Tips for the use of sweet perfumes

16-12-2017 unlive
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When we think of sweet perfumes beautiful notes immediately come to mind. Floral scents are those livelier and more strongly impose their presence on the wearer. But it's not always time to use a perfume in which the overly sweet notes dominate, and now we see why.

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The sweet scents tend to be ideal for teens or the early stages of life. They are cheerful fragrances that evoke flowers and musk. This does not mean that if our favorite perfume has sweet notes we should not use it, only that it will require caution when using it. Also few perfumes for men are predominantly sweet notes, associating the mostly perfumes for women. However there are a unisex perfume line which tend to use them, although, again aimed at young segments of the population.

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The notes are usually heavier, forming what is known as tertiary fragrance of a perfume. Once the first notes, more volatile, evaporate, the footprint of perfumes, which remains over several hours is tertiary fragrance, which gives the product truly body. We must learn to distinguish the layers of fragrances that make up a perfume, it is not the same as I smell freshly applied to the skin that as the hours pass and perfume interacts with the body heat and fatty components of the epidermis.

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The sweet notes of a perfume is usually due to the use of one or more of the fragrances that make up the family of ambarados perfumes. Among them they stand out the patchouli, cedar and vetiver. Also it musk up this large family of perfumes, almost always imposed its mark on the rest of the bouquet. The musk is extracted from amber, a substance extracted from animal whale and other animal species such as rats or musk ox. This pure substance is unbearable to the human nose, so infinitesimal amounts are used in the manufacture of perfumes. However it is so powerful that it will be practically the only note that we can recognize most who use perfume.

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The sweet scents should be mainly used in summer, and fragrances are designed for everyday use. Very few perfume "Night" or special occasions have in their composition predominance of sweet notes.