Tag: oriental

  • How To: Personalise Your Perfume Intensity

    Thu, 19 June 2014 8:30AM

    You might have worked out your perfume personality – perhaps you adore full-bloom florals, or smouldering, spicy orientals or mouth-wateringly delicious gourmands. But that’s just one half of the story when it comes to wearing fragrance well. It’s also about knowing your style of scent strength. Are you the woman who wants her fragrance to walk… more

    Body & Fragrance / How To


  • Chanel Coco Noir

    Mon, 3 September 2012 11:33AM

    Love at first spritz! And then beyond, because this fragrance develops beautifully on the skin. It’s heady without being heavy. Sexy but also chic. Just like the perfect LBD!

    RRP $169


    Reviews (2)


  • 3 Wintery Beauty Buys that Will Work Even in Spring. As in, From Tomorrow!

    Fri, 31 August 2012 3:44PM

    When I saw this photo of Rosie Huntington-Whitely … I thought, that’s it! That’s exactly how I want to look right now! I didn’t mean it literally. Although if I woke up one morning looking a little more Rosie than I usually, uh, don’t, well, who would I be to complain? What I meant was that Rosie’s look… more



  • Gucci Rush EDT (50ml)

    Wed, 2 December 2009 3:53PM

    A spicy, oriental floral fragrance

    RRP $104.00


    Reviews (7)



  • Some Simple Science

    Tue, 24 November 2009 11:23AM

    I have a friend. Let’s call her Dee. She has beautiful olive skin, brown hair and brown eyes. When she wears an oriental fragrance, like say, Jean Paul Gaultier’s Classique, it smells incredible. When I, fair skinned and blonde, wear the same one, it’s borderline disaster. However when I wear Estee Lauder’s flower-power scent, Beautiful… more

    Body & Fragrance


  • La Prairie Life Threads: Gold EDP

    Thu, 15 October 2009 4:07PM

    A complex, seductive spicy/oriental fragrance with notes of tangerine, chinese plum, exotic pepper, rose, cedarwood, patchouli, vanilla, golden mryyh, imperial incense and lily of the valley

    RRP $210.00

    Reviews (0)



  • Benefit Crescent Row My Place Or Yours Gina

    Mon, 3 August 2009 11:27AM

    An alluring fragrance with top notes of pink pepper, bergamot and tangerine, middle notes of peony, wild raspberry and white lily, and base notes of patchouli, tonka bean and vanilla bean

    RRP $59.00


    Reviews (2)



  • Benefit Crescent Row Something About Sofia

    Mon, 3 August 2009 11:22AM

    A sweet floral fragrance with top notes of mango and freesia, middle notes of sheer lily, jasmine sambac and peony petal, and base notes of musk, white caramel and vanilla bean

    RRP $59.00

    Reviews (0)



  • Giorgio Armani ONDE Extase EDP

    Mon, 11 May 2009 12:51PM

    A fragrance inspired by the art of the geisha in Japan, with cedar, mimosa, jasmine, narcissus, bergamot and sesame absolute

    RRP $145.00


    Reviews (2)



  • Giorgio Armani ONDE Vertige EDP

    Mon, 11 May 2009 12:47PM

    A fragrance inspired by India, evoking the breathless palaces and temples, with frangipani, jasmine, pittosporum and patchouli

    RRP $145.00

    Reviews (0)



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