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1 / How to put perfume correctly?

Put on perfume, everyone knows how to do it; but did you know that there are places on your skin where the scent will come out better and last longer? Indeed, the pulsation points, which are hotter, are to be privileged: the neck, the neckline, the back of the ears and the wrists are the ideal zones! The joints are also strategic places; every time you make a movement, the scent of perfume will emerge! A final tip is to perfume your clothes, especially scarves; however, if you change your scent often, we do not recommend it. Finally, contrary to popular belief, putting perfume on your hair is not a very good idea; the products contained in the perfumes risk damaging them!

2 / Which perfume to choose?

Although invisible, the perfume reflects our personality through its fragrance. This is why it is important to choose it carefully, especially since the perfume notes can give off a different smell depending on our skin. To choose your perfume, you must first know the scents that you like. There are seven major families of perfumes: floral, woody, oriental, citrus, fern, chypre, and leather. Some are more feminine, others masculine, and others mixed. When you know which families are right for you, test the perfumes in store, and let them evolve for a few hours; it is important not to rush into the purchase, since the smell of the perfume will change depending on our skin. Once you've tested the scent, if you still like it, then you can buy it! If you can't find a perfume that suits you, you can always compose it yourself by participating in a creation workshop, or by having it made by a perfumer ... this at a price, but at least your colleague will not have the same scent as you!

3 / How to make perfume for your interior?

Spraying a few drops of perfume in its interior creates a special atmosphere; depending on the one you want, you can adapt the fragrances by making your own perfume. For this you will need the following materials and ingredients: glass bottle, 96% alcohol, essential oils of your choice, dimethicone (optional, this compound makes the scent of the perfume last longer), coloring (optional) ). Once you've got all the ingredients together, here's how to make perfume step by step. Step 1: Your perfume should be 70% alcohol. In the glass bottle, pour the necessary amount of alcohol according to the amount of perfume you want to make. Step 2: Then add an amount of essential oils equivalent to 30% of the amount of final perfume. Step 3: Add one drop of dimethicone and colorant per 100ml of prepared perfume (optional). Step 4: Pour your perfume into a closed glass bottle, mix well, and let steep for a week to intensify the aroma. All you have to do is spray your home fragrance!

4 / What is the difference between eau de parfum and eau de toilette?

Have you always wondered what the difference is between eau de parfum and eau de toilette? And above all, why was there such a price difference between the two? Here are some explanations! The difference between eau de parfum and eau de toilette is the concentration of perfume in alcohol. Indeed, eau de parfum is much less concentrated in alcohol than eau de toilette; the perfume is therefore more present, and it is more expensive than alcohol, hence the price difference. This is why the eau de toilette is much lighter, and is more appreciated in summer!

5 / What are the origins of perfume?

Perfume has actually existed since prehistoric times. Initially, it was used as a deodorant or during ceremonies. It was the Egyptians who were the first to manufacture it for men; it was used for medicine, cosmetics, and also to embalm the dead. Perfume was so important to the Egyptians that they even had a god of perfume, called Nefertum. In the Middle Ages, women smeared their bodies with strong aromas, such as amber. The development of perfume then took place with Arab civilization; the discovery of alcohol as a solvent was a revolution. The perfume spread throughout Europe with the arrival of the Arab people in Spain. Today, there are a multitude of techniques to create a wide variety of perfumes.

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