What everybody ought to know about Niche Perfumes


A niche fragrance is present in less retailers than a mainstream perfume is. This generally means that the majority of scents you find in common department stores are not niche, and instead mainstream or “designer” scents. Since they are produced on a much smaller scale, the perfumers have paid greater attention to detail thus they are also often argued to be of higher quality. They do not need to be likeable towards a large group of society, therefore they can be more experimental and the components of the perfume are often of the highest quality.
Success and value of niche perfumes
One reason niche perfume attracts people and has a high value is because of the unique smell and feel of the fragrance. Unlike mainstream perfumes, you will stand out as an individual rather than blending in with everyone else’s smell. In fact, as there are so many uncommon amazing combination and mixes among fragrance, choosing to smell like everybody else is disappointing. In addition, niche perfumes use complex ingredients and are created with passion, dedication and love. Therefore, not only is the smell different but is handcrafted in such a personal way.
Some popular niche perfumes that may catch your eye are:

    • Amouage interlude – Inspired by chaos and disorder this spicy and woody fragrance masquerades an interlude moment of harmony in its heart.





 

    • Acqua Di Parma Colonia Mirra – A unique and elegant creation born from the innovative union of two olfactive themes with strong personalities: the fresh, vibrant notes of Colonia and the warm, deep notes of Agarwood. A charismatic and intensely masculine fragrance.



 
 


    • Maison Francis Kurkdjian Paris - Baccarat Rouge 540 is a poetic alchemy that combines notes of Jasmine, Saffron, Cedar wood and ambergris. This Eau de Parfum is luminous, sophisticated and graphic.



Ultimately, niche perfumes are the epitome of art and creativity. In fact, many people currently get bored of mass produced perfumes as they all give of similar smells and nothing special that captures attention. Even if mass produced is what everyone is wearing, opposing the trend is a huge trend in itself so standing out individually has a huge value. Therefore, as niche perfumes are so diverse but also so different from the fragrances you’ve probably smelt, why not start looking for your personal smell that makes you stand out for who you are?