Perfumes&books, books&perfumes and some redhead musings
:* :* Thank you!
Filled it out. One thing I'm curious about: Am I really really rare in not caring all that much about sillage, projection, or longevity in a perfume? These tend to be things that people complain about with natural perfumes, and I generally shrug. :) I'm just as happy for a perfume to finish its cycle and fade in a couple of hours; I can start the cycle over again or wear something else.
No problem Bellatrix. :)
CF, I've been thinking about that too. I never discuss sillage and longevity in my reviews and honestly I don't even pay much attention to it. The fact that I don't think in such terms only became clear to me after I read many reviews that do take that into account.Unless it disappears in under half an hour, I don't really notice the longevity. Nor do I judge the quality of a perfume by it.