The first bottle of perfume I owned was called LouLou Cacharel and came in a hideous blue and red bottle. It was a gift from a family friend who had brought it home Paris. I imagined her selecting this fragrance especially for me from some French perfumery. Google tells me it was readily available in drugstores in the late 1980s.
LouLou was too mature for me. I was only twelve or thirteen at the time and it was very powdery and spicy. I would dab a little on my wrists for special occasions but mostly watched the bottle collect dust. Many followed thereafter like Dior’s Poison, Beautiful from Estee Lauder, Clinique Happy, and ck One.
I had quite the collection of fragrances but most were pretty terrible.
In most recent years, I have really only worn Pure Grace from Philosophy. It is clean and crisp. I needed something to negate the years of wearing the over-powering citrus notes in ck One.
Perfume Subscription Boxes
The Difference between Scent Trunk and Scentbird
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So you now know my first perfume and to never ever rub your wrists together. Tell us what your first signature fragrance was and if you’ve ever tried either of these perfume subscription boxes.