New Product Alert and Review and Gift Idea, Hayari Parfums Paris, Eau de Parfum Goldy the very definition of luxury 8 May 2013
New Product Alert and Review and Gift Idea ~ Hayari Parfums Paris ~ Eau de Parfum Goldy the very definition of luxury
This woody-powdery fragrance create by Robertet’s Dorothee Piot (the Nose behind Amouage memoir Women) evokes a wealth of influences, including glamorous vintage couture, refinement and extravagance, the very definition of luxury.
- Top Notes: Mugwort, Rosemary
- Middle Notes: White Jasmine, Narcissus, Orange Blossom
- Base Notes: Sandalwood, Musc,cedarwood
Makeup Addict feels romantic, sophisticated and alluring when I am wearing my Hayari Parfums Paris’ Goldy Eau de Parfum. Hayari Parfums Paris is just introducing Goldy Eau de Parfum, along with Broderie Eau de Parfum. They complete a fabulous trio that they have created. I have received a very generous sample of Goldy Eau de Parfum and I actually feel different when I wear it. It definitely adds an ‘air’ of class. I hate to embarrass myself — but I have no idea what Mugwort is – but I do not think I can judge it by its name. It sounds terrible. Yet, it is one of the top notes to Goldy, while the other top note is Rosemary. These two are a killer combination for absolute beauty. The White Jasmine adds a little kick as do the other notes. The result is an incredible gorgeous fragrance that is soft and gentle – yet very beguiling. It is hauntingly exquisite while at the same time it wears nicely during the day. . . works well at luncheons. People were adoring it before, during and after the event. I find it to be quite intoxicating and I found others who felt the same. This is just one third of Hayari Parfums trio — I cannot wait to get my hands on Broderie also. What a terrific Mothers’ Day present Hayari Parfums Paris’ Goldy Eau de Parfum would make!! For that matter it would make a wonderful gift for any occasion!!
Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring mothers and motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in March or May. It complements Father’s Day, a similar celebration honoring fathers.
The celebration of Mother’s Day began in the United States in the early 20th century; it is not related to the many celebrations of mothers and motherhood that have occurred throughout the world over thousands of years, such as the Greek cult to Cybele, the Roman festival of Hilaria, or the Christian Mothering Sunday celebration. Despite this, in some countries Mother’s Day has become synonymous with these older traditions.