Thursday, 2 July 2020

How to buy Copy Perfumes and Save a Fortune

Everyone loves a bargain, and everyone loves to smell good! Good perfume that will make you the envy of all your friends, AND last all night, can cost a fortune. Not anymore!  

I’ve seen on social media, and across the internet, companies selling ‘similar perfumes’. So I had to dig deeper. They seem to be the latest trend in the UK. My initial thought was ‘I would never buy a fake perfume’. In fact, the more I read the more I wanted one. I call them copy perfumes, but they are also known as perfume dupes or smell-a-like perfumes.  

Fragrance Notes 

So I got on with my research and discovered how to make perfume. Fragrance notes was the term I discovered. All perfumes appear to consist of top, middle (or heart), and base notes. These are what make up the scent of the perfume. You smell the top notes first. Then the heart notes kick in, and together with the base notes you get the full aroma of the perfume. Notes can be anything from coffee scent, to vanilla, jasmine or popular citrus such as orange or lemon.