A fun Twitter marketing scheme by Aqua Design Group caught my attention yesterday: the general idea is each week the twitter community are given 12 hours to self nominate for "King of" or "Queen of" their industry - those selected are announced as winners at the end of the period. As it happened when I spotted it I was just in the process of preparing for the launch of two new fragrances in the 1953 range by Pell Wall , which are based on coronation oil. That evidently struck a chord and I won! So now I'm officially:
#KingOf on Twitter and join in.
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Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Sunday, 26 May 2013
Top-notes of cut grass, green mandarin and clove are fresh and clean.
Quickly followed by a soft, powdery carnation scent with green notes of galbanum.
The base notes are a very complex amber and floral musk blend with olibanum and a prominent note of oakmoss.
Capturing the concept of the carnation more than imitating the scent it is immediately recognisable nevertheless.
A great fragrance to bring out the wit and bon vivant in you.
“The only way to deal with a temptation is to yeild to it”Oscar Wilde
If you have tried Green Carnation and would like to comment on it, please do so here. If not, why not buy some?
Saturday, 25 May 2013
This is a bright, clean, long-lasting fragrance suited to both men and women.
It opens with the orangy-citrus you’d expect supported with precious neroli, mandarin and tangerine.
At its heart are exotic spices, dark orange flower, petitgrain and a lasting fruity orange note.The base notes are a sophisticated blend of ambergris, frankincense, sandalwood and vetiver with a subtle note of leathery castoreum bolstering the dry-down.
If you have tried Orange Spice and would like to comment on it, please do so here. If not, why not buy some?
Some of the materials used in perfume can cause allergic or sensitising reactions in a small number of people. For those who suffer with such allergy wearing a perfume can be difficult, so I've set out to design perfumes with the minimum allergen content. It is of course impossible to be certain that any material will not cause a reaction in someone, but this is designed to give the minimum possible risk.
|Haiku by Pell Wall|
My first hypoallergenic perfume is also an unusual and interesting scent. Rich with tropical fruit and precious woods it is as distinctive as it is useful.
Haiku is designed to provide a light, fresh, clean and lasting, unisex scent with dominant fruity and woody notes and enough complexity to maintain interest without including ingredients liable to cause skin irritation even in those with very sensitive skins.
A scent for those who usually can't wear cologne or perfume.
If you have tried Haiku and would like to comment on it, please do so here. If not, why not buy some?
Friday, 17 May 2013
If you are in or near Shropshire in June, how do you fancy an evening of making your own perfume? I'm running a gently educational, but mostly fun evening putting together your own fragrance on Tuesday 11th June from 6pm.
At the Craft Café
2, Wellington Road,
With the Pell Wall Perfumer
Three and a half hours of tuition and practice plus you get to take home a bottle of perfume you have designed yourself.
£45 per person – price includes all the materials, an atomizer of your completed perfume and a glass of wine to enhance creativity.
Bring along a snack of your own to keep you going: it’s quite a long evening!
11th June 2013
6pm to 9.30pm
Booking is essential: you can either buy your place here or book at the Craft Café in person. If the event does not make the minimum numbers (4) or has to be cancelled for any other reason, you will get a full refund.