Nowadays, perfume has become just another complement, a garment that gives the last touch to a look, leaving at the same time a pleasant and unique sensation in you. The perfume is able to make us feel unique and leave in others a memory of aroma that makes us unforgettable. But do you know which perfume suits you best? Do you know the key steps to buying your ideal perfume? The variety of perfumes is so wide and there are so many aromas that we can find in the market that Perfume's Club has decided to help us find the perfect fragrance, that symbiosis between aroma and sensations that makes us feel unique and special.
First, you must determine whether you are looking for an Eau de Toilette (EDT), an Eau de Parfum (EDP), an Eau de Cologne (EDC) or an Eau de Senteur (EDS) or any other intensity that will make your scent last longer and therefore stick to your skin for more or less time.
If you're looking for a light scent to wear every day, we recommend EDTs, while if you're looking to impact with a deep fragrance, opt for an EDP. Whatever your choice, any pleasant fragrance is always welcome to smell. In addition, if it has a lot of perfumery you can complement it with other products in the line such as scented body lotions or bath gels. That way his scent will stay with you longer!
There are many different types of perfumes, but which aromas or olfactory notes go best with you?
All perfumes are created from essences that will determine whether a perfume can be classified in one or another olfactory family.
Among the main olfactory families we find citrus perfumes, fresh perfumes, fruit perfumes, whose main notes are responsible for giving one aroma or another to your perfume. Among the olfactory families of women's favourite perfumes are floral and gourmand, while men's favourite perfumes are usually woody or spicy.
Also, you should know that a perfume has three phases that correspond to the olfactory pyramid of its creation and that evolve from the moment you apply it to your skin until it fades. The first thing we notice when applying a perfume are the first notes, the first contact and the most volatile aromatic notes. In a few hours (sometimes only minutes), we begin to perceive the heart notes, which are what determine the fragrance's olfactory family and last up to 6 hours. Finally, we find the background notes, those responsible for giving the perfume its character and intensity and those that allow the scent to be fixed flush with the skin.
If you want your scent to be with you for much longer, it is important that you apply it correctly and in the right areas.
There are a few key points where to apply your perfume to enhance its wake and durability. These areas are none other than those with the greatest blood supply or where it is easy to feel a pulse. Because these areas are the hottest in your body, the perfume can evaporate properly by projecting.
The areas in particular are behind the ears, at the base of the neck, on the chest or neckline, on the wrists, on the inside of the elbows and even behind the knees.
It is very important to get rid of the gesture of "rubbing" the perfume, as this way we will be breaking the olfactory chains, integrating the aroma with the bacteria present on the skin and overheating the area, thus modifying its original aroma.
The perfume is undoubtedly an element that helps us to distinguish ourselves from the rest and also evokes a memory or a sensation just by smelling it.
Always choose the perfume that best suits you and make it your hallmark. Here are some tips for choosing the right perfume for you:
If you have followed our advice and are clear about the perfume that you want to be your hallmark, the one that most defines and complements you, take a look at the great variety of perfumes that you will find in Perfume's Club and choose yours from the great selection of top brands such as Chanel, Narciso Rodríguez, Kenzo, Givenchy and many others. Because a perfume is much more than a fragrance, it is the ideal complement, it is the sensations that it provokes and the memories that we associate.