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Re: What is your One and Only Favorite Fragrance?

I adore pure grace. How do you get the fragrance to last?

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Re: What is your One and Only Favorite Fragrance?

Viva La Juicy

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Re: What is your One and Only Favorite Fragrance?

Fire and Ice by Revlon. I’ve worn it for years and still get compliments about it. 

 

 

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Re: What is your One and Only Favorite Fragrance?

Jour de Hermes Absolu is my favorite. I have bought this time and time again. 

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My favorite fragrance is  Youth Dew by Esteé  Lauder 🥰

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Tresor by Lancome

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Habanita, Molinard.

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Re: What is your One and Only Favorite Fragrance?

When I used to wear fragrance it was 'Inis' cologne spray; love the refreshing, clean, "green" scent.

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Re: What is your One and Only Favorite Fragrance?


@erichu wrote:

I adore pure grace. How do you get the fragrance to last?


 

@erichu:  Layering helps. Try Pure Grace lotion or body creme then apply the fragrance. 

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@Hedge wrote:

Charles of the Ritz  (original) 'Classic'

 

I don't think it's still being produced, so what I have is precious to me.

I see partially used containers like mine for sale on eBay. Sold by weight, and are quite pricy.

 

I'm very slowly using the last one I bought. (Sometime in the 70's)

It still smells great, and as a bonus, the scent reminds me of my husband.

 


@Hedge   Do perfumes last that long without going bad? Just curious. I would think the natural oils would go rancid after that many years?  Maybe someone can answer.