While blending oils to create scents, I’ve been noticing the subtle profiles of different flowers. They each seem to have their own personality. And I thought it would be fun for you to discover…
Your Floral Doppelganger (a little quiz)
What kind of jewelry do you wear?
a. A silver thumb ring.
b. I don’t.
c. Wooden prayer beads and sometimes, an awareness ribbon.
d. Maybe feather earrings, maybe silly bandz – something fun.
What does your room look like?
a. Perhaps it’s perpetually messy, but it’s a mess filled with music and art that reflect the turmoil of humanity.
b. The essentials. Everything I need and nothing more. And everything’s placed where it’ll be most functional.
c. Clean. Organized. A neat and comfortable retreat.
d. Bright, cheerful, with pictures of friends – though you’re not in it often; you’re usually out.
e. Gold accessories, dried flowers, fine linens and perfume. Plus, copies of Vogue stacked a mile high.
You’re shoe shopping, and you’ve got criteria. Your shoes have got to be:
b. Sturdy. Boots with a thick sole would be good.
c. Cruelty-free – no leather.
d. Bright red. Or maybe yellow.
e. Expensive. They’ll last that way.
Your Floral Profile
Mostly As: Lavender You’re quiet and introverted. Your humor is, perhaps, a bit dark. And just as stalks of lavender push up through the surrounding foliage, in a bad situation, you know how to rise above.
Mostly Bs: Cedarwood You’re strong. You’re stable. You’re perhaps understated, not a bit flashy, but you’re built to last.
Mostly Cs: Eucalyptus You have a soothing, healing nature. If a friend’s in trouble, you understand what they’re going through, and even better, you know just what to say.
Mostly Ds: Lemon Blossom You have a bright, bracing nature. You’re a big proponent of the unvarnished truth. You’re also the life of the party, and you’re great at cheering up a dismal crowd.
Mostly Es: Roses You’re classic, traditional. You opt for quality over quantity in absolutely everything. If you say you’ll do something, you can always be counted on to follow through – and usually early.
Now you know your flower twin! Tell your friends, and “like” this post so they can come take the quiz, too. 🙂
And lest I forget, here are your soap recommendations:
Lavender: Black Lavender Castile. Now a dark purple (new pics on the way).
Cedarwood: The Sweet ‘n’ Scratchy Goat, now with a faint woodsy scent.
Eucalyptus: Sea Bubbles. Refreshing (and soothing, with sea clay).
Lemon Blossom: Lemon & Lavender, fresh and bracing.
Roses: Silk ‘n’ Roses. Because it’s made with real tussah silk and essential rose oils.