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Perfume blogger Katie Puckrik (photographed by Kimberly Metz, pictured in front of The Tadpoles of IC, ©Mark Hanson) is this week’s Nosy Interview: perfume patchwork, certain plastic, cannibal kissing.

Perfume blogger Katie Puckrik (photographed by Kimberly Metz, pictured in front of The Tadpoles of IC, ©Mark Hanson) is this week’s Nosy Interview: perfume patchwork, certain plastic, cannibal kissing.

"[Jasmine’s] volatile timbre is part of the flower’s factory settings, which in nature puff out a siren call that ranges from bubblegum, to fruit, to spice, to skin, to decay.  Where you fall on the insect-to-mammal spectrum will determine which olfactory tone qualifies as a ‘siren call.’…But with subsequent wearings, I’ve fully embraced Nuda’s gack factor, which worryingly puts me closer to dung-loving insect than sun-worshipping mammal.” —Katie Puckrik on jasmine
 ♥KP & her insect-to-mammal jasmine-appreciation spectrum

"[Jasmine’s] volatile timbre is part of the flower’s factory settings, which in nature puff out a siren call that ranges from bubblegum, to fruit, to spice, to skin, to decay.  Where you fall on the insect-to-mammal spectrum will determine which olfactory tone qualifies as a ‘siren call.’…But with subsequent wearings, I’ve fully embraced Nuda’s gack factor, which worryingly puts me closer to dung-loving insect than sun-worshipping mammal.” —Katie Puckrik on jasmine


 
KP & her insect-to-mammal jasmine-appreciation spectrum