I was wondering if anybody has layered these two amazing scents... What would the outcome be like? If you have how many spritz of each and where would you apply them. Thank
Updated 22nd October 2012 at 08:22 AM by Amirdoust
The best way to test fragrances for likability, longevity, and projection is to get samples. Most department stores have stopped giving out samples, but you can test the fragrances there in the store. REMEMBER, a fragrance will not smell the same on a test paper as it will on your skin. Test on paper first, if you like it, apply it to your neck/arms and make note of the time. See how long it lasts. For Niche house samples, the easiest ways to try is to buy samples from THe Perfumed Court, or
If you could make a top 10 list out of these 10 fragrances, how would it be like?
L'eau d'Issey by Issey Miyake
L'homme by YSL
Fahrenheit by DIOR
Fahrenheit 32 by DIOR
Platinium Egoiste by Chanel
212 MEN by Carolina Herrera
Davidoff Cool water
Ck free by Calvin Klein
Acqua Di Gio by Giorgio Armani
CH MEN by Carolina Herrera
Just wanted to say how nice it is to be back on Basenotes after taking a break for awhile. It's not that circumstances really warranted any absence on my part, but once in awhile I "fall out" and come back. I suspect that I'm not the only person who does this. I actually do this with a lot of my other hobbies, leaving them for awhile and picking back up from time to time. I have too many hobbies/interests to engage in all of them or any number of them at once. I sort of rotate them unless
Today we will talk about Notes. Like a symphony, a fragrance is a combination of many notes.
Top notes are the first initial odor you smell when you spray on a fragrance. These are generally very short lived notes, that disappear or lessen within the first several minutes to an hour. Often Basil, Bergamot, Eucalyptus, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lemongrass, Orange, Peppermint, or Pine, they have a quick evaporation rate, and don't last.
The next notes are the Middle notes, or Heart