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Perfume Extract, : a substance in which essential oils .The perfume extract reveals the true soul of the fragrance thanks to its very high concentration
Sprays Bottles: Oils,Perfumer alcohol,Fixative
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Where should I spray my Fragrance to help with Longevity?
Answer: Apply fragrance on your pulse points: behind your ears but not on your hair, neck area, between the breasts or chest area, ankles, shoulder area behind knees. Higher part of the arm especially if you wash your hands frequently. Most, perfumers believe you should apply cologne or perfume anywhere you have a pulse. While most of the public believes to apply a lot of sprays to ones clothing and this is only recommended only in Summertime or if you will be sweating as the fragrance will drip-off your skin when you perspire. Best Results will be after a shower as pore are open.
How far away should I apply my perfume/cologne?
Answer: Approximately 12 to 25 centimeters away.
What will the bottle look like?
Answer: The same as the picture.
Pheromones are chemicals capable of acting like hormones outside the body of the secreting individual, to impact the behavior of the receiving individuals.
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Places To Apply Perfume Oil,Pheromones For The Best Effects
- Wrists. The most common place to apply colognes is to the wrists. ...
- Neck. If you're going on a date and you expect that your date will eventually find themselves close to your neck, this is one of the best places to apply pheromones. ...
- Behind ears. ...
- Chest. ...
- Inside of Exposed Elbows/Knees. ...
- Ankles and Thighs. ...
Much like musical notes make up a song and various shades of colors turn into a painting, fragrance notes are necessary to make a perfume. Overall, there are three note scales that when blended together create the perfume's fragrant accord. Each of these levels, however, has its own primary purpose.
The Top Notes
Also sometimes referred to as the opening notes or head notes, the top notes of a fragrance are generally the lightest of all the notes. They are recognized immediately upon application of the perfume. The top notes are also the first to fade given their light molecular structure, but this does not mean they aren't of utmost importance.
The top notes of a fragrance represent the first impression. How many times have you tested a fragrance only to be turned off right away? Why? Because the top notes didn't make a lasting impression on you. It is hugely important that the top notes not only succeed at luring you in, but also smoothly transition into the heart of the fragrance.
Common fragrance top notes include citrus (lemon, orange zest, bergamot), light fruits (grapefruit, berries) and herbs (clary sage, lavender).
The Middle Notes
The middle notes, or the heart notes, make an appearance once the top notes evaporate. The middle notes are considered the heart of the fragrance. They last longer than the top notes and have a strong influence on the base notes to come. A perfume's heart is generally pleasant and well-rounded. It is ofen a smooth combination of floral or fruit tones; sometimes infused with spices like cinnamon, nutmeg or cardamom.
Common fragrance middle notes include geranium, rose, lemongrass, ylang ylang, lavender, coriander, nutmeg, neroli and jasmine.
The Base Notes
The base notes are the final fragrance notes that appear once the top notes are completely evaporated. The base notes mingle with the heart notes to create the full body of the fragrance, but are typically associated with the dry-down period. The job of the base notes is to provide the lasting impression. These often rich notes linger on the skin for hours after the top notes have dissipated.
Common fragrance base notes include cedarwood, sandalwood, vanilla, amber, patchouli, oakmoss and musk.
Without the combination of the three levels of notes, a fragrance just wouldn't be aromatically appealing. But together, they create beautiful scents