I am a breast cancer and cervical cancer survivor. I am a BRCA2 Mutation carrier. I've underwent many treatments and surgeries.
I now suffer from autoimmune conditions, but my spirit, heart and mind very active even though my body doesn't always want to cooperate. I love quality time spent with my husband, son and dog. I love music. I also love perfumes and fragrances - my hobby to collect, research and wear perfumes. My fave perfume house are Givenchy, Guerlain, Thierry Mugler, and Chanel. I also love "drugstore classic" and more affordable fragrances. I love Lush products... I'm a new Lushie, and already quite a little stash. I'm so into beauty and bath products. My faves are Shea Moisture, NYM, Maybelline, Revlon, Loreal, Too Faced - I would and do like to try everything! Since turning 50, I have been taking better care of maturing skin. I`m also always looking out for my hair. Chemo had left it thin, fine, and without proper moisture and tender loving care, it'll frizz and break.
I hope to gain a lot of knowledge here, to get takes on other's opinions and experiences. I hope I can lend some insights as well.
I am wondering why there are 4 exact. word for word reviews in a row - dated from Aug 6th 2016 to Sept 5 2016, all different authors ? I know it isn't a question about the product , I noticed it reading the reviews...
Yes, it can be strong. I hear what you are saying.
I would not call this "light" but would call it soft and fluffy lol
It`s the herbal of the lavender, a peppery rose, and floral like geranium, and carnations that can be strong and sharp - and those notes were used very often and common in perfumes of that era, even for young ladies , and might be considered strong now, but not then. Whatever notes that makes it powdery - might be iris or orris, can be a little too much.
Elizabeth V. asked, “Does anyone else think that it is a bit strong?”