The move to include gourmet notes in perfumes has increased in the latest seasons. And it threatens to be here to stay. The public consumption of perfume seems to have such sa the idea of being enveloped by a smell edible. The notes of honey, chocolate, caramel and even brownie multiply in new releases, rivaling the more traditional line of spices, flowers and fruits. And the drinks, of course, they could not be excluded from this trend. The alcoholics are the natural candidates to be included in the composition of the fragrance, but the audacity of the perfumers permanently enlarges the spectrum of what is permitted, and today it is possible to find perfumes with notes of cappuccino, grenadine and even Coca Cola.
The accents inclusin of alcoholic beverages, for its part, not limited to pure drinks such as whiskey, tequila or vodka, but extend also to the prepared drinks. A perfect example is the now classic Guerlain Homme, a fragrance as intense and personal that need no name, with its dominant and sensual note of mojito.
But if we think of alcoholic beverages sophisticated and elegant, hard to find one that can compete with the champagne. Synonymous with refinement and aristocratic, their flavor sparkling celebration filled evokes a delicate distinction.
Interestingly, however, include this note fragrances that tend to take on the look bubbly, lively and fun of wine. An example? Following the launch of her fragrance Nancy, in 2008, Jessica Simpson only wait 1 year to present his version Fancy Love. According to the singer, the latest fragrance captures the sparkling sensation of being in love. What better time to spice up the delicate floral-oriental notes of his composition with a touch of champagne. The output from goji leaves, peach blossom and bergamot is enhanced, then, with the lively and vibrant touch that brings the ros champagne to round off a delicate fragrance, sweet and very feminine.
Another star, Kylie Minogue, presented in June 2010, a fragrance whose name says it all: Pink Sparkle. A fruity floral fragrance note of champagne which he lives, as expected pruning directly from his heart, including gardenias and jasmine, cradled by notes of grapefruit, lily of the valley and peach. A typical “eastern base of musk, vetiver and vanilla balance the sweetness and brings out the happy festive champagne bubbles. Fragrances toast.
Andrea Andorra is beauty consultant for http://www.perfumesandorra