The perfume composition consists of a head, heart and main notes. The head note creates an initial impression of the perfume. Then the key fragrance opens — the heart note. The main note is a train that envelops its owner.
Perfume companies use their own smell classifications. Let’s look at the most popular fragrance groups.
This group is the most common. Flower perfume embodies the extraordinary aroma of freshly cut flowers. This can be the smell of rose, Lily of the valley, Jasmine, lilac, Lily, peony, Mimosa, carnation, violet, Magnolia, chrysanthemum, Narcissus, etc. Continue reading
Cologne has long and firmly entered our lives, no wonder it is considered one of the best gifts for men. But by historical standards, Cologne is relatively young, it is only 300 years old.
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The world of aromas has always surrounded people, and it is natural that a person wanted to give his body a pleasant smell. For a long time, aromatic oils, resins and powders were used for this purpose. When the Arabs invented the distiller, there were first attempts to create prototypes of the famous Cologne-solutions of essential oils and aromatic resins in grape alcohol. Continue reading
As already mentioned in previous articles that reveal the history and properties of perfumes, perfume fragrance consists of a certain composition, verified over the years — a mixture of natural and fragrant substances that make up its composition, a harmonious fusion of individual odors. They can be of both plant and animal origin.
While the world of fragrant substances of plant origin is very diverse: cinnamon oil, vanilla, lavender, Jasmine, rose, oak moss, all kinds of resins…, the natural substances of animal origin are only four — amber, castoreum, musk and civet. Let’s focus on each of them separately. Continue reading
Have you ever tried to pick up the spirits, so much so that they approached you? How’s it going?”
The abundance of perfume products in our stores, salons, on trays and counters of all types is staggering. With an involuntary nostalgia, I remember the Soviet years when there were perfumes “Red Moscow”, “Red poppy”, “Dzintars” and maybe a couple of other names. Colognes also calmed the imagination with their non-variety – “Triple”, “Chypre”, “Carnation” and the like.
Choose a smell (and do not limit yourself to anything) and use it for the rest of your life, thank God, standardization worked in Soviet times: the smell created in the long post-war years did not change until perestroika. Continue reading
It is no secret that the aroma of almost any perfume consists of a certain composition, verified over the years. In fact, the composition of the fragrance is a mixture of natural and fragrant substances that make up its composition, a harmonious fusion of individual odors. They can be both animal (musk and beaver stream) and vegetable (flowers, fruits, resins) origin.
The main element of the composition is the notes. But not musical,and storing a certain shade of smell. For example, a rose note or a Jasmine note. Continue reading