I quite like taking the train, but I can’t seem to pass a train journey without someone sidling up to me and spilling their life story all over me a like a simmering cup of bitter coffee. And I didn’t even want coffee. I just wanted to do my crossword.
Here is something that didn’t happen. I had great plans to practice French conjugations, learn lots of new words, and speak nothing but French. Excellent resolution; poor execution.
Having a scent that defines a particular time in your life is an important decision. If a smell is going to remind you of a time, you want it to be a good smell. However, this doesn’t always work. My late teenage years are defined by the smell of a bad men’s aftershave, which my boyfriend at the time liberally splashed over his face.
It is not very easy to wear plaid, particularly when you are looking to adopt a look that is softer than you normally have. If you must wear plaid, make sure that you pair it with something that is feminine like skinny jeans or a bag that has ruffles on it.
It’s one of the reasons why I always end up buying full price Perfume from shops. I need to buy it when the mood takes me. I know I could probably get a better deal online, but there are few times in my life when I want Perfume, and it is always an impulse purchase.
However, there was another problem. The smell also reminded me of a certain time in my life, and whilst I enjoyed that part of my life, I don’t want to go back there. Resurrecting the scent, seemed too much like resurrecting the past, and I wanted to move forward, go on a new journey.
Considering the price is nearly $15.00, this one is just mediocre. The nice scent just does not make up for the lack of hold and the high price tag. Sorry L’Oreal, I love most of your products, but this one is just a loss for me. Pop that scent in a strong hold spray and you have a fan for life, till then, no.