Posts Tagged: subjectivity

Sienne l’Hiver and what’s in a name

Writing a perfume blog can be quite claustrophobic at times. There are so many perfumes that I have and so many samples and so many ways to approach a perfume. It is like an unexpected gift when things I read

Sienne l’Hiver and what’s in a name

Writing a perfume blog can be quite claustrophobic at times. There are so many perfumes that I have and so many samples and so many ways to approach a perfume. It is like an unexpected gift when things I read

How to Judge a Good Perfume From a Bad Perfume | Christophe Laudamiel | Straight from the Perfumer’s Nose

How to Judge a Good Perfume From a Bad Perfume | Christophe Laudamiel | Big Think. A very interesting approach on how a perfumer judges quality in perfume. Essentially it is a highly subjective process where things like originality, complexity

How to Judge a Good Perfume From a Bad Perfume | Christophe Laudamiel | Straight from the Perfumer’s Nose

How to Judge a Good Perfume From a Bad Perfume | Christophe Laudamiel | Big Think. A very interesting approach on how a perfumer judges quality in perfume. Essentially it is a highly subjective process where things like originality, complexity

The question of art

This is first for me. I am not posting about a perfume but I would like to draw your attention to this amazingly written post by Sherapop. I usually post everything perfume related that I enjoy reading on my Pinterest

The question of art

This is first for me. I am not posting about a perfume but I would like to draw your attention to this amazingly written post by Sherapop. I usually post everything perfume related that I enjoy reading on my Pinterest