I am new to this as you will see. But what I am seeing, or would like to see, is a basic palette of notes. Such as the painter reduces his color choices to a controllable number, can the creator of personal use fragrances do the same? Is there a pattern running through the recipes of perfume as to the notes most used? Both for the Woman and the Man, say twelve to fifteen note that form a basic palette, top, middle and base, that a home based personal use creator can use. If a computer program was run, analyzing all the formulas of the perfumes listed on this site would it show a pattern of notes used? There seems such a multitude of choices available. As a newbie, this would simply and reduce cost but still provide needed ingredients.
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12/31/12 at 11:54am