Perfumes, Reviews,

Tauer L’air des Alpes Suisses review

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The newest Andy Tauer’s perfume wasn’t inspired by subtropical climates or deserts (unlike his previous masterpieces), but by his motherland – Switzerland, more precisely the Alps. As someone who lives in Switzerland too, spends almost every summer Saturday on hiking and already owns couple of other Tauer creations I knew

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Perfumes,

Trend alert: Mint in perfumes

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Years 2016-2017 in the perfume world were all about that yuzu note. James Heeley released his sparkling Note de Yuzu, Ermenegildo Zegna launched Talent (yuzu with citruses and black tea), and everyone was talking about Still Life in Rio from Olfactive Studio. Two years later it seems like a distant

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Perfumes in films,

Gangnam Beauty and Atelier Cologne

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Ever since the middle-school Mi-rea (played by Im Soo-hyang) was bullied for not fitting to the Korean beauty standards. So before entering the university she decides to go under multiple plastic surgeries. With a new face, slim figure and new school she hopes to finally start a ‘normal’ life. But

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Perfumes,

Best in iris – your choices part 1

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Another week and another perfume recommendation post. This time I asked you to recommend me something with a note of iris, which for the last couple of years seemed to be a number one floral note. And to be completely honest with you, I do own a fair share of

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Perfumes,

Best in rose – your choices part 1

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Some time ago I asked you through my Instagram account to recommend me rose perfumes and boy did you deliver! As comments were popping on the screen I realized that I do own couple of samples of your choice. Some of you also brought up fragrances, which I smelled years

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