It is well known that perfume has always been an accessory that is rarely put aside, for centuries the protagonist and distinctive trait of every single personality.
But let's get to the point.
Can perfumes be categorized by seasonality?
We commonly call "summer perfume" a fragrance with fresh, citrusy, brackish or spicy notes that they are; on the other hand, winter is considered a perfume with warm scents, almost enveloping like an additional layer of clothes to wear.
From a technical point of view, there are, as a matter of fact, scents that are closer to warmer months.
We could mention several but the most important are:
- Citrus notes: fresh but with character, whether they are sweet or bitter;
- Salty notes: reminiscent of the delicate sea breeze on a sultry day;
- Aromatic notes: which mainly share herbs such as basil, sage, rosemary and so on;
- Fresh floral notes: a spring riot of delicate flowers, aquatic and more.
- Green and fruity notes: an echo of vibrant green notes and sweet scents.
These notes, if predominant, make the perfume certainly more suitable for hot days, as they give an olfactory sensation of immediate freshness.
The Mine Perfume Lab fragrances
Hope, the brilliance of the green tea leaves, the sour sweetness of the cedar blend with the sea moss that completes the structure.
Sun, riot of sensations and scents that bring to mind tropical places. A rich, fruity and floral heart adorned with citrus top notes and a warm and intense base.
Salt & Musk, the fragrance par excellence that dresses the fresh summer scents, recalling a pleasant day by the sea.
Last but not least, FIG, a fragrance not so obvious from how it may seem from the name, this perfume was created to remember with its green notes and gourmand touch, a pleasant summer day sitting under the shade of a fig.
We can conclude by saying: "And which one would you choose?".