The most well-known of all the families is this one. It's probably the aroma you'll recognize from a cut flower bouquet that evokes June weddings the first time you smell it. It's ultra feminine and for all families. Parties in the garden, flowers in the springtime... Jasmine, peony, gardenia, tuberose, lily of the valley, magnolia, mimosa, and other floral perfumes with notes are among them.
Jasmine and rose, two of the most famous floral notes, are typically located at the heart of practically every scent creation: they are the perfume world's cornerstones. These notes are played in genuine flowers, but the rose and jasmine that glisten beneath the surface of other families are often present as well, binding the creation together even if they aren't visible.
The blossoms can be warmed with a little spice or given the juiciness of the fruit - and the flower family has a lot of subfamilies. If you enjoy a fragrance from one of these families, you might enjoy learning more about their relationship.
1. WHERE DO YOU MEAN WHEN YOU SAY A FRAGRANCE IS TOO STRONG'?
Have you ever wondered why certain scents transport you back to a period when you were cuddling with your grandmother or getting ready for a night out in your teens when you go fragrance shopping?
This is because fragrance is based on each individual's life experiences, and what you like or dislike is determined on whether you have created positive or negative associations with it.
2. CERTAIN INGREDIENTS WILL INCREASE THE COST OF YOUR PERFUME
Love the perfume of jasmine, but believe it's a touch too pricey? Fragrances of high grade aren't inexpensive. Consider how many flowers would need to be gathered individually by hand. To make a kilo of oil from jasmine, for example, it takes five million flowers, which explains why the scent is so expensive.
3. SELECT A FRAGRANCE THAT SUITS YOUR WAY OF LIFE.
If you're having trouble staying awake at work, avoid rose-scented scents; instead, look for something stimulating like black pepper embedded in your fragrance to keep you alert!
4. KEEP IN MIND THAT THE SCENT WILL APPEAR DIFFERENT ON YOUR BODY.
Use the white paper blotters strewn about the shop for testing fragrances. Spritz some perfume on the tip of one of these to get a sense of how it will smell.
Consider these blotters to be the clothing hanger you'd use when shopping for a new garment. You can see if the style appeals to you, but you won't know if it fits until you try it on.
Perfumes can have a wide range of scents depending on the person; the aroma changes owing to a response with the natural microorganisms on our skin.
Also, don't be deceived by the idea that sniffing coffee between perfumes can rejuvenate your nose. It's not the perfume that makes your nose tired; it's the alcohol in it! Because the alcohol has a numbing effect, the only way to 'wake it up' is to give it time.
5. CONSIDER WHERE YOU WILL SPRAY THE PERFUME.
Once you've chosen your perfect scent, consider spritzing it on areas of your clothing that move a lot, such as the hem of your dress. Scents are stronger as you move them about your body, whether it's your wrists or your trunk.
Maintain your perfume away from heat and sunlight, such as your bedroom or bathroom window, to keep it at its best. Would we want your pricey Jasmine perfume to go to waste right now?
If you want to know if a perfume is genuine, keep in mind that if it doesn't last long, it's a fake, and it's also important to know that most perfume bottles use pale colors as the final result of the liquid. You can also try this trick: shake the bottle and if it makes small bubbles that disappear instantly, it's an original perfume.
Floral notes, also known as figurative or abstract notes, are numerous and differ significantly from one another. As a result, while it is difficult to enjoy all floral perfumes because their odors are diverse and distinct, it is common to appreciate a certain group of flowers.
There are also soliflores or floral bouquets in perfumery. These floral notes can be found in all olfactory families, but they're more likely to appear in perfumes as heart notes.
The following are the various flower categories found in floral fragrances:
Green / spring or vegetal flowers
White or sensual flowers / solar flowers
You can review the prices of flower fragrances and our products on our website. Our floral fragrance prices average 500 AED.
Dubai and Baku both have a plethora of big retail malls where you can find almost anything. La Vie has boutiques in these malls where you may try on scents on your skin or on test paper.
You can conduct your research and make your purchase offline. This is one of the key reasons why you should go with La Vie. We understand how difficult it is to order an EDP simply on the basis of an online product photo. That is why we have locations in a number of malls where you may try on our fragrances.
Depending on the perfume you buy, the permanence of the fragrance will differ on you. However, flower scents are very light scents, a perfume you spray in the morning can be with you all day long or even the next day. If you want to feel with you at any moment, you can refresh your perfume during the day.
LaVie is a multinational brand that offers a diverse range of EDP scents. We have a wide variety of notes to meet everyone's needs. Our store also has a large selection of unisex fragrances.
We follow all international health rules, which is one of the most essential reasons to pick La Vie. Our entire line of products is certified. Please do not make the mistake of purchasing low-cost, low-quality perfumes that are harmful to your health.