Perfumery Secrets

5CE0A6BB765C584FA77202F8CB3365CF84FA77202F8CB336914Along with the daytime and mostly evening makeup
the woman uses aromatic substances. Already the Egyptians in time of the Pharaohs ^ ^ knew the mysterious power of aromas. Along with natural ether oils, artificial aromatic substances are also being produced.
Many of them are very reminiscent of natural substances in their fragrance, but there are also some that do not exist in nature. It is very difficult to advise when choosing spirits, because The fragrance of perfume on the skin depends on the individual skin odor.

Everyone should pick up spirits to their liking, considering the taste of those whom
would like to like. When selecting spirits, you must consider your own type and age.

Young girls should be perfumed with perfume with a slight floral scent (lily of the valley,
lilac) or perfume with a fresh cypress flavor.

Women of middle age are more suited to heavier fragrances, such as
chypre fantasies.

Older men and women can be perfumed with perfume aromas and exotic essences, but they, as well as people of any age, have fresh cypress aromas. Perfume should be applied with a glass cork from the bottle
to the whiskey, the earlobes, the nape, the folds of the hands and feet, between the breasts. In these places, the blood vessels are very superficial, the blood pulsates almost immediately beneath the skin; in this regard, the fragrance of perfume in these places is manifested especially intensively. At the same time, one should not forget that oily skin lasts longer than the skin smells, than the skin is dry, and that in the summer the spirits act on the skin more intensively than in the winter. During sunbathing, do not use perfumes and colognes, because
they could cause the appearance of brown spots on the skin.

Perfumes and colognes in aerosol packages are very economical, as they are dispersed in the form of a finely dispersed fog, allowing the desired effect to be achieved very quickly.

When traveling, it is convenient to use colognes in solid form. Such colognes
are issued in the form of pencils with a strong fresh smell.

When selecting perfumes, you need to consider not only the smell of your body, but also the odor of powder, deodorant, soap, etc. All these smells should be combined between themselves, and even better to use deodorants in general without smell. Soap and other cosmetic products should be selected in such a way that their odors are in harmony with the smell of perfume and in combination with it they give the desired flavor.

Aromas recommended brunettes:
exotic Oriental blend, heavy floral scents, smells rare
alien wood, plants and roots.

Aromas recommended blondes:
light floral scents, fresh fragrant composition and fragrant blend of delicate flowers

Aromas recommended red-haired woman:
tart smell, a mixture of wood scents, plants and flowers, in some cases
clean floral scents with an admixture of astringent aroma.

Aromas recommended brown-haired:
all the flavors, starting with light floral and ending with severe
exotic aromas of plants, wood and flowers.

Probably, the sense of smell is the least researched of all human feelings.
It contains mysteries and unexpected discoveries. We do not always understand that a person can become attractive to us precisely because of his smell. They say that the perfume
suited to a man if he almost immediately ceases to feel the flavor of it.

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And what a smell of a man can not feel? Of course, your own! Perhaps its “own” perfume aroma in some ways resembles the smell of its own body … There is something unintelligible in the scent, which attracts and mystifies … Therefore, perfume is perceived by many as a kind of magic.

Organs of smell are nerve fibers that come from the brain and end in the nasal cavity with olfactory receptors, which have the highest sensitivity. The sensitive nose of the taster of perfumery will catch not only the aroma of the day before yesterday’s spirits, but also that “note of the train” in a fresh aroma that will sound
only in a few hours …

The fact is that classical perfumery compositions are compiled on the principle of the ^ triad: the “head” of the fragrance, its “heart” and “trail”. And these elements are manifested precisely in this sequence. Within 5-30 minutes the smell gradually
changes, and then for a few hours on the skin will remain the heart of the spirits – an average
note. After 12-24 hours you can feel only the smell of the so-called
base note, which will not change until the fragrance disappears. Therefore, the choice of
perfume is somewhat reminiscent of the planning of the future: what will happen first, what’s next and what’s at the end.

