Skin and fragrance
I remember going out with Sandy and telling her how much I loved her fragrance. She responded, “ I love it as well! It’s Deep Red by Hugo Boss”. As soon as she told me I almost bought it, without even trying it first. However, when I tested the fragrance, it smelled disgusting on me.
So what happened?
Fragrances can produce different scents on different skin depending on your natural scent skin type. For example, oily skin tends to absorb better nice-smelling substances whereas smoother and drier skin will not retain them so easily. Ideally, it would be smart “to test” the fragrance on zones of pulsation (neck or wrist) and wait to discover if the scent suits you (see previous article).
Posted on April 4, 2011, in Elixirs & Fragrances and tagged deep red, dry, elixir, fragrance, lvmh, natural, oily, parfum, parfume, scent, skin, stephanie, tumba. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.