Each of our fragrances tells a story. Each juice whisks you off to fantastic worlds of glamour, adventure, romance or pure hedonism. Their scented tales are inspired by legends, historic figures, art, films and literature. Or they are entirely new, fiction and fantasy conjured up in the mind’s eye. With her works as an artist, Sarah Baker is above all else a storyteller. So, it naturally follows that the house she founded creates scented tales using the medium of fragrance – Sarah Baker Perfumes
Symmetry is a citrus oud fragrance composition, in which we will find such fragrance notes as: agarwood, cypriol, amber, bergamot, petitgrain, orange blossom, neroli and musk. The opening of the fragrance is an interesting combination of neroli, petitgrain and orange blossom. The smell is aromatic and the bergamot adds an interesting character. In the next stage, amber and musk appear, which certainly warm the fragrance. There is still an interesting accent of bergamot and orange blossom. The parameters of the fragrance are very good. The composition stays on the skin for up to 10 hours and will be a great fragrance for any season. If you love neroli, citruses and warming notes of agarwood and ambergris, then Symmetry will meet all your expectations.
Flame & Fortune is a floral and smoky composition with such ingredients as: tuberose, liqueur, smoke, fire, labdanum, apricot, ginger, petitgrain, jasmine, lily of the valley and pink pepper. The opening of the fragrance greets us with an interesting and intriguing blend of creamy tuborose bathed in notes of liqueur, smoke and fire. The scent is warming and cosy. It’s definitely something new to my nose. Sarah Baker always surprises me! In the next stage, sharp notes of smoke turn into a light cloud, which is now bathed in the sweetness of jasmine, lily of the valley and an interesting accent of pink pepper. The parameters of the fragrance are very good. The composition stays on the body for up to 12 hours and will satisfy all fans of durable and niche compositions.
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