Picking the right fragrance is becoming more difficult as more choices than ever hit the market. But there are ways to tell which fragrance are right for you and which are wrong. And you can do it without trailing for selection of unflattering trial fragrances home from store.
Women have basic scent preferences that define which type of fragrance they like. Many women prefer a lighter fragrance during the day and a heavier one in the evening.
To test a new scent, spray the fragrance on your arm, not too close, and lave it for a while. Some people prefer to use blotters, but then you don’t find out how the perfume reacts with you.
Your personality, favorite colors, favorite foods and your past tilt you towards certain perfume preferences.
A strong correlation exists between fragrances and memories because sense and emotion are processed in the same part of the brain. For this reason, certain aroma, such as baking bread and cookies add to certain perfumes bring back childhood memories.
A penchant for greens and blues as well as cotton, suede and cashmere suggest a preference for light, clean, outdoorsy fragrances. A preference for apples, peaches, pears and nectarines show that you like the ‘’orchard’’ category. Raspberries and blackberries, are in the ‘’berry’’ group; mango and papaya-lovers fall in the ‘’tropical’’ group; and melons, the ‘’marine’’ group of fragrances.
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