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The offer is so large that one can get dizzy between the gondolas. Not to mention when you are in the airport free-shop and have only a few minutes to choose a fragrance at a good price. The perfume industry has grown by leaps and bounds and in order to make the right choice it is advisable to pay attention to a few things.
Whether you are choosing a fragrance for a friend or for yourself, you should not choose a perfume by its packaging but learn to categorize perfumes into floral, oriental, woody or fresh. If you have a special scent in mind, you should read the descriptions to have a first classification.
Floral scents, for example, are divided into floral-fresh, floral-woody and floral-oriental. This more precise description makes it easier to get closer to the desired perfume, especially when it is clear what kind of scents you prefer or the person to whom you are going to give it as a gift. Thus, a sporty woman will tend to fresh and floral notes, while floral-talc notes are more for the more romantic ones.
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Of Indonesian origin, Patchouli (also known as Patchouli, Patchouli or Patchouli) is a prized ingredient used in the creation of perfumes, but until today it has a long and exciting history, unknown to many.
Centuries ago, the scent of Patchouli was synonymous with luxury due to a curious use made of it by the merchants of the Orient. Delicate silks and sumptuous fabrics were wrapped in dried Patchouli leaves for transportation. With the passage of time, the garments were impregnated with its particular and enveloping aroma, so that the smell of Patchouli was related to luxury and quality. Patchouli also acted as an insect repellent, which prevented moths from eating the fabrics.
Today, it is considered a valuable ingredient for perfumery and high perfumery. Some unavailable and coveted types of Patchouli incorporate exquisite, complex and even extravagant nuances in the creation of fragrances.
Patchouli extraction is a laborious and highly skilled process. Once the leaves are harvested, they are dried, fermented in the shade for a week and stored in a dry, dark place. They are then steam distilled for a period of 6 to 24 hours to obtain an essential oil rich in patchouli, the organic compound responsible for the Patchouli aroma. Other distillation techniques, such as fractional distillation, are also used in order to utilize the most interesting parts of this ingredient.
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Such was the mixture that the flowers used were already unrecognizable. Chanel N°5 plays at being a bouquet of flowers evaporated by aldehydes. Biochemist Luca Turin writes that few perfumes can be smelled in 3D, Chanel N°5 is one of them. This is an olfactory sculpture. It is even narrative. It starts with a mineral, chemical sensation, follows a ghost of flowers and ends on an animal background (Turin uses the metaphor of a sleeping panther that could be caressed).Inimitable, but copiedWhite sheets on a sweaty body: the sensation conveyed by N°5 will have heirs on the side of cleanliness (White Linen, by Estée Lauder, 1978) or of the most feline sensuality (Gold Woman by Amouage, 1983). Chanel and Beaux had added a new one to the olfactory chord palette: aldehydic floral. However, being «inimitable» turned out to be controversial: all the brands wanted to have their own N°5! Coty came out with L’ Aimant (1927); Guerlain, with Liu (1929); Lanvin, with Arpege (1927); Caron, with Fleurs de Rocaille (1933).
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