Have you wanted to use essential oils to make your own perfume? I hope so because this post is for you. Making your own perfume is fun and inexpensive. If you already own essential oils, then it’s just a matter... [Keep Reading]
On my dream beauty list, creating my own perfume in some fancy shop in Paris is right up there with having my own Sephora built into my house. The likelihood of either of those things happening is as high as receiving a marriage proposal from Nick Jonas in the mail. (Read: Zero) That being said, if you’re like me and you want your own perfume, you don’t need to abandon that dream completely. You can create your own fragrance yourself at home. Really.
It explains how choosing the right scent to match your personality requires a little bit more than just waving a bottle under your nose and paying for it. With colorful graphs, figures, charts, and legends, the infographic features the characteristics of five types of perfume, information on fragrance notes, an essence wheel describing these notes in detail, as well as tips on the how’s and where’s of perfume-wearing.