Olfactif, per usual, has discovered amazing scents to share with niche fragrance lovers this month.
Octoberâ€™s collection is titled, “Tis better to have loved.”
Included are scents from Yosh, Smell Bent and Imaginary Authors.
U4EAHH! from Yosh notes: pomegranate, aloe vera, cucumber, pear and water lily.
My first impressions: LOVE this! I absolutely love a pear note in perfumes. I find it to
be underutilized. This is a gentle, delicate and soft fragrance that I can see wearing for many occasions.
Walk of Shame from Smell Bent notes: overcast skies, the chill of cold concrete,
a waft of bodega blossoms, a bit of morning after musk.
I havenâ€™t tested this yet, so stay tuned!
Cape Heartache from Imaginary Authors notes: Douglas fir, pine resin, western hemlock,
vanilla leaf, strawberry, old growth, mountain fog.
My first impressions: LOVE this! Josh Meyer is the artist behind the fragrance. Heâ€™s got an amazing talent for combining notes that are unexpected, yet just WORK. Cape Heartache is soft fir, pine resin and hemlock that softens even more giving way to a sweet strawberry. This is lovely, and something Iâ€™d never thought to combine! It lasts on me for 6+ hours as well.
Have you tried any of these scents? What perfumes are you loving this month?