Depending on the source of the fragrance ingredients, perfumes smell in different frequencies and just like music, have different notes that hit the senses in levels. Find Out Why Eau de Parfum Lasts Longer, Smells Deeper And Stronger Than Eau De Toilette. ⬇️
Perfumes are often designed with top, middle and base notes, hence smell different from the time of application. For instance, some top note citrus scents tend to smell stronger instantly upon application then evaporates into other notes with time, while a middle note vanilla scent may be sensed after some time from application as the top note evaporates. Eau de Parfum usually contains About 9-14% Of Perfume Oil and Alcohol quantity While Eau de Toilette Contains About 6-9%. Hence why Eau de Parfum usually tends to last longer and has a stronger fragrance.
Synthetic or Natural Fragrances? ⬇️
Perfumes with natural ingredients often smell different in trickles while synthetic ingredients usually have more consistency in their smell and last longer. What is your favorite perfume and why?
– The Stereogoddess Team.