^I think it works on non-linear scents even better!
The duration of development seems to multiply about 20 fold, so it may seem that the top notes last a very long time. Or it may seem to make a non-linear scent linear by extending the top so far.
I.E. I sprayed my favorite jacket with about 30 sprays of Green Irish Tweed when testing @ NM.
The top notes lasted strong for 3-4days, the middle dominated for another 3days, and that sweet, sweet Sandalwood and Ambergris drydown is still subtly there after weeks.
Clothes>skin for all scents' sillage & sillage-longevity IMHO.
It also takes skin chemistry out of the equation, so your favorite that dies or smells different on your skin will smell just as it should on clothes.
PSA: just make sure not to spray it on white clothes
And as usual the real secret to sillage is spraying a sh!tload all over.