Glamorous and elegant.
Experience the romantic sophistication of this iconic fragrance.
The combination of floral scents bursts of roses, freesia and orchids, melting honey and musky scents and fresh cedar. This rich selection of florals and notes creates a sensual mood with a luxurious finish.
Rose, Orange Blossom, Plum, Violet, Peach and Anise
Honey, Carnation, Tuberose, Ylang-Ylang, Jasmine, Lily-of-the-Valley, Freesia and Orchid
Sandalwood, Amber, Bezoin, Musk, Heliotrope, Vetiver and Cedar
PICK THE PERFECT PERFUME
- Don’t test more than three fragrances at one time. Your nose will not be able to appreciate the complexities of the fragrance notes.
- Allow the fragrance to settle for about 10 minute. You will experience the different notes as the scent interacts with your body chemistry.
- Choose perfumes that suit you, not your friends or family. You may love the scent of a certain perfume in the bottle or on other people, but on you the scent may change.
- Experiment with different fragrance families. You’ll find that your taste may vary depending on your mood and the occasion.
USING THE PERFUME
- Apply the perfume to pulse points such as in the neck and cleavage, the crook of the elbows, the backs of the knees and the inside of the wrists. Don’t rub wrists together because this ‘crushes’ the scent.
- To diffuse the scent over your body, spray perfume into the air and walk through it.
- Put a few drops of perfume into an oil burner to scent your home. This works best with heavier perfumes such as Orientals.
- Avoid over-applying your fragrance. You become inured to the strength of the scent but other may find it suffocating.
Fragrance layering means using matching scented products such as shower gel, body lotion, oil or talc, followed by perfume. Start with bath or shower gel and pat skin dry. If you have dry skin, follow with a body cream, and if your skin is oily you may prefer to use a lotion, followed by a talc. If your chosen fragrance is available in deodorant form, use that too. Finish off with your perfume dabbed onto pulse points.