upper, or “parent”note consists of quickly evaporating
perfume materials. Typical are: citrus oil of orange, lemon, bergamot, pure herbaceous note of rosemary, lavender, thyme and basil, especially popular in men’s perfumes; sharp, tart flavor of nutmeg. The top note in the perfume composition is very important, because this is the first impression of flavor!

note “Hearts”– is the basic and characterizing the odor can be
most varied: floral, musky, spicy, pungent with wood or leather
note, with the aroma of fruit, sea, etc. . This note is composed of
materials of comparatively slow evaporation that mix in the composition, complementing and shading each other. Mostly, materials of plant origin are used: rose, jasmine, wild lily, ylang-ylang, which are supplemented with
half-tones of woody, fruit or oriental notes. The role of materials obtained purely synthetically is also great, sometimes one can create an aroma that can not be found in nature.

“Flavor Patch”is determined by substances with the lowest level of evaporation that remain on the skin the longest.

Clothes, especially wool, on which droplets of perfume have fallen, can sometimes
retain the aroma of the base note for several months. The base note is also used to fix the odor of rapidly evaporating substances. As a rule, the materials of the basic note have a heavy, sugary or oily sweet smell-the smell of fragrant sandalwood, cedar, patchouli, and vetiver trees. To it smells of ^ moss, eastern spices, musk, fruit, etc. are added. The concentration of the aromatic composition and the alcohol content distinguish several types of perfume products. Spirits contain a high percentage of alcohol (about 90%), which allows the introduction of high concentrations of alcohol-soluble highly volatile aromatic substances into their composition (up to 10-12%). Due to this, the perfume has a very strong smell, especially
in the first hours after application.

Perfume– this species is not recognized in all
classifications. In principle, these are the same spirits, but containing a lower ^ ^ concentration of aromatic substances (7-10%).

Toilet water(from French. Eau de Toilette)
differs lower alcohol concentration (usually around 80-85%) and content flavor
5-7%. The smell of toilet water is not so persistent, it needs to be applied
more abundantly. Nevertheless, in Russia, toilet water is most in demand from
all parfas | dimensional products.

different content matic compositions in aqueous alcohol (50-60%) 2-5% solution. The name “cologne”
comes from the French Eau de Cologne, or “Cologne water”. Today the title
“cologne” is applied almost exclusively to men’s fragrance products. ^ Colognes are primarily designed for hygienic purposes and, to a lesser extent,
for flavoring.

For women, the fragrance is chosen in the light of the situation in which the odor should appear. A woman is a changeable creature. Therefore, there are simply no single recipes here – it is entirely a matter of taste for the “conductor of the fragrance”, whether it’s her stylist or

Since it’s hardest to determine how a person perceives that person or other perfume on the body, it is better to choose a woman with a professional stylist or, at worst, with a reliable friend. In principle, young women are more likely to smell with fruit, berry notes, fresh, fresh, tender floral fragrances. Older women can either resort to
classical “floral” scents, or choose … almost any flavor!
Although, of course, tart and spicy oriental fragrances will not suit gentle blondes, and conversely, a smart brunette will not get a forest charm or berry smell.
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a new trend in the development of perfume presenteddirection “unisex”and
“City” is the creation of international flavors, uniseksualnyh, dynamic,
if adapted to the vast metropolis, where everything is mixed and mosaic.
This direction is actively developed by Calvin Klein, Armani, Gucci, Paco. In 1996,
one of the “kings” of the Parisian podiums Paco Rabanne presented to the “city and the world” his own unusual new perfume-unisexual Raso. And in 1998 the line was
continued with the fragrance of Raso Energy. In fragrances for the “new generation” these aromas ^ ^ produced a real sensation. The style of these fragrances reflects the modern urban behavior model associated with equitable communication between men and women, mobility and relaxation.

An example of another interesting direction is“Black”from Bulgari,
where the fragrance is “constructed” unconventional. There is no triad of “head”, “heart” and
“trail”, which appear alternately with time. This structure of aroma “monolithic” – “head”, “heart” and “trail” here are manifested in parallel, not sequentially, as in classical flavors. Such a smell is a single whole of elements. There are various classification systems for fragrances, but
the most thorough is still French. According to this classification, all fragrances are distributed among the seven main “families”.

