Picking A Signature Fragrance
Perfume is a very luxurious item, and the good news is it can be far more affordable now, which means more and more people are looking to find some of their favorite fragrances to wear on a daily basis.
If you are wondering just how you can go about picking out your signature fragrance, then follow this piece as a guide and find some perfumes you love.
What is the Occasion?
Different perfumes are suitable for different occasions, and while no one is going to stop you from wearing a summery scent for an evening winter meal, it depends on what you want your perfume to express. Usually, experts would suggest opting for a light, fresh fragrance throughout the day and something a little more heavier and muskier in the evening. You also might prefer different key notes depending on where you are, like something tropical if you are on holiday somewhere or something warming and rich for a cold evening date. In the end, it is really up to you and what you prefer, but it is worth reading up about perfume paring and understanding the basics to give you an advantage in choosing either way.
You have 3 main categories in a perfume on average; The base note, the middle notes, and the top notes. These will all make up the different layers of your scent.
It is a common misconception that your perfume stays the same scent throughout the day when really it is more like an unfolding bouquet, that offers you different variations of the scent throughout the day.
Common base notes include:
These are the notes that last the longest on the skin and carry the other more fleeting scents
Common middle notes or heart notes include:
These scents are quicker to evaporate than the base notes, but still offer a sturdy fragrance to the bouquet, which is why they are also nicknamed heart notes.
Common top notes include:
Top notes are scents that are almost fleeting and are the first to disappear.
Be sure to choose your perfume from a luxury company or a trusted distributor such as Oribe to make sure you only purchase quality perfume. You can find a Oribe Coupon here if you want to lower the cost of a high-end fragrance.
Try Perfume on Your Skin
Did you know that your skin has its own scent, which is why a perfume can smell incredible on a person and completely different on someone else?
This is why it is important that you test perfumes on your own skin and not on paper swatches. It is also why you should not buy a perfume based on how it smells on someone else. Wear it throughout the day so you can smell how it works with your own chemistry and see if it is the fragrance for you.
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