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Fragrance Buying Guide

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Many of us know what fragrance we like but are unable to express the same in words. Therefore, what we intend to do in this fragrance guide is to make the entire process simpler and easier for anyone …

Many of us know what fragrance we like but are unable to express the same in words. Therefore, what we intend to do in this fragrance guide is to make the entire process simpler and easier for anyone to make a purchase online.

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  • 2. Top Tips for Buying Fragrance Of the various senses that we all possess, the sense of smell is perhaps the most sensitive. Many of us know what fragrance we like but are unable to express the same in words. Therefore, what we intend to do in this fragrance guide is to make the entire process simpler and easier for anyone to make a purchase online. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 2
  • 3. Types of Fragrance Families There are many layers of scents (also called notes) in perfumes and fragrances. One can notice these notes especially when the fragrance dies down. Top, middle and base are the three notes by which they are identified. The scents of middle layer, the most noticeable notes, are where the perfumes and fragrances belong as a fragrance family. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 3
  • 4. AmberThese fragrances are also called oriental fragrances. The perfumeingredient, ambergris, generates the scent similar to incense. Earlier,natural ambergris was produced from digestive tract of the spermwhale. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 4
  • 5. WoodyThe woody perfumes remind us of the silent, secretive feelings of theforest. It is available in the range of light, mossy and fresh towarm, dark and spicy. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 5
  • 6. LeatherDeep warm scents that remind us of leather or suede are thecharacteristic of this fragrance. Honey, cloves, tobacco and cedar arethe source of this perfume. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 6
  • 7. FloralIt is commonly mistaken by people that all fragrances are floral. This isonly a type of fragrances and a very popular one. There is vast range offloral fragrances - from soft floral to bright. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 7
  • 8. AquaticFresh clean scents, reminiscent of an ocean, are known as aquaticfragrances. An ingredient called ‘calone’ is used to duplicate the floralscent of an ocean breeze. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 8
  • 9. GourmandThis fragrance mimics the scents of food and the deserts. Fresh andlight fragrances like citrus and fruity are popular choices. Most of thescents are synthetic, though a few are natural and come from blossomsor leaves. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 9
  • 10. BlendsSome fragrances which have a base of oak moss with citrus-top noteare referred to as fragrances from the family of chypre (pronounced as‘Sheepra’). The notes of bergamot and patchouli combine well withearthy, woody chypre fragrances. Visit: ComparisonDeals.Com Page 10
  • 11. For More Details & Articles Visit:WWW.COMPARISONDEALS.COM Page 11