives us his assessment of Andy Tauer's newest fragrance, Zeta. It sounds like it might be the perfect scent for Spring.

At All I Am- a Redhead, Keiko Mecheri's Scarlett is given a second chance, and the results are worth it. Her story serves as a reminder to give our sample collections another go 'round.

4 comments:

  1. How nice of you to do! A great recap for the week. Love it.

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  2. Thank you for the link! :)
    I love it that perfume taught me something I guess I knew but now feel I finally accepted and live it. Second chances are sometimes worth it (and third) and then you are rewarded for your patience (I still need to work on the patience part though). ;)

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  3. Every week I am looking at your suggestions. Love your blog.

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  4. Thank you for the link, Carrie! :)
    For once there were actual travels involved in Olfactoria's Travels...

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