About floral fragrances
The scent is directed directly at one of the senses, the smell, but the implications of its action go beyond the simple act of detecting a certain odor, changing states of mind, changing behaviors, relaxing, motivating, giving confidence or offering pleasure.
Any ideas you have about life and whatever your principles are, a refined perfume will never get you wrong and you will not find arguments to reject it.
The number of fragrances on the market is probably unknown to anyone. In this apparent jungle, probably many have questions, such as: How do we choose the scent that represents us when there are so many choices? The world of fragrances is a fluid, changing year after year, because buyers’ tastes and aggressive advertising campaigns make their mark on the perfume destiny. Thus, classically, eternal perfumes disappear or escape. In few copies, through scarce shops, while others, just emerging on the market, relish creators with huge profits.
Perfume group with floral heart is the most extensive due to the diversity of tones. There is an enormous variety, both in terms of flowers and how to put them in fragrances – fresh, dry, soft, woody, green, aldehidic, or loving combinations of flowers and fruits.
Although they are most appreciated in the warm season, floral fragrances are never out of the box. Fresh, energetic, warm, sensual or simply mysterious, the flavors created by the world’s best experts remain only pleasant smells when not worn by the right person. If you feel the need to dress in a new combination of soft tones, we recommend giving a chance to Versace Eros pour Femme, the first example in our top. It is a passional and sensual fragrance that begins boldly with waves of Sicilian lemon, pomegranate and bergamot, lasts for a few minutes, sweet and intense, with peony and jasmine waves and leaves you forever in memory. For ladies who want to try something different and want to be surprised, we recommend the Gucci Bloom alternative of Indian inspiration.
Fragrances: The ingredients you find in stores are divided into several categories: fresh / fresh (citrus essences with herbal extracts), wood (sandalwood, patchouli, musk, lichen), oriental (spices exotic fruits like vanilla, cinnamon, pepper, cloves) and floral (extracts of rose, violet, jasmine, orange flowers, etc.).
The most complex and appreciated floral perfumes are seldom obtained from flowers and often contain vegetal resins, fruits and spices that outline and highlight the main essences. They are in turn divided into classic versions, made from freshly cut flowers, soft-floral variants containing aldehydes and powdered and floral-oriental notes, which usually include sweet spices and orange flowers.
The main criterion of choice is in this case the personal preferences, the three subcategories covering a multitude of combinations in which you will find the right one.
Top notes, mediums and basics: to be able to easily choose a floral fragrance at a good price you shoud read the composition correctly. Most formulas contain three types of essential oils that vary according to their odor intensity and evaporation rate.
Those that are perceived by the sense of smell immediately after application to the skin are called top notes and usually include lightly volatile oils with a strong odor. In this category you will find essences extracted from boron, lemon, myrtle, mint, ravensara, mandarin, bergamot, lemongrass.
After 15 to 30 minutes (sometimes up to 60), these fragrances are becoming less noticeable and their place is taken by the middle notes. This adds to the aromatic personality of the composition, especially in the case of perfume water and concentrated variants. They are designed to mask the aggressive odor of top notes and contain Ylang-Ylang essences, violet leaf, tuberose, pine, pepper, rosemary, thyme, nutmeg, lavender, rose, myrrh, niaouli, manuka, hisop, chamomile, eucalyptus, geranium.
The basic notes, which build the theme of the perfume together with the middle ones, are usually used to fix and intensify the first two categories. They are rich, deep and feel their presence at least 20 to 30 minutes after application, persisting up to 8 hours. Of course, this is depending on concentration. In this category you will find names such as patchouli, Vetiver, rose, sandalwood, tobacco, turmeric, violin, Meir, Neroli, cinnamon, benzoin, Angelica, jasmine, licorice.
The main note of this perfume is the iris, but it is perfectly complemented by notes of mandarin, orange flower, vetiver and cedar. Sweet, sexy fragrance that arouses the body senses and lusts. It is ideal for spring. Sometimes it will also work well in the summer, because it has very fresh citrus notes, but it cuts the sweetness of the iris.
Flowerbomb has an irresistible combination of flowers like middle notes – jasmine, orange blossom, Freesia, rose and orchids – complemented by the “delicious” notes of bergamot, tea and Osmanthus. And the perfume container is very interesting, it is created in the form of a grenade (hence the name of the perfume).
We end our top with irresistible floral perfumes with two expensive products, but who deserve their money. Jasmin Rouge is an effervescent fragrance at first, wrapped in notes of bergamot and mandarin. So that the wonderful middle notes: ylang-ylang and jasmine remain. After a few hours of wear, Jasmin Rouge will release a light woody note that perfectly complements the freshness of jasmine.
This is a wonderful floral scent, perfect for any occasion. A truly fashionable and versatile fragrance.
Lancome La Vie Est Belle Florale could be a wonderful choice, there is no doubt about that.