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Hey everyone!  Welcome back to the "Fragrances and the Zodiac" post series!  This time, we're going to focus on the sign Libra, which, as of this posting, has just begun.  The Sun is in Libra between September 23rd and October 23rd, and is symbolized by a set of scales.   Some of the most iconic film stars and musicians from Rita Hayworth to Talib Kweli are Libras, and this comes as no surprise, as Libras are often lovers of art, music, and poetry.  Romantics at heart, fair-minded Libras are the

We continue to pay tribute to great American perfumes, and their creators. All were pioneers in their day and brought to perfumery their distinctive style. Their fragances have become legendary, worn by discerning men and women throughout the world. Helena Rubenstein and Elizabeth Arden (L) Helena Rubenstein and Elizabeth Arden had a rivalry that was so cut throat; they have turned it into a Broadway musical “War Paint”. They never met but absolutely hated each other. They were both immigrants, arriving to this country in the early 1900s.  When they began their careers,

Hey everyone!  It's time again for another edition of Fragrances of the Zodiac.  We're a tad late this month but don't worry!  It's not too late to get the Cancer in your life the perfect fragrance for them, based on their zodiac sign. Cancers are sensitive souls, who often love art, a good meal, and deep, caring emotional connections.  Unlike the dark and intense Scorpio later in the year, a Cancer as a water sign is a little more of a homebody or a homemaker — think the stereotypical Mom friend.  They're

Hey everyone! Last month, I talked about perfumes and colognes that can be associated with the zodiac sign Aries. Well, last Thursday, the sun transitioned from the constellation Aries to the next sign in the Zodiac, Taurus the Bull. I have a lot of Taurian folks in my life, so I can definitely say that these folks make great, steadfast friends, and have a taste for high quality things in life. As such, I can recommend only the best in return. If you have a friend or loved one whose

The sails of Cleopatra’s barge were drenched in perfume oils as she made her way down the Nile to meet Mark Antony. The Empress Josephine doused the rooms of Malmaison with her personal scent so that Napoleon could not, would not forget her. At Perfume.com we believe it wasn’t Helen of Troy’s face that launched 1000 ships…it was her perfume. This Valentine’s Day it’s all about kiss and smell. Bulgari Jasmine Noir Jasmine perfumes contain indoles, aroma chemicals that are erotic and narcotic. One of the perfume oils that soaked Cleopatra’s

The famous fashion Coco Chanel once said, “A woman’who doesn’t wear perfume has no  future.”  So ring in the New Year and  make a resolution to wear a new fragrance. Your future will smell wonderful Worth Je Reviens when translated from the French means “I am returning”,  symbolizes both the past and the present.  Created in 1932, Je Reviens is one of the rare perfumes to focus on narcissus. Sparkling aldehydes and spicy clove meet in a fragrance she will return to again and again. Kick up your heels with Royal

Tick…tock…that’s the sound of the clock reminding you that there are still those hard to please people (and oops, the folks you forgot) on your gift list. Don’t despair; Perfume.com is chock full of great fragrance ideas. Your boss who has been hinting that there just may be a holiday bonus this year: Remind him that your contributions helped the department stay in the Black with Polo Black, a sophisticated  scent with  that is warm and woody for the man  in charge. For her Tom Ford Black Orchid, is a

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