Abinoam Fragrances

Abinoam Fragrances

These scents are so unique and fresh!

  • I've mentioned before that I really do love beachy scents, especially if they smell something like suntan lotion. I also love drinks that smell like suntan lotion, too, but that's a different post that I might write up later! M... I've mentioned before that I really do love beachy scents, especially if they smell something like suntan lotion. I also love drinks that smell like suntan lotion, too, but that's a different post that I might write up later! My current summer scents are Bobbi Brown's Beach, Bond No. 9's Fire Island, and Monyette Paris. Love them all, and rotate them out every few days or so. As a quick sidenote, Fire Island seems to mix really well if you have to do a quick and/or unexpected self-tanner session. I don't know why, I just know it does. Okay, back to CB I Hate Perfume At the Beach 1966. The notes are listed as Coppertone (this makes me unreasonably happy), wet sand, seashell, driftwood and something called "boardwalk." These are blended with a new accord created just for this scent called "North Atlantic." This might be the very first scent I have ever purchased without actually smelling it.

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  • Bamboo Leaves, Japanese Green Tea, three varieties of Cedarwood, forest and just the merest hint of Incense. What more could a gal ask for?

  • Perfume is a matter of personal preference. What might, to someone, smell like a sweet summer day, might to another smell like wet dog. And besides, not everyone wants to smell like flowers or patchoulli or sweet fruit. Some peopl... Perfume is a matter of personal preference. What might, to someone, smell like a sweet summer day, might to another smell like wet dog. And besides, not everyone wants to smell like flowers or patchoulli or sweet fruit. Some people prefer the, er, earthy scent of, say burning maple leaves. It is a comfort to some, reminding them of crisp, fall days, and reminds them of nature in general. available in four varieties and sizes.

  • I love Le Labo for their whole philosophy, for their great stores, and their amazing scents. I love Rose 31, they say its roses for men, I would say its a rose fragrance for those people who don't like really florally scents. It's... I love Le Labo for their whole philosophy, for their great stores, and their amazing scents. I love Rose 31, they say its roses for men, I would say its a rose fragrance for those people who don't like really florally scents. It's got warm, spicy woody notes to counterbalance the rose, and I think its gorgeous for men or women. In the UK, these fragrances are now available at Libertys

  • Two reasons why I love this. One, the description makes me want to dive into this fragrance, as a substitute for diving into the Aegean itself. Two, I discovered it at Takashimaya in New York, which is one of my favourite stops fo... Two reasons why I love this. One, the description makes me want to dive into this fragrance, as a substitute for diving into the Aegean itself. Two, I discovered it at Takashimaya in New York, which is one of my favourite stops for fragrance shopping in the city. It's like a little oasis amidst the chaos of 5th Ave.

  • If I could only have one fragrance from Editions De Parfum, Musc Ravageur would be it. I mean, it's described as dark and dangerous, and elegantly depraved, which is more aspiration than reality on my behalf, but oh, the glorious ... If I could only have one fragrance from Editions De Parfum, Musc Ravageur would be it. I mean, it's described as dark and dangerous, and elegantly depraved, which is more aspiration than reality on my behalf, but oh, the glorious imagery it brings to mind. If you're in London, then stop by Les Senteurs in Belgravia and let Florian take you on a magical mystery tour of fabulous fragrance. I could lose myself for hours in there!

  • I'm not a mainstream fragrance kind of girl, so this is my idea of heaven: a testing kit of the Editions de Parfums perfumes. Of course it's not cheap, but then my tastes in fragrance rarely have been, and its worth paying for the... I'm not a mainstream fragrance kind of girl, so this is my idea of heaven: a testing kit of the Editions de Parfums perfumes. Of course it's not cheap, but then my tastes in fragrance rarely have been, and its worth paying for these divine creations. I don't love them all, but I'm intrigued by many of them. I do love, completely irrationally, Musc Ravageur, and have a growing appreciation of Noir Epices. If there is one of these left, then I'd like it!

  • Beautiful packaging, crafted fragrance using natural ingredients.