APPLE-SCENTED PERFUMES - AN IRRESISTIBLE SCENT
APPLE PERFUME – WHAT’S ALL THE HYPE ABOUT?
- Apple works really well with several other ingredients, including cedarwood, ambergris, pink pepper and lemon. This complementary flavor goes well with any fruity fragrance.
- The tart, crisp quality of the apple makes any fragrance feel a tad bit more modern and overall just different.
WHICH APPLE SCENTED FRAGRANCE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
It’s a very sweet, tart flavor. When searching for an apple fragrance we recommend looking for a complementary ingredient that softens and enhances the notes of apple; such as wood or amber base notes, or a sharper citrus top notes like the pineapple in Executive.
It’s a very sharp and distinctive smell. If you’re looking for a fragrance that isn’t recognizable and powerful, apple may just not be the ingredient that you're looking for in a fragrance. It’s one of those aromas that people can just immediately identify in a crowd. Despite this, the apple scent makes it great for a signature scent!
It is VERY potent. Be careful not to choose an apple perfume that’s too overpowering. It should work with the other ingredients, but not over-dominate the other notes in a Parfum.
If you’re still just not sure whether apple notes in a fragrance is the right scent for you, it’s well worth testing out a few apple-based fragrances before committing to buy. ALT. Fragrances’ sample-sized 5ml bottles are ideal for testing a fragrance to see if its right for you, as they contain around 10 to 15 wears, which provides the ideal chance to road-test it in a variety of different situations!
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