Everybody loves perfumes and they are also regarded as one of the most prized possession of one’s vanity. People tend to remember fragrances not only because they bring pleasantness, but also takes us back to a lot of memories. Humans tend to tag fragrances with good or bad memories so that they are always in search of the particular scent and perfume which reminds them something in the past. However, buying a perfume is not always the easiest task. Not only the variants are huge, but also the brands and the costs vary a lot.
Therefore, there are certain points that you can keep in mind while picking up a perfume for every occasion.
Fragrances are luxury items and thus should be selected carefully to get an effective or long-lasting one. A good brand provides a larger range of products to choose from and varies for occasions, gender, season, etc. Mid-range or high range brands are specific about the ingredients they use such as the scent and oil types which provide a safe daily use and do not cause any kind of harm to the user. Trusted brands will include the feeling of trust with their product and you can be sure about the quality.
Perfumes are expected to last long, but cheaper ones may not be that much better. Always remember that it is wise to keep the budget for the perfume a little bit high when compared to other personal care products. If you want to find some exotic fragrances, then the price will get steep automatically since raw and hand-picked ingredients are used mostly for the maximum effectiveness and long-lasting scent. Always keep in mind that, the rare the ingredients are, the higher the cost of manufacturing and the product of perfumes.
One of the very crucial points that people tend to forget while buying perfume is that, each perfume performs differently on different people. Sometimes we tend to buy perfumes that someone else has used and we have a good feedback about it. But mostly perfumes tend to change their final scent depending on the person’s body odor, bacterias on skin, etc. For this reason, just try a perfume, get an idea of the final scent that will linger on the skin and then buy it.
Eau De Parfum or Toilette
Perfumes are two kinds, namely EDP and EDT. Eau De Toilette is refreshing liquid and has the top notes in maximum concentration so that only 20 percent or so remains on the skin at the end of the day. However, Eau De Parfum has a higher long-lasting period and the notes of the perfume are more stable. 60 percent of the perfume fragrance still lingers on at the end of the day.
While buying a perfume, you should consider when you will be using it most. Choose stringer notes for summer and lighter ones for winters to get the maximum effect. Also choose the right place to apply the perfume such as the pulse points and the wrists.
By Arthur Huang