Tuesday, April 29, 2008

One Sentence Perfume Review: Iris Poudre, Frederic Malle Editions de Parfums























Like a pretty girl with a fine education and no sense of humor.


Notes per Basenotes: Bergamot, Orange, Rosewood, Ylang-Ylang, Carnation, Magnolia, Jasmine, Muguet, Violetta-Rose, Aldehydes, Iris, Musk, Amber, Vanilla, Sandalwood, Ebony


The Virgin Reading, Vittore Carpaccio, 1505-1510. Image from Web Gallery of Art.

5 comments:

chayaruchama said...

Bad, bad dog.
Someone ought to buy you a muzzle, I swear.

[ I always thought that it was kinda like Arpege, without a blood transfusion, myself...SHHHHH !]

Kisses to you.

BitterGrace said...

Well, it does have a classic beauty, no question. It just doesn't have any wit.

Renee said...

We are not amused.

*grin*

Perfumeshrine said...

Oh, darn, and I was nodding my head up till the "no" part. OK, it does not especially, I will give you that, but we can reserve some sense thereof for the wearer, all right? ;-)

BitterGrace said...

Oh, definitely, E. A wearer with a lively wit doesn't need to look for it in a perfume. Personally, I feel the need for a little humor to liven up my generally dour attitude ;-)

Did you like IP, Renee? Somehow it seems not so much your thing.