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SCENT OF A BAKER

Scent of a Baker Reviews  

See more reviews at my Fragrance Blog, www.MistressofScents.com 

Always more perfume and fragrant products reviews are always on the way. Do check the Archived Scent features for news on previous perfume launches and fragrances. You can also find other fragrant features of mine at www.basenotes.net 

Aromas from the kitchen, scent from the boudoir, flowers from the garden: fragrances everywhere....As a baker girl/chef, it is no surprise that I am seduced by scent. In addition to working with fragrance and flavors in the bakery and kitchen, I also dabble in candle making, personal and custom perfumes, and hand milled soaps as well as home fashioned incense and potpourri. I am happy to share what I also sleuth out in the way of the best in special and unique scents (in toiletries, perfumes, aromatherapy oils, soaps, cosmetics, and incense) for my BetterBaking.com visitors. Sometimes, I stray to related niceties, such as books on the subject, or chimes, and other softer-side-of-lifestyle products. Here is where you will my reviews and special discoveries on scent, perfumes, soaps, candles, home fragrance, cosmetics, even men's scents, and sometimes a recipe or two for potpourri, homemade cologne, vanilla or lavender sleep pillows. Scent of a Baker is an oasis for your senses and it is moving to
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May 2016 Great Gifts and Products for Spring
Perfume Review : Marina de Bourbon
Gold Canyon Candles and More
Vanilla Smoke by Mandy Aftel
Vanilla & Gourmands Perfumes
Perfume Review: Estee Lauder: Aerin Lilac Path
Perfume Review: White Linen, Estee Lauder
Perfume Review: Unconditional Love & Falling In Love, Philosophy
Perfume Profile: Oriens, Van Cleef and Arpels
Perfume Review: Womanity by Thierry Mugler
Perfume Review: Summer Essence, David Yurman
Perfume Review: Eau de Musc Narcisco Rodriguez

Perfume Profile: Estee Lauder Sensuous Nude

Marcy Goldman Wheat Siren Perfume Oil
Perfume Review: Jean Piguet Baghari and Fracas

Perfume Profile: Clean, Skin

Perfume Profile: Love, Chloe
Perfume Profile: Elizabeth Arden

Perfume Review: Narcisco Rodriguez
Perfume Profile: Angel Perfume, Thierry Mugler
Perfume Profile: Jean Paul Gaultier
Perfume Profile: Guerlain




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Cosmetics, Moisturizers, Lipsticks, Powders....and Pretty Things
Candles, Fragrant Oils, Essential Oils, Soaps, Aromatherapy Supplies
Hair Stuff, Treatments, Coloring, Shampoo, Etc. 
Pixie Glass Works Perfume Vials 
Home Ambiance Scents, Incense, Sachets, Potpourri and More
One Woman's Journey in Perfumes



 

 

  
 


Perfume Profile: Love, Chloe

Love, Chloe

Some scents remind you of things and times and some, instead remind you of feelings, moods and a sensibility of spirit. Chloe Love is one such perfume. It is a light, sweet and fresh but more an aura you wear than a perfume you spray on. The packaging itself is gorgeous, Chloe signature:  elegant, feminine – almost ravishing. The glass bottle is yesteryear and today, featuring a pinkish gold trim and a chain to attach the cap. It bespeaks wealth and a woman who has classic taste. In essence, the Love, Chloe aura is apparent even at a glance.

The essential notes:

Top Notes
Orange Blossom, pink pepper

Middle Notes
Iris absolute atop a bouquet of lilac, hyacinth, wisteria (which echoes the lilac in another accord) and heliotrope

Base Notes
Rice notes, heliotrope, vanilla, almond and musk
 
What does all this add up to? Love, Chloe is romantic, slightly wistful, like the memory of a lost tryst many springs ago wherein you left some fellow or he left you, before the love affair could quite blossom, leaving a sweet memory in its wake, the fleeting heartbeat of potential, along with the scent of your dignity and pride intact as you remember your elegant retreat. More than that, Love, Chloe, is one of those amazingly balance perfumes that incorporates sweet florals on a backdrop of musk in a way that is at once fresh and gently powdery so it is light and warm at the same time. It captures the scent and spirit of a boudoir after the woman who has done her femininity mis-en-place has vanished; overall it’s light but indelible. This is not a long-lasting perfume which makes it fine for day wear and first dates or a signature scent. The Orange Blossom (neroli by any other name) offers a cloud-like opening that paves the way for the florals and sweetness that follows. To me, this is a new classic.

 
 

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