That’s one of my favorite locations in game!! the fields of flowers are so pretty and relaxing there 😀 (it’s also a great spot to spawn timber wolves if you need them for naturalist 😉 Also love the outfit!! ^_^ In October We Wear Pink Breast Cancer Unicorn Toddler Kids T-Shirt Ohhh that explains it! Thank you so much for letting me know! I thought I was a little crazy even though I could very clearly see the scent name/company name on the label Thank you so much for all these! I’m super interested in getting a sample of As the world falls down. Something with a snow note, AND no mint or trees? Yes please!
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I also want to mention that I’ve accumulated this perfume over the course of three years. Please don’t think you need this much perfume.In October We Wear Pink Breast Cancer Unicorn Toddler Kids T-Shirt This is meant to be a resource for those interested in SSE. Thank you for taking the time to write these reviews up! I’m new to SSE and have only tried a few scents but I really love what I’ve tried so far (Solavellan is so good). I’m interested in a number of the scents you’ve reviewed and this is very helpful. I’m glad to hear that! 😀 Ooh I’ve been meaning to give Solavellan a try! What’re your thoughts on it if I may ask?
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Oooh wow I love this! Such a cool and informative review. I had almost the opposite experience from you on almost every scent but I so wished SSE worked on my skin because the ones that do work are gorgeous. Sugar Sugar went almost entirely floral sugar, and Lolita was such a gorgeous orange until it just went full floral on me too. In October We Wear Pink Breast Cancer Unicorn Toddler Kids T-Shirt My personal favorite is Drink Me – such a shame it was limited edition! The ice cream and cherry morphing on that one is truly magical. It’s crazy how skin chemistry can change things! That’s so strange with the florals 😳 Wow Drink Me does sound lovely!