Video: How To Choose A Perfume?
It is one of the most difficult dilemmas to solve but certainly one of the most fun when we go shopping. Follow the advice of the Mexican perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux so that you find the aroma that best suits you.
How does skin chemistry affect a perfume? Each skin is a world and the quality of a perfume does not imply that all people do equally well. Body chemistry changes daily so a perfume will react differently each time. It goes beyond the color of the skin. She does not wonder what is the best perfume for blondes or Latinas, but what is the best for you. And how do you know which one it is? It is the one that lasts the longest and the one that people suck the most because it means that you are projecting it in a good way. That it lasts longer means that there is a good combination between the perfume and your skin. If you no longer smell it, it could be that you are saturated with the smell and although perfuming can be a selfish gesture it is also for others, so if people do not notice you, you have to find another one. When buying perfume, should you be guided by immediate printing? I would recommend that you smell two or three maximum and leave the store. If you want a successful hunt, you can't smell thirty. I believe that we must give equal value to the immediate smell and to the one that we smell later. Of course, they throw it from your wrist up, as perfumers do, because for me the back of the hand deforms the fragrance.