1. what are the naturals still most heavily used in perfumery, please help me build some knowledge here..
2. this fact of 90% i read from several people who are part of perfumîe industry , + this was what i was thinking when i was 25 and smelling only designers(only available in my country at a time)
3. i asked for a help to give me few examples where you think ratio is 30% 70%...look sorry i dont buy it if i can not know the fact...its not fair...i dont see it in jewelry, in clothing, everyone must say how much of real silk is there and how much gold is there...why would i have to settle for perfumer mystery?? i dont know any product where people sell me so much lies
4. analogy with food is very logical to me, explain please why not? i went like this...my taste in food is very versatile i really like all good food, and somehow in perfumes i dont like too much of it....i must seek for a special fragrance? this does not make sense!! should search for nice scent look like searching for a gold?
And the price i pay for frag is just entry ticket ?
Fashion designers make beautiful creations too yet they must say what materials they use, do you think i have to spend days analyzing if a frag has some ugly note before buying it at high price or if its been reformulated since the last year??Hm hm....something doesn't feel right here, pure logic!
i like all that is natural!! it is versatility that i lack, all perfumes are the same....because i concluded are not natural...apple, tomato, strawberry ..you don't notice the difference anymore if you don't buy the real one! .....
thank you very much for answering David i concluded you are one experienced perfumer? so would so much love to know your answers on the above 4 looking forward to it!!!
and yes i feel like that triangle became the only music ...am i overreacting? some examples would be most helpful!