What woman does not like to use the perfume? Let’s say that most can not do without it. But how to choose the right fragrance to each of us?
Using a fragrance rather than another we make it perceptible to the senses the most elusive side of our personality, but the right one has to be combined perfectly with the biological side, because the scent, but at the same time social subjective, it is quell’inedito fruit and inimitable a deep alchemy between the notes enclosed in an elegant glass bottle and natural of our skin ones.
It is often said that a perfume is not good at all and this is not just a saying but a reality that is confirmed by the fact that a fragrance in part is “change” when in contact with skin. That’s because the fragrance can look different when worn by different people.
How to choose the right perfume is a process, sometimes a long, requiring patience and perseverance, but that ultimately leads to more apt solution.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT FRAGRANCE: TYPES OF FRAGRANCE
Navigating the world of perfumery means, first of all, to know the scent in its nature and distinguish the different types of fragrances in relation to the main olfactory families.
Citrus: rich compositions of Mediterranean and traditional citrus, as bergamot, lemon, tangerine, orange and grapefruit, but also more exotic such as kumquat and lime. Belong to this family a lot of fragrances used both by women than by men. Girl by Gian Marco Venturi, CK One by Calvin Klein and Acqua di Parma, are examples.
Aromatic is a dedicated family especially to the eau de toilette men but has also spread among the fragrances dedicated to a female audience. It ‘very natural and makes a country known to the compositions. It is part of aromatic plants from the Mediterranean basin, such as lavender, emblem of the aromatic family. Aromatic notes make the creation a tonic freshness and a feeling of the outdoors. Some examples: Kenzo Air and Eau Parfumée au Thé Rouge by Bulgari.
Fiorita: the female fragrance family for excellence that brings together more than half of the creations dedicated to the fairer sex. In addition to the wide variety of flowers, offered by nature, they are also used in perfumery synthetic molecules and reproductions to recreate the scent of flowers too rare or fragile to be treated with traditional extraction methods. The kaleidoscope of floral perfumes offers an infinite number of shades, from the freshest to the most enveloping. One of flowery scents par excellence is the mythical Chanel N ° 5, along with J’Adore Dior and Light Blue by Dolce & Gabbana.
Woody: it is characterized by a strong presence of dry wood (cedar, vetiver) or soft (sandalwood, amber woods). The woody notes give character, warmth and spaciousness to the creation. Progenitor of the genre Pino Silvestre Vidal, followed over the years by Fahrenheit by Dior and Cartier Déclaration.
Fougere: Fougere Royale by Houbigant, created in 1882, is at the origin of the name of this family of men’s fragrances.Fancy name, which has nothing to do with the smell of fern (literal translation of the French fougère). A real “structure” characterized by a basic agreement of lavender, geranium, vetiver, oak moss and coumarin or tonka bean, and will add more or less fresh nuances which highlight its personality. Representing the category Azzaro pour Homme and Tsar by Van Cleef & Arpels.
Chypre: an evocation of the magical atmosphere of the island of Cyprus, once the holiday destination of high society.François Coty was to recreate the first composition inspired by the sensations felt during the trip. In time this agreement has become a basic structure that can be coated according to the perfumer’s imagination, and it is always composed of bergamot, rose, jasmine, oak moss, patchouli and labdanum. Some examples? Fragrances timeless as Mitsouko by Guerlain, Clinique Aromatics Elixir, Narciso Rodriguez for Her and the famous Miss Dior.
Eastern – Amber: defines very enveloping smells and lush, evocations of distant worlds from which they come almost unknown odors. For a long time the terms “East” and “amber” were considered synonymous, but because of a more marked difference between the two olfactory trends, in the first category includes compositions characterized by the presence of patchouli, vanilla and spices; between amber, however, scents from the most caressing tones, dominated by amber and gray from which emerge notes of vanilla, benzoin, tolu and copahu, fragrances heart like Alien by Thierry Mugler, Trussardi Inside, Habit Rouge by Guerlain and Armani Code . Opium by YSL, Samsara by Guerlain and Angel by Thierry Mugler, however, by definition are oriental fragrance, the most sexy and seductive par excellence.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT FRAGRANCE: THE KNOW NOTES
By convention we say that a fragrance is composed of top notes, heart notes and base notes that, with some difference between one and the other, are the ones that form the pyramid smell of a particular perfume.
The top notes, perceived immediately after application of the perfume, are the most fresh and light destined to fade first. They form the first impression of the perfume and thus tend to fool even the most cunning and refined nose. The components that make up the top notes are generally fresh, light and evanescent as citrus, aromatic and marine.
The heart notes, however, are predominant that really characterize a fragrance. The heart is the soul of the fragrance and emerges after a few minutes when you dissolve the top notes. Soft and enveloping as the floral and fruity, the heart notes characterize that by definition define “trail of scent.”
Fading for the latter, fond of notes or, more persistent and are those that resist longer, even for days after application of the perfume. It is continuing notes like those of musk, vanilla, spices and wood.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT FRAGRANCE: TIPS
It is clear that for the purpose of a choice that takes into account all the peculiarities of the perfume, you need at least24 hours to appreciate and learn about the inner soul of a fragrance: with notes, that They are perceived in the store and that affect the first impression, to those of the bottom, which remain on longer than other skin.
As said earlier, keep in mind that each fragrance, ranging from skin to skin epidermis because of the acidity that combines chemically with the notes of the fragrance. That’s why the smell is always felt on their skin and purchased only after a few hours, when the nose has already appreciated all the notes.
All these tips and information on how to choose the right perfume come to us from WHITEHALLMAKEUP, was formed in 1990 to promote the perfume and its historical, cultural, artistic and social and to enhance the role and prestige of ‘perfume industry. They will adhere cosmetic companies associated all’Unipro (Italian Association of Cosmetics Companies) which produce and distribute perfumes, manufacturers of essences and packaging materials used in perfumes and experts working in the field of communication and distribution.
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