This Winter, Don’t Just Sit by a Crackling Fire. Smell Like It, Too.

“I bloom indoors in the winter like a forced forsythia,” the author and naturalist Annie Dillard wrote in 1973. “I come in to come out.” Winter, as a season, is all about being inside — physically and metaphorically. It is about regrouping, hunkering down, searching internally for inspiration. Fragrance is all about bottling our deepest desires and selling them right […]

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This Winter, Don’t Just Sit by a Crackling Fire. Smell Like It, Too.

“I bloom indoors in the winter like a forced forsythia,” the author and naturalist Annie Dillard wrote in 1973. “I come in to come out.” Winter, as a season, is all about being inside — physically and metaphorically. It is about regrouping, hunkering down, searching internally for inspiration. Fragrance is all about bottling our deepest desires and selling them right […]

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5 Women On The Most Surprising Thing They Do With Perfume

Perfume is one of those things that’s so personal and memorable. I still remember my first encounter with it: My great aunt had a collection of fragrances that she kept on her windowsill. When we’d spend time together on Sundays, she’d let me play with the artful bottles, and one by one, I’d test each out on a different spot […]

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You’re storing your perfume all wrong… and these are the other beauty products that could suffer in the heatwave

And although we're getting used to our make-up melting off our faces by midday, it turns out the way we're storing our perfume bottles and everyday make-up could be making all the difference… 1. Perfume We get it, nothing looks more Instagram-worthy than a collection of perfume bottles all lined up in your bathroom. Or your bedroom window sill for […]

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