Ebony Wood

I’m my mothers daughter, lately I have been collecting perfumes. And they have to be unique or at least that not everyone is wearing. I usually use oil perfumes as they create a better and more unique scent with your natural body scent. As I said lately I have been collecting perfumes, I have got a few ones as present and my mum always has a box full of weird but good perfumes. Perfumes I have never even heard of before, but she goes after the tones and calculates how they are gonna be? She is weird.

Anyhow I bought a couple of perfumes from Zara, Jo Malone created a few new fragrance for Zara. Smell really nice and are affordable.
I went for Fleur D’Oranger and Ebony Wood.

Fleur D’Oranger is similar to one perfume I have had before from Rituals, Fleur D’Oranger has notes of: neroli, ylang yland and orange flower (orange blossom?). Fleur D’Oranger from Zara, it does smell like babies? You know this specific cologne they have for babies? Well in Ecuador we have this special baby perfumes (don’t ask me) and they smell similar. The perfume matches a sunny early spring kinda day.

Ebony Wood is also similar to another perfume I had years ago, the one I had was: Pomegranate Noir*. This perfume brings a lot of good memories, 2014 was all about that perfume. Ebony Wood, has peppercorn, clove and ebony wood notes. Not the same notes, but they are similar in terms of the woody touch. Because it is more spicy, for evenings rather.

I have so many perfumes, and I will continue to show my little collection of weird fragrances. One of my favorite perfume is, tobacco vanilla. Yes! Everything, but I use it a bit different and more for the evenings.

*Jo Malone – Pomegrante Noir scent notes:
Daring sensuality, encapsulated in scent. Ruby-rich juices of exotic pomegranate, spiked with pink pepper and laced with Casablanca lily. Warmed by temptingly-smoky guaiacwood and patchouli. Dark and enigmatic

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