Have you ever wondered why certain scents awaken your senses? The explanation is found in the olfactory centers that are closely tied to emotional centers in the brain.
You have probably heard you the top notes, middle and base of a perfume. What you do not know is likely that first came into contact with the top notes, which takes about 5 minutes, followed them feel on the middle stage where the skin pH each of us differentiate the smell. Finally base notes you feel that the skin is preserved.
It is true. If you smell good, you’re wanted by the fair sex. But certainly there are some perfumes that fit better in certain seasons and in certain situations.
Top notes are mandarin, neroli, bergamot and cardamom; middle notes are orange blossom, musk, vetiver, geranium and myrrh; Base notes are labdanum, leather, sandalwood, tonka bean, patchouli, vanilla and saffron. It is for sure a clean and pleasant to the nose from the first splash.
This is a very new fragrance. Orris & Sandalwood being launched in 2016. The nose behind this fragrance is Pierre Negrin. The fragrance contains wonderful scents of violet, galbanum, geranium, orris, cyperus esculentus, labdanum, amber and musk.
Guess Guess Seductive Homme Blue is a fragrance for men Aquatic Lemnos. Guess Seductive Homme Blue was launched in 2012. The creator of this fragrance is Guillaume Flavigny. Top notes are caviar, citrus, cardamom and black pepper; middle notes are geranium and marine notes; Base notes are cashmeran, moss and sand.
A perfect perfume to use in every season during the day or even better during the night.
Very soapy and fresh with a great vanilla note but a little bit spicier then normal Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male.
Terre Hermes is the one who founded the Hermes empire in 1837, by opening a shop that made harnesses, reins and luxury halters for sale only to nobles, aristocrats and princes in Paris. In order to carry on the business, Terre Hermes handed over the business to his son Charles-Emile Hermes, who in 1880 moved the company to Faubour Saint-Honore Street, number 24, where it is still found today. The brand has caught on and thus becomes known all over the world. The Hermes brand wanted to take over other industries, so in 1900 it entered the fashion industry through a bag called Haut a Courroies, intended for riding, and 20 years later it also made the first leather bag dedicated to the fashion industry that had a colossal success. Terre d’Hermès was launched in March 2006. Perfumer, Jean-Claude Ellena was inspired in the creation of the fragrance by the works of author, Jean Giono.
The fragrance features notes of orange, gunflint, flint, vetiver and benzoin. The bottle was designed by Hermès designer, Philippe Mouquet, and features an ‘H’ cut into the base of the bottle.
Tuscan Leather provides a very good middle path between completely rugged leathers, which I can give or take, and fragrances that incorporate leather in some form as a subsidiary accord. Tuscan Leather perfume from the Tom Ford Private Blends collection is part of the category of essences that bring to life the mixture between leather notes and woody chords. The liquid housed in a mahogany bottle is composed of notes of saffron, juicy raspberry, thyme, olibanum, jasmine, suede and amber extract. Launched in 2007, Tuscan Leather is not only a beautiful aroma, centered around the skin tone, but also a scent that perfectly compliments the cold season. It is perfect for moments when you feel the need to surround yourself with an enveloping, warm and sexy aroma.
The elixir manages to be luxurious and comfortable at the same time, finding the perfect balance between dry and resinous, soft and intriguing. Its texture on the skin is comforting, the velvety touches being supported initially by the saffron accord, in the middle of the ingredient called olibanum, and finally by the leather quatrain, suede, amber and hardwood bark.
For more than a century, Montblanc has been excellent, permanently enriched with new conquests. Inspiration, virtuosity, vital breath: legends have their roots in exceptional. The Montblanc legend is embodied in a perfume: for the wearer, the expression of a force of character. The glass is inspired by the emblematic codes of the house: fluid lines, black and silver, the famous Montblanc star. The perfume from the “Fougere” olfactory family contains notes of lavender and citrus, magnetized by its central floral notes of jasmine and rose, with base notes that end the olfactory journey through an oak chord – a very masculine aroma. Heavy and slightly curved bottle of black and metallic colors is inspired by the famous Meisterstück pen design, made of glass and metal. The design is minimalistic and luxurious, perfect for the concept behind this fragrance. It is a fragrance for men, launched in 2011. Top notes are lavender, bergamot, lemon and pineapple. Middle notes are coumarin, lichen, geranium, rose, red apple and dried fruit. Base notes are sandalwood and Tonka bean. The top notes that delight the olfactory sense from the first seconds after spraying are fruity, invigorating and exotic.
Create a perfect fresh pineapple with bergamot to which you add a few lemon leaves for more flavor. This frame, clean, warm and invigorating is embellished by the spectacular smell of lavender that brings that dose of medicinal scent, but still sweet, being a natural scent. Middle notes show masculine passion. Thus, we have the smell of lichen, slightly dry sweetened with a mix of dried fruits to which is added the juicy freshness of red apple. Over this freshness is added a floral bouquet of rose and geranium – which brings a charming, charming masculine sparkle. To frame it in the male area, we also meet the wild smell of lichen and Tonka beans. Base notes are specific to men’s perfumes because they are predominantly wild but elegant. Thus, we meet vibrant sandalwood and Tonka beans with their slightly bitter tint.
Creator of this fragrance is Olivier Polge. Top notes are bergamot and myrtle. Middle notes roast coffee beans, chocolate and nuts. Base notes are leather and cedar. Valentino Uomo perfume depicts the image of an Italian boulevard, surrounded by dozens of inviting trees and cafes, which envelops the atmosphere in a smell of coffee, chocolate and other gourmet ingredients.
Valentino Uomo perfume is a classic example, with ingenious accords, which have the ability to behave differently on a person’s skin as it changes over time. The deep Italian mixture is made from ingredients chosen with the utmost care. They resulted in a classic fragrance, with smoky accords and woody notes, which express the unmistakable and classic style.