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ROMANTIC PERFUME FOR VALENTINE'S NIGHT.
The Best Rose Perfume Day Night.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and that means it is time to plan your fragrance wardrobe accordingly. Whether you are going on a fancy date, a night out with the girls or partying, there’s a Valentine’s day fragrance that fits your needs. Since rose perfumes are romantic and often come in the prettiest glass bottles, they make the perfect Valentine's Day gift for the special woman in your life (or yourself!).. Being romantic, sensual, and rich, it is no surprise that roses make the best gifts. Below, I am sharing the best rose perfumes, that will make the perfect Valentine’s Day gift!
AL HOBB AL HAKIKI
ABYAN FOR HER
These descriptions are used to identify the strength or concentration of oil in a fragrance. T he concentrations can vary from fragrance to fragrance but here is an average guide. In general, the higher the percentage, the higher the price – but be aware that different concentrations (Perfume, or Eau de Toilette, etc.) may also have different notes in them, and not simply be weaker or stronger. So when you like a fragrance, we suggest you explore its different concentrations. Extract/solid perfume – 20-30% Perfume – 15-25 % Eau de Parfum (EDP) – 8-15% Eau de Toilette (EDT) – 4-8% Cologne (EDC) – 2-4% After Shave – 2-4% Soap – 2-4% Body cream/lotion – 3-4% Perfumed candle – 10%
A ‘Niche’ is the name given to perfumes which are often interesting, unusual, special, difficult to find – and sometimes pricey, too. There has been a huge rise in ‘niche’ perfumery, in the past few years, with many fascinating new names appearing on the fragrance scene. They all work with the same ‘palette’ of fragrance ingredients, but often the niche perfumers try daring combinations, or are inspired by very personal events and experiences. All fragrances tell a story, and exploring ‘niche’ perfumes can be a great way to learn about the olfactory universe.
A Yes! Did you know that in the Middle East, women layer up to SEVEN fragrances at a time? Never be afraid to play with perfume. (The wonderful thing about fragrance is there is no right or wrong: if you like something, then it’s right.) As your sense of smell develops – and that is what The Perfume Society is all about – you should become more adept at working out which fragrances will enhance each other.
A Perfume can last four to six hours (or even longer), depending on the ingredients – and how dry your skin is. (Perfumes dissipate much faster on dry skins, or when the air is particularly dry.) From the moment you apply: the top notes, or ‘head’ notes last around 5-15 minutes before they disappear. The middle notes last from two to four hours, and make up most of the fragrance. The base notes(very occasionally referred to as ‘fond’) usually last from four to six hours.