I should use it on my hands and I don't. I've had old lady hands for as long as I can remember. But I do wear it on my face every day (or nearly every day; I get lazy in winter), and I have been through so many bottles of the stuff over the years, and none of it has been particularly enjoyable to wear. The notion of an SPF powder intrigues me because usually I have to wear powder OVER my sunscreen; I'm shiny anyway, but sunscreen amplifies it. But as it wears off, are you left without SPF?
Your descriptions of perfumes are so appealing. Temps d'une Fete, in particular. I am sampling YSL Y because I like chypres, and because Turin writes that it's the perfume equivalent of the theme to The Umbrellas of Cherbourg and THAT meant I absolutely had to smell it.
Reddish brown hair, pale warm-toned skin with freckles, green eyes.