What are the types of perfumes?

Perfumes can often be classified according to their composition, aroma and occasion of use. Here are some common types of perfumes:

By composition:

Natural perfume: This perfume usually uses ingredients derived from natural plants and animals, such as flowers, trees, animal secretions, etc. They are made in a relatively pure process and are often considered a healthier and more natural option. However, due to the scarcity and variability of natural ingredients, such perfumes tend to be more expensive.

Synthetic perfumes: Synthetic perfumes are made using synthetic chemicals that can mimic natural fragrances or create entirely new notes. The advantages of synthetic perfumes are stable ingredients, relatively low prices, and it can be easier to achieve some special fragrance effects.

Blend perfumes: Blend perfumes combine natural and synthetic ingredients through careful formulation to complement each other, while retaining the purity of natural perfumes and the stability of synthetic perfumes, with unique fragrance characteristics.

Classification by aroma:

Forest type: Forest type perfume mainly uses oak and fresh green plants as raw materials, showing a profound and unpredictable, broad and dignified temperament.

Oriental perfume: The Oriental perfume mainly uses mint and musk as raw materials, and tastes spicy. Suitable for women with unique personalities and who like alternative feelings.

Citrus type: This kind of perfume citrus, lemon for the fragrance type, with the characteristics of fresh fragrance, can cause a happy mood.

Floral notes: Floral notes are fragrances based on flowers, including roses, jasmine, iris and other flowers.

Wood scent: The fragrance of wood scent is mainly wood scent, such as sandalwood, cedar, cypress and so on.

Fruity notes: Fruity perfumes are mainly fruity notes, including citrus, apple, peach and other fruits.

Fragrance: Fragrance fragrance is mainly flavored with spices, including cinnamon, cloves, pepper and other spices.

Classification by use:

Daily perfume: Daily perfume is usually light and soft, suitable for daily occasions such as office and shopping during the day, will not be too strong, and will not cause discomfort to others.

Evening perfume: Evening perfume is often strong, lasting, suitable for evening parties, appointments and other formal occasions, the fragrance is deeper and more luxurious.

Sports perfume: Sports perfume is usually fresh, refreshing, with soothing effects, suitable for use during exercise, can bring a fresh feeling and reduce sweat odor.

Other special types:

Cologne: Cologne is usually based on citrus, vanilla and moss, with a fresh and warm aroma, suitable for men.

Essential oils: Essential oils are high purity perfume ingredients, usually concentrated natural plant extracts, which can be used for massage, aromatherapy and other purposes.

Classical perfumes: Classical perfumes are those perfumes with a historical tradition, such as Chanel No.5, Dior Jadore, etc., they are often regarded as classics, representing the classic and essence of the perfume world.

In general, the classification of perfume is multi-dimensional, can be divided according to the composition, aroma, occasion and other factors, each type has its own unique characteristics and application occasions.

Then let’s understand how to buy perfume?

Knowing your preferences

Many people find perfume unpleasant, possibly because they choose a fragrance that does not match their preferences. Therefore, to buy a perfume that suits you, you first need to understand your preferences. Some people like fresh and elegant aromas, while others like strong and sexy aromas. In the purchase of perfume, you can first understand their own preferences, and then choose the corresponding perfume.

Understanding the categories and grades of perfumes

Perfumes can be divided into different categories such as men’s perfumes, women’s perfumes and unisex perfumes. Different grades of perfume also vary in taste and price. Perfumes are classified into Eau Fraiche, Cologne, Eau de Toilette, Eau de Parfum, Extrait de Parfum, etc. The higher the concentration of the perfume, the longer the scent will last, but the higher the price. Therefore, when buying perfume, you need to understand the different grades of perfume and your budget.

Choosing different perfumes for different occasions and seasons

Different seasons and occasions call for different perfumes. In the summer, you can choose a light type of perfume, such as lemon, jasmine, green tea, etc., while in the winter you can choose a strong perfume, such as dark chocolate, cinnamon, etc. In different occasions, you also need to choose different perfumes. In formal occasions, you can choose a deeper perfume, and in daily life, you can choose fresh and elegant perfume.

Then let’s know what to pay attention to when using perfume.

Avoiding spraying on silverware

The alcohol of the perfume will corrode the silver jewelry, and the luster of the jewelry will be affected, so the perfume can not be sprayed directly on the jewelry, you can spray the perfume before wearing the jewelry.

Paying attention to concentration control

The vapor concentration of perfume in the air is limited, and the excessive use of perfume not only gets the desired aroma, but also loses the original taste and becomes very unpleasant.

Avoiding direct sunlight as much as possible

Do not use in the direct exposure to the sun, we all know that perfume is made of alcohol and spices, although alcohol perfume is different from the general alcohol, but also very volatile, and alcohol will leave spots on the skin, ultraviolet rays will also make the organic ingredients in the perfume chemical reaction, causing allergies.

Using 20 minutes before going out

Most perfumes are divided into top tone, middle tone and back tone. The duration of the top tone is about 15 minutes, and then it enters the middle tone, which is the soul of the perfume. The taste after blending with the skin forms the unique taste of this perfume, called the aftertaste, which is the so-called aftertaste or body odor. Because of the nature of perfume, it is recommended to use it 20 minutes before going out in order to leave the perfect image.

Choosing the fragrance that suits you

The fragrance of others may not suit you. Because everyone’s skin, body temperature, habits are different, you should choose the right perfume according to your own style.

Finally, let’s know how to keep perfume?

After purchasing the right perfume, you also need to pay attention to storage. Perfume should be kept in a cool, dry, ventilated place, away from the sun and heat. In addition, it is also necessary to pay attention to the preservation period, in general, the preservation period of perfume is 2-3 years.

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