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How strong is my perfume?
The amount of perfume oil concentration in the bottle defines the strength of the perfume.
|Pure Perfum (Parfum)
||Eau De Parfum (EDP)
||Eau De Toilette (EDT)
||Eau De Cologne (EDC)
|Parfum or Extrait de parfum has the highest fragrance concentration and more expensive
||20-40% Perfume oil concentration
||Recommended for special occasions and for people who enjoy more richer perfume that last all day
|EDP is is the most common type of perfume used and it is usually long lasting
||10-20% Perfume oil concentration
||Lasts for 4-8hrs
||Recommended for all occasions including dates.
|This is the stronger than Eau de Cologne and perfect to wear during the day.
||5-10% Perfume oil concentration
||Lasts for 2-4hrs
||Recommended for people who want something light and fresh.
|This is the lightest form with very low concentration of perfume and a higher percentage of alcohol.
||2-5% Perfume oil concentration
||Recommended for people who want something subtle and affordable.
How do I know the smell of my perfume?
This is described by the notes of the perfume.
These are the scents that are perceived immediately on application of a perfume. Tope notes is strong in scent but evaporate quickly within 5- 15 minutes.
The scent of a perfume that emerges after the top notes dissipate, usually after 20 minutes.
These appear after the middle notes fade away, usually after an hour.
TIP: When choosing a fragrance, focus on the middle notes and base notes since they last longer than the top notes and they form the main theme of the perfume.
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