Dreamy Aquarius is the visionary sign of the Zodiac. Aquarians tend to be more interested in possibility and dreams than in concrete plans — something that's more staid Capricorn's style — and are often artistic types.
Call them seductive, sensuous or seriously suggestive, Perfume.com selects six scents that smolder.
We predict that deep purple perfumes will reign, so get on trend and start the New Year with scents with violet and iris as key notes
This holiday season transport yourself or the ones you love to exotic locales through the power of scent
Hey everyone, and welcome to this installment of the 'Fragrances of the Zodiac' post series! This month we're going to be looking at fragrances for Scorpios! Scorpio is the eighth sign in the zodiac, and is ruled by the planets Pluto and Mars. People born under this sign are known for their secretive, passionate natures — the Scorpion that symbolizes this sign is particularly apt; a Scorpio's shell is tough to get inside, and they can be vicious in defense of their secrets and the things they're passionate about. Scorpios are often
Whether they have been “Naughty” or “Nice”, there’s a scented gift to suit every budget.
To find your perfect scent , familiarize yourself with fragrance classifications. Florals, Fresh, Woody and Orientals are most popular
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
The slow march from summer into fall is upon us, and along with the changing leaves and cooler weather, it’s time to change your scent. Our Fall Favorites
Celebrate Award Winning American Perfumes (Part 2): Helena Rubenstein, Elizabeth Arden, Halston, Oleg Cassini, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren
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,