Friday, 28 October 2011

L de Lolita Perfume Review

Would you like to step into the world of fairy tale fragrances with me....?


Lolita Lempicka is the pseudonym of Josiane Maryse Pividal, a French fashion designer. The pseudonym is meant to be an homage to the novelist Vladimir Nabokov famed for his novel 'Lolita' and the Art Deco painter Tamara de Lempicka.
The house of Lolita Lempicka was established in 1983, as a line of women's fashions, and Bridal designs inspired by fairy tales, princesses and the romantic fashions of times past.We can see that inspiration in her perfumes.
Take some time out and visit her site HERE 
Famed for it's fairy-tale unique bottles, Lolita lempicka has introduced us to the world of fantasy and enchantment through her remarkable scents. 

Lolita Lempicka

Today, I will be reviewing a beautiful perfume from her collection called L de Lolita. 

This is what Lolita has to say about this gorgeous perfume: A treasure from the depths of the sea: Like a randomly shaped pebble, the aquamarine bottle is in the form of a heart and beckons to be held. This jeweled bottle protects different treasures from the depths of the sea in its golden net…

A mythical mermaid protected by the sea 
After creating a fairytale for women, Lolita Lempicka transports us to a legendary world of a dangerously feminine myth. Between desire and abandon, it reveals an enigmatic femininity, that attracts and bewitches. "This is the fragrance that I have always dreamt of. The fragrance that is true to the memories of my skin gently kissed by the sun and the waves, it leaves a taste of salt on my lips, my everlasting fragance". Lolita Lempicka.

My Review:
I have this beautiful fragrance in a 10ml roller ball which comes in a vial that reminds me of gently lapping waves, the cap a golden net, and a beautiful bejeweled  L charm dangling from it of buried treasure under the sea.
 A whimsical work of art. This is the second perfume from designer Lolita Lempicka and is a combination of Bergamot, Bitter orange, Vanilla, Everlasting flower, Cinnamon bark, Tonka Bean, sandalwood and Musk. Like changing tides, the notes in this scent change seamlessly once applied. It is very well blended and the bitter orange and bergamot is creamy, not overpowering. I do get some warm cinnamon with just a hint of salted caramel. I must say the nautical theme in the advertisements and of the bottle is not misleading. There is a slightly salty note in this perfume that does remind you of the sea. I don't know where the salt is coming from, but the website says it's the immortal/everlasting flower that lends the perfume it's salty beachy note. The musk balances out the rich comforting vanilla sweetness of this enchanting perfume and lends a perfect finishing note. It's a deliciously sweet/spicy and comforting scent for when it's chilly outside. the longetivity is 10+ hours on me.
Perfume Category: Oriental Vanilla
Top Notes: Bergamot, Bitter Orange, Cinnamon Bark
Middle Notes: Everlasting Flower, Vanilla 
Base Notes: Tonka Bean, Mysore Sandalwood and Musk

Truly magical.....I think this perfume is exactly how a mermaid should smell like....

Images by google

Monday, 24 October 2011

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words.Featured Artist: Mahmoud Farshchian

This is my second post on Moments of bliss, where I share my favorite artists with my wonderful readers who I hope in turn will be able to unwind, admire and  draw some inspiration from the colorful worlds created by these artists. I'm afraid these posts cannot be enjoyed when you are in a rush. These posts are meant to be savored for their beauty and details and help you relax. So please, grab a cup of hot drink, exhale and  take some time out for a moment of bliss...
Mahmoud Farshchian born January 24, 1930 is a master of Persian painting and miniatures. He was born in the city of Isfahan in Iran, a place famed for its art and artists, and it was here where he started to learn art, painting and sculpting.
His masterpieces have been hosted by several museums and exhibitions worldwide. He's the most modernizer of the field of miniatures, an art form which was first established in Ancient Persia, and later spread to China and Turkey and other Middle eastern countries.
Guiding Star


'See Morgh: The Last Breath Of Phoenix'


Bolbol Nightingale

Being an Image on Screen of Being

The Dawn

'Shelter', Imam Ali with his children right after Bibi Fatima's Demise

Born In the Kabbah
Birds and Fish.The Fifth Day of Creation
'Chaste' Prophet Joseph
But Why
Divine Manifestation

Four Seasons
Burning Illuminates

Farewell Hafez

Hafez Deep Light


The Hunt

To be Alive
Yet She is All Smiles
Oh God

Imam Reza, Guarantor of the Gazelle 

'Brotherhood' Anti Racism 

Coming of Spring


Crystal Ball Of Vision

A Sip In Turn

Game of Polo Chogan


The World Beyond

Midnight Repose

Moonlight Embrace

Morning Star
The Prophet Abraham


Night's engulfing Magic

Sohrab and Gurdafarid (Shahnamay)

Sorrow and Joy
Sounds of Creation

Spirits Beckoning

The Distant Drummer, Rumi Dark Orange
The Hoary man
The third Adventure of Rostam Shahnamay
Mahmoud Farshchian

All this time
The Sun never says to the Earth,

"You owe me."

What happens
With a love like that,
It lights the whole sky.” -Hafiz (13th Century Persian Poet)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...