A perfume can turn into a veritable weapon of seduction as long as it is chosen according to your type of personality. Some women choose perfume relying on too few rules: smell few different perfumes after they spray on a card and you choose the one that they find more appealing, or at times fall into the trap advertisement latest fragrance launched by a brand known to run and buy it. In fact, choosing the right fragrance is more complicated. That’s because glass perfume smells differently on the skin or tester.
The right fragrance is the one that harmonizes perfectly with your body chemistry
What you smell when sniffing a fragrance first is the mark of top or top, the strongest note of a fragrance, but that disappears pretty quickly. After disappears top note, middle note remains, which makes the transition to the base note, which remains on the skin the most and which occurs at an interval of half an hour after applying perfume. Depending on each perfume base note it may take up to 24 hours.
You can pick up a scent or you can fall: some experts say even worse than wearing too much perfume is not to wear perfume that suits you. In this equation intervenes body chemistry, which plays a major role in the way a perfume smells on your skin. As Coco Chanel claimed … When dressing, spraying perfume sequencing highlight each garment.
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Top note – takes about 15 minutes, it take them as far as volatile compounds to evaporate from the skin. Its role is to captivate and surprise the senses. Most often this purpose citrus and floral fragrances are used.
Note middle – called the “heart” of the fragrance, it follows the peak and lasts about 1-2 hours on the skin. Usually using woody, floral or spice.
Base note – is the mark that persists for 10 to 15 hours on hair and clothes are made of volatile compounds and strong as sandalwood, musk, patchouli and vanilla.