Today's subject is Anya, who is in her late 20s and happily married. Anya is looking for a new comforting perfume. She loves good food: pudding, gelato, desserts, cooking and baking (especially the smell of freshly baked goodies), and she likewise enjoys gourmand perfumes: airy, creamy, softly sweet, delicious fragrances, with notes of vanilla, cereals grains, coconut, cream, vanilla frosting, marshmallow, lemon, cookies or pudding. However, she suffers from frequent allergies & mild headaches and has a hard time finding scents that aren't overly cloying and perfume-y. She'd also like her new scent to cost no more than $50, although she'd go as high as $80 for the perfect fragrance. Anya lives in Indonesia, and has access to major department store brands and online stores.
Anya's favorite fragrances include Lostmarc'h Lann-Ael, L'Occitane Honey & Lemon, L de Lolita Lempicka and L'Artisan Jour de Fete. She also liked Indult Tihota, but it was outside of her budget.
She did not like Serge Luten Un Bois Vanille, Serge Lutens Louve, L'Artisan Bois Farine, Thierry Mugler Angel, Lolita Lempicka, Burberry Brit or Aquolina Pink Sugar, all of which she found too cloying and/or headache-inducing. She doesn't like florals, spices, patchouli, anise, amber, nutmeg, heavy citrus, maple, vetiver or tobacco.
What say you?