My mother is a woman of substance, grace and kindness. When she enters a room, she lifts the spirit, capturing the attention and hearts of all those around her. When I think of her, in my mind’s eye I see... sparkling deep brown eyes and a warm, friendly smile. I hear her soothing voice, and reminisce about the music of her being and the unwavering love in her heart. I am inspired by her ability to transform the difficulties in her life, composing them into the perfect symphony... moulding her heart to reflect only all the beauty in this world. Experience a floral perfume of fragrances blended by prestigious perfumers of Grasse, France. This perfume is beautifully composed of the essence of Orange Blossoms and Ylang Ylang flowers, intertwined with the spark of Fire Rose, and a romantic, yet provocative Oud Fragrance.
TIP: Spraying your favourite perfume straight after showering, when your skin is still slightly damp will help in the absorption of the fragrance.
TIP: If you aren’t showering before applying perfume and you have dry skin, be sure to moisturise before applying perfume. The oils in your moisturiser will absorb the fragrance, ensuring your perfume lasts all day or night.
TIP:Dab a little Vaseline on your pulse points before spraying your perfume. The petroleum jelly will absorb the fragrance and will hold onto it longer than dry skin.
TIP: Rather allow your perfume to dry naturally on your skin. Rubbing your wrists together forces the top notes to disappear.
TIP: By spritzing your scarf before tying it around your neck or in your hair, you can ensure a lingering fragrance that will last all day.
DID YOU KNOW: Perfume notes are descriptors of scents that can be sensed upon the application of a perfume.
DID YOU KNOW: The word perfume derives from the Latin perfumare, meaning “to smoke through”. A perfumer is an expert, who trained for 5 - 7 years, on creating perfume compositions, often called a “Nose” due to their fine sense of smell and skill in producing olfactory compositions.