Article Title:Scent Sense's Christmas guide
Author or Credit:Scent Sense
Published on:19th December 2010 - 11:14 am
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Story ID:9711
Text:It still amazes me how all the years seem to merge together, crazy to think it's almost Christmas time, in fact it's only a few days away. If you're looking around for a gift idea fragrance is a good way to go, it's a beautiful gift to give, especially considering not a lot of people ever really buy it for themselves. Although you never really know what to get, or what that person you are buying for likes there are certain ‘safe scents' which are perfect to give, ones that pretty much just smell good no matter who is wearing it. So what do you look for when buying a gift? *Price/value *Design of the bottle *Scent Take your time and have a look around, scope out the prices - it's the best time of year to buy, many of the fragrance houses present their products in beautifully decorated boxes with bonus products which will cost you little or no extra. Some people struggle purchasing scent for another, this is understandable as fragrance is linked with emotion and some consider it a personal thing. Here is where the safe scents come in, these are tied into both the design of the bottle you are creating the personal bond between the fragrance and the wearer. Keep up with the Scent Sense blog by clicking here and find out everything you ever needed to know about fragrance!     Scent Sense - 19th December 2010
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