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Round-Up: Best of the Blogs July 11, 2006

Posted by scentbloggers in The Scented Round-Up: Best of Blogging.
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A round-up of the best in perfume blogging:

Bois de Jasmin takes a tour of Paris and interviews perfumer Ralf Schwieger, the creator of Hermes Eau de Merveilles, and Frederic Malle Lipstick Rose, amongst others:

“To be a perfumer, one must have curiosity and discipline. Being open-minded is a very important trait, and so is being able to take risk. Most importantly, one must not be overcome by frustration, which is an important part of a perfumer’s life,” notes Mr. Schwieger.

Estee Lauder’s Azurée body oil, made under the direction of Tom Ford is deemed lovely over at Perfume-Smellin’ Things * :

It is an indolent scent, sensual in a lazy sort of way, the smell of beautiful, tanned people, pleasantly fatigued by the sun.

*Disclosure – Perfume-Smellin’ Things is the site operated by editor Marina

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1. Shirley - July 11, 2006

I declare if there is not a pleasant scent emanating from my screen. 🙂

Blessings,

Shirley Buxton
http://www.writenow.wordpress.com

2. scentbloggers - July 11, 2006

Heh! The first comment! Hullo, and thanks Shirley. Hope you enjoyed the links 🙂

3. Wyrmiax - July 12, 2006

This is just what I need! Bookmarking it for sure.

4. scentbloggers - July 12, 2006

W,
Wonderful! And so nice to see you here!

5. IrisLA - July 15, 2006

Thank you for creating Scentbloggers! It’s wonderful to have a directory of bloggers’ fragrance reviews. I’ll be checking your site regularly.

6. scentbloggers - July 16, 2006

Iris, you’re very welcome. It was long overdue, and hopefully will provide a great resource for those who are looking for multiple opinions on a fragrance. Well, that’s the hope anyhow 😉


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