Seasons Perfume

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Perfume is important to us as a special touch of our appearance, as final link style or his personality. Floral or woody, sweet and fresh – favorite flavors accompany us everywhere and are the visiting card of our personality. But before each question appears, what flavor we need? What quality should have a perfume or toilet water? How do they differ? For a start take a look at what the word perfume. Perfume – a special composition of the alcohol, water and concentrate odorants. Often consists of and dye, which only affects the color of the perfume. Perfumes and toilet water vary resistance, the concentration of essential oils and saturated odor. Choose for yourself the spirits, if you need a long, unquenchable flavor, because the spirits are composed of 90 percent alcohol and 15 percent or more essential oils. Toilet water is suitable for those who like light, weightless smells that can be updated throughout the day.

And typically, the spirits are used as an evening option, and the toilet water is ideal as a daily option, especially in active operation, or a hot summer day. The difference between male and female odors in that men seem to be "stronger" and female "softer." And this is true, because the fragrance for men is based on a strong woody smell that is associated with masculine qualities such as endurance, strength, self-control. Women also smells are based on floral arrangements, emphasizing the soft, feminine beautiful half of humanity. Adding a "male" notok fragrance for women, and vice versa, will bring spice or even daring to perfume. Choosing one or another version of the perfume in the perfume store, whether it's perfume or toilet water, we must remember that the choice of smell is not only your tastes, but also time and place the use of fragrance. Perfume should be in harmony with the seasons, the situation fit the clothes, and generally reflect the image of your personality.

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