What types of Fragrances are there?
Fragrances are classified into types of families (smell)
The Families are:
Aromatic - Sexy cool-warm notes of citrus
and lavender, sweet spices and oriental woods.
Citrus - Fresh and tangy. lemons, mandarins,
bergamot, oranges and grapefruit often combined with floral,
spicy and woody notes. A new generation of musk and
tea notes adds an interesting dimension to the green family.
Green - Fresh lush forests, green leaves
and cut grass often combined with floral and fruity notes.
For the formal rather than sporty personality.
Aquatic - Fresh and sea breezy, mountain
air notes. Today Aquatic notes are often used to enliven
florals, orientals and woody fragrances.
Floral - Freshly cut flowers of different
notes. lily, mimosa, gardenia, jasmine, carnations, roses
to name a few all the way to bouquets of flowers nicely
Modern Floral - The marriage of sparkling
aldehydes and delicate flowers creates a family of soft,
often powdery abstract florals.
Floriental - Soft flowery and sweet spicy notes.
Soft Oriental - Somewhat sweet spicy
oriental and amber notes with incense overtones.
Oriental - Heavy spicy oriental notes,
opulent flowers, sweet vanilla and musky notes.
Woody Oriental - Spicy oriental and
woody notes of patchouli and sandalwood.
Dry Woods - These Fragrances have a
dry woody character, often with the addition of cedar, tobacco
and burnt wood notes.
Mossy Woods - These fragrances have
notes of oakmoss, woods and citrus.
Woody - Warm woody notes. Often with
cedar, patchouli, pine, sandalwood and vetiver.
The uses are Casual, Daytime, Evening and Romantic./p>