What is your scent profile?
What is a scent profile? A scent profile is simple questions form to find out what scents/fragrances make you feel all warm and cozy inside. How they work with your unique body chemistry is the first step to understand what scent profile work best for you.
Fragrance notes are a way of describing a perfume level. They are divided into three classes according to the scents that can be sensed in different periods of time after the application. The three levels are known as top (or head) notes, middle (or heart) notes, and base notes.
Top notes are those smells that can be sensed immediately after perfume is applied. Some typical top notes include citrus elements, (lemon, orange zest), light fruits (berries, grapefruit) and fresh herbs (basil, sage, lavender).
Middle notes appear when top notes start dissipating. They make the major smell of the perfume together with the base notes. Middle notes are pleasant and well-rounded. Scents such as cinnamon, rose, lemongrass and neroli are all common middle notes
Base notes bring depth and solidity to a perfume and their odor lasts the longest. This note can last up to 24 hours. Base notes are often rich and smooth. Common base notes include cedarwood, sandalwood, vanilla, and musk.
By understanding your fragrance notes, you’ll be able to find the perfect fragrance every time.