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Hello guys, I hope you’re doing fine! In today’s post I’m going to talk to you about a product that came, recently, to my hands and made me a really good impression. I do not, usually, recommend you beauty or other stuff because I think it needs great responsibility when you address to someone in order to “pursue” him/her invest an amount of money (doesn’t matter how big) to buy something.

Nevertheless, I decided to make a reference to a beauty item and specifically a perfume that I tested. I’m talking about “Bleu Clair” from Fleur Parfumerie, a fragrance house based in Athens, Greece with worldwide distribution. Bleu Clair is a quite versatile scent for those days you can’t decide what to wear. Very fresh and vivid, it consists of almost masculine top notes, transformed into pure citrus, woodsy ones, after it settles.

This perfume will give you a clean breeze, quite lemony I would say and most importantly, it will never disappoint you. It’s the perfect solution for the difficult times, when you don’t know what to choose. Need an extra advantage? It’s pump! You don’t meet often such a good liquid dispersion. Last but not least, it’ s purity in matters of essence, since it doesn’t give you the feeling of diving in alcohol!

Give it a shot, it worths it…!

easy, breezy, lemony

easy, breezy, lemony

easy, breezy, lemony

Source: sgf

Γεια σας, ελπίζω να είστε όλοι καλά! Στο σημερινό post θα σας μιλήσω για ένα προϊόν, το οποίο ήρθε, πρόσφατα, στα χέρια μου και μου έκανε μια πραγματικά καλή εντύπωση. Δεν συνηθίζω να σας προτείνω προϊόντα ομορφιάς ή οτιδήποτε άλλο για τον απλούστατο λόγο ότι θεωρώ πως απαιτείται πολύ μεγάλη υπευθυνότητα, όταν απευθύνεσαι σε κάποιον, προκειμένου να τον “πείσεις” να διαθέσει ένα χρηματικό ποσό, μικρό ή μεγάλο, ώστε να αγοράσει κάτι.

Παρ’ όλα αυτά, αποφάσισα να κάνω μια αναφορά σε ένα προϊόν ομορφιάς και πιο συγκεκριμένα ένα άρωμα, που δοκίμασα. Αναφέρομαι στο “Bleu Clair” της Fleur Parfumerie, μια ελληνική εταιρεία με έδρα την Αθήνα και διανομή σε όλο τον κόσμο. Πρόκειται για ένα, πραγματικά, πολυχρηστικό και πολυμορφικό άρωμα, άκρως κατάλληλο για εκείνες τις μέρες, που δεν μπορείς να αποφασίσεις ποιο να φορέσεις. Άκρως δροσερό και ζωηρό, αποτελείται από, σχεδόν, ανδρικές νότες στη βάση του, οι οποίες, καθώς περνά η ώρα, μετατρέπονται σε νότες εσπεριδοειδών και μυρωδιές του δάσους.

Το εν λόγω άρωμα θα σας χαρίσει μια αίσθηση καθαρότητας, σίγουρα λεμονένια θα έλεγα, και το πιο σημαντικό, δεν θα σας απογοητεύσει, ποτέ. Αποτελεί μια ιδανική λύση για τις δύσκολες στιγμές, όταν δεν ξέρετε τι να διαλέξετε. Χρειάζεστε ένα επιπλέον πλεονέκτημα; Η αντλία του! Δεν συναντάς, συχνά, τόσο καλή διασπορά υγρού. Τέλος, η καθαρότητα της μυρωδιάς του δε σου δημιουργεί την αίσθηση ότι κάνεις βουτιά σε μια πισίνα με οινόπνευμα!

Δοκιμάστε το, αξίζει…!


new fragrance

The Luxury of Simplicity The new fragrance collection for women. A trip to create a fragrance. As you know the development of a luxury fragrance is a long way trip, generally lasting between 6 and 18 months. Each fragrance starts with a dream, inspiration from a real history or moments, an “orchestra theme” which can either take the form of a material base – the mix of two or three raw materials, like an initial note at the whole music project – or of an initial feeling, the desire to translate or convey a specific emotion. From there, the perfumers gradually build a full-scale composition, tinkering and problem-solving until a perfect balance is achieved.The challenge is to polish and perfect without losing the impact and personality of the original idea.

The Luxury of Simplicity The new fragrance collection for women.
New fragrance collection by FLEUR.

Luxury is not easy to define.

A luxurious experience can mean sumptuous, elegant and ratified. However, for us, luxury means hassle-free, pampered and reassured. Simplicity delivers the latter by making people feel confident that they’ve made the “right choice”—assuring them that they don’t have to second-guess themselves. Luxury products achieve this by doing the legwork for the customer, anticipating needs and exceeding expectations. They give the customer a simplified experience by foreseeing and removing customer burdens.

Complexity and unpleasant purchase surprises are so commonplace that eliminating them is a luxury. Consider a luxury vacation—elegant surroundings and comfort are essential but eliminating the fine print, removing hidden fees and simplifying choices are also part of delivering a feeling of luxury. Simplicity means shortening the distance between the customer and the company – whatever that takes. Delivering this type of simplicity is so rare that it warrants a premium price and delivers an exceptional experience.

The high-quality and creative ready-to-wear is identified as a luxury symbol. And it is, of course, from a business and brand placement point of view addressed to a high consumer range. I think this term has been changing its exclusive “richness symbol” meaning in time. As a matter of fact today we can meet people who wear any kind of luxury symbol without “looking” luxury. They only look rich. Because today luxury involves exclusiveness, nearly uniqueness, and not because it is addressed to few people because it’s special instead.

Luxury is research, the chance to experience new routes, to find new and not predictable or already seen solutions. Experimentations are luxury. And it’s a fortune finding them and being able to have them. There are for example dresses which really give you the feeling of luxury for the way they have been made, for the quality of manufacturing, whilst some other expensive and intricate work are just opulent. Same for perfumes, jewelry, accessories.

Craftsmanship is luxury.

A product is a luxe when it is handmade, tailored for few. Luxury meaning exclusiveness. Are status symbols luxury? Yes, sometimes.

The Luxury of Simplicity The new fragrance collection for women – find us on Facebook


Mother’s Day Celebrate.  Mother’s Day is always celebrated on the second Sunday in May. It’s not a federal holiday, however it’s widely celebrated as a special day to honor all mothers and motherhood. Together, let’s honor the women who raised us—and all the mothers who sacrificed for their children.

Mother’s Day History

While the Mother’s Day that we celebrate on the second Sunday in May is a fairly recent development, the basic idea goes back to ancient mythology—to the long ago civilizations of the Greeks and Romans.The Greeks paid annual homage to Cybele, the mother figure of their gods, and the Romans dedicated an annual spring festival to the mother of their gods.

Mothering Sunday 
In 16th century England a celebration called “Mothering Sunday” was inaugurated—a Sunday set aside for visiting one’s mother. The eldest son or daughter would bring a “mothering cake,” which would be cut and shared by the entire family. Family reunions were the order of the day, with sons and daughters assuming all household duties and preparing a special dinner in honor of their mother. Sometime during the day the mother would attend special church services with her family.

Julia Ward Howe
Here in America, in 1872, Julia Ward Howe, a famous poet and pacifist who fought for abolition and women’s rights, suggested that June 2 be set aside to honor mothers in the name of world peace. This happened not long after the bloody Franco-Prussian War after which Howe began to think of a global appeal to women.
The idea died a quick death. Nothing new happened in this department until 1907, when a Miss Anna M. Jarvis, of Philadelphia, took up the banner.

Anna M. Jarvis
After her mother died in 1905, Miss Anna Jarvis wished to memorialize her life and started campaigning for a national day to honor all mothers.
Her mother, known as “Mother Jarvis,” was a young Appalachian homemaker and lifelong activist who had organized “Mother’s Work Days” to save the lives of those dying from polluted water. During the Civil War, Mother Jarvis had also organized women’s brigades, encouraging women to help without regard for which side their men had chosen.  At the time, there were many special days for men, but none for women.
On May 10, 1908, a Mother’s Day service was held at a church in Grafton, West Virginia, where Anna’s mother had taught. Thus was born the idea that the second Sunday in May be set aside to honor all mothers, dead or alive.
Anna Jarvis, bombarded public figures and various civic organizations with telegrams, letters, and in-person discussions. She addressed groups large and small. At her own expense, she wrote, printed, and distributed booklets extolling her idea.
Her efforts came to the attention of the mayor of Philadelphia, who proclaimed a local Mother’s Day. From the local level she went on to Washington, D.C. The politicians there knew a good thing when they saw it and were quick to lend verbal support.
West Virginia was the first state to officially adopt the holiday, and others followed suit. Proclamation of the day by the various states led Representative J. Thomas Heflin of Alabama and Senator Morris Sheppard of Texas to present a joint resolution to Congress that Mother’s Day be observed nation-wide. The resolution was passed by both houses.

Mother’s Day Today
In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill designating the second Sunday in May as a legal holiday to be called “Mother’s Day”—dedicated “to the best mother in the world, your mother.”
For the first few years, the day was observed as a legal holiday, but in absolute simplicity and reverence—church services were held in honor of all mothers, living and dead.
In many ways family observance much resembled that of the British version of “Mothering Sunday.”

Mother’s Day Gift Idea

For Mother’s Day, many children send greeting cards or make a special effort to visit their mothers. 
Of course, flowers or a planted container are a classic gift. Perhaps the most historically-significant flower is the white carnation, which was the symbol that Mother’s Day founder, Anna Jarvis, valued.
With their exotic and majestic appearance, orchids symbolize love, refinement, and beauty. The orchid is also a Chinese symbol for “many children.”
Lilies are also popular. The day lily is the Chinese symbol of motherhood. 
Purple irises are also a special choice for mothers, symbolizing faith and hope.

Mother's day celebrate with a poem. by Fleur Parfumerie

 Mother’s day celebrate with a poem!

As the following poem: 
If i could give you diamonds
For each tear you’ve cried;
If iI could give you Sapphires for each truth
You’ve helped me see; If I could give you rubies
For the heartache that you’ve known,
If I could give you pearls for the wisdom 
That you’ve shown.
Then you’d have a treasure;
Mother, that would mount up to the skies;
That would almost match the sparkle
In your kind and loving eyes.
But I have no pearls or diamonds, 
As I’m sure you’re well aware,
So I’ll give you gifts more precious’;
My devotion, love and care.
To my lovely mom 
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