This is mainly men’s fragrances, which are based extract of sandalwood and patchouli with
admixture cedar. They can be fragrant (with intoxicating scents of wormwood, thyme
or sage in the “head” note) or spicy (with notes of pepper, muscat, cloves, cinnamon). Among them: “Gucci pour Homme” (Gucci), “Kenzo pour Homme” (Kenzo), “Montana
Homme” (Montana), “Pasha” (Cartier), “Ricci Club” (Nina Ricci), “Salvador” (Salvador
Dali), “Sport” (Paco Rabban), “Veltiver” (Givenchy).

Expressed men’s fragrances with a predominantly “tobacco” and “leather” taste and
admixture of soft floral notes and original impression. Perfums of this group
are not so much: “Bel Ami” (Hermes), “Cuir de Russie” (Chanel), “Derby” (Guerlain),
“Tabac Blond” (Caron).

It is soft, sweetish fragrance of incense, vanilla and sometimes “Earth music” (eg
musk), they are a bit mawkish and slightly intrusive. Most often these are female fragrances, but there are also men’s (“Habit Rouge” from Guerlain). This group of
includes: “Angel” (Thierry Mugler), “Boucheron” (Boucheron), “Escada” (Escada),
“Lagerfeld” (Karl Lagerfeld), “Magie Noir” (Lancome), “Must du Soir “(Cartier),
” Obsession “(Calvin Klein), Salvatore Ferragamo (female),” Opium “(Yves Saint
Laurent),” Panthere “(Cartier),” Relax “(Davidoff),” Salvador Dali “(Salvador


Aromas of this group usually combines scents of lavender, bergamot, coumarin,
and the basis – “notes” of wood and oak moss. Here occasionally there are female fragrances, but mostly this group includes male perfumery. The most famous are Artez (Yves Rocher), Drakkar Noir (Guy Laroche), Egoiste Platinum
(Chanel), “Elements” (Hugo Boss), “Enigme” (Pterre Cardin), “Jazz “,” YSL “(Yves
Saint Laurent),” Monsieur Rochas “,” Mustache “(Rochas).

The main theme here – the smell of a flower: jasmine, rose, lily of the valley,
carnations, daffodils, lilacs … In this “group” there are subgroups enriched
kakimito additional “notes”. Floral fragrances convey, above all, moods of tenderness and affection, so they are more in keeping with
quietly benevolent women. Their use for men requires a fine selection of a specific shade of aroma and consideration of the “trail”, which should have a rather bitter, “woody” hue.

female aroma:“Chanel № 5” (Chanel), “Chloe” (Karl Lagerfeld),
“Fidji” (Guy Laroche), “Gianfranco Ferre” (Gianfranco Ferre), ” L “Air du Temps” (Nina
Ricci), “L” lnterdit “(Givenchy),” Must II “(Cartier),” Parfum d “Ete” (Kenzo), “Rive
Gauche” (Yves Saint Laurent ), “White Linen” (Estee Lauder) …

masculine fragrancein this group are less common: “Eternity” (Calvin
Klein), “Fahrenheit” (Christian Dior), ” Insense “(Givenchy),” Tenere “(Paco

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The essences here are obtained by extracting fragrant substances from a peel of citrus fruits
orange, grapefruit, lemon, mandarin. They can be combined either with
“floral” note (for female aromas), or with “woody” (for masculine).
The most popular are Armani (Giorgio Armani), Bulgari (Bulgari), Drakkar (Guy
Laroche), Monsieur de Givenchy (Givenchy), Signoricci (Nina Ricci).

almost all flavors of this group has notes of oak moss, patchouli, incense and bergamot
, creates a sense of lingering sweetness and crisp freshness. Chypre –
is a special style! These include: “Aramis” (Estee Lauder), “Davidoff” (Davidoff),
“Escada for Men” (Escada), “L” Arte de Gucci “(Gucci),” Miss Dior “(Christian
Dior , “Montana” (Claude Montana), “Paloma Picasso” (Paloma Picasso), “Pour
Monsieur” (Chanel), “Y” (Yves Saint Laurent), etc.

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