The end point of the long and winding road to the Eau de Parfum labels is finally here! Figure 1: Noir as an EdP has now been listed in the 6 gram and 1 gram sample sizes. Please be aware that there is limited amounts left of this first edition, upcoming editions will be done… Continue reading Eau de Parfum labels!!
The new round bee tins are slowly replacing the honey pots and thus eliminating a little plastic from the shop. My ideal is to find something that will accommodate 5 grams of solid natural perfume, like the honey pot. The quest continues. Photo: Lyra Bee Tin
Greg and I ventured over the Santa Monica Mountains yesterday for a meeting at the Hotel Del Mar in Santa Monica. Those of you who read this journal regularly know that I am on the constant search for bottles and containers that meet my aesthetic and environmental criteria without needing to order 10 to 25K… Continue reading The Looking Glass
In an effort to make the business more efficient I have changed the packaging of the 1 gram vials of liquid, natural perfume. In the past I was using the folded pink enclosures that I would print out, fold and assemble. For years I’ve had little glassine envelopes pinned on my bulletin board here in… Continue reading Fluid flow
The hunt for finding ways to present botanical perfume products in a sophisticated and environmentally conscious manner is an ongoing process. I finally found bags for the solid perfume minis that are from America and made with a natural fiber. For now I am using a rubber stamp of two acorns on the front, however,… Continue reading In the Studio