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7 Things a Perfumer Wants You to Know About Fragrance

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26 February 2020

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7 Things a Perfumer Wants You to Know About Fragrance

When it comes to fragrance, you don’t get much more expert than Nathalie Lorson

She's the perfumer whose scent-creating career has spanned more than three decades.

Having worked with practically every luxury fashion house going (YSL, Versace, Givenchy and Roberto Cavalli to name a few) plus celebrities including Kate Moss and David Beckham, the French ‘nose’ certainly knows her stuff.

Whether you’re on the hunt for a new signature scent or want to find out how to wear your current favourite well, these perfume pointers are incredibly useful.

9 Beauty Products That Support Breast Cancer Awareness

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3 October 2019

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9 Beauty Products That Support Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is the philanthropic annual event where brands unveil a parade of pink products in aid of breast cancer charities.

But it’s not just about raising money. This year, the aim is to get women talking about breast checking and make them more knowledgeable about the signs and symptoms of the disease, which affects one in eight women in their lifetime.

9 Fragrances That Will Get You in the Mood for Autumn

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22 September 2019

9 Fragrances That Will Get You in the Mood for Autumn

The change of seasons makes us crave all sorts of things; we pull on woolly jumpers instead of floaty dresses, warming soups win out over salads, and staying in becomes a lot more appealing than going out.

Plus, with the arrival of crisp, cool mornings and crunchy leaves underfoot, suddenly our summer scents don’t feel quite right.

An autumnal aroma is needed to go with our cold-weather clothing, but that’s not hard to find, with so many fitting fragrance launches at this time of year.

This is Why You Should Be Wearing Fragrance on Your Hair

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5 August 2019

This is Why You Should Be Wearing Fragrance on Your Hair

How do you apply your perfume? Do you spritz directly on your wrists and neck, or do you create a cloud of scent in the air and walk into it?

Either way, fragrance application traditionally focuses on getting the scent on our pulse points, the theory being that the heat generated in these areas helps to emit the perfume particles.

This approach certainly works, but experts say if you’re only spritzing your skin, you’re missing a trick – you should be perfuming your hair as well.

Why? Because it creates a longer-lasting ‘trail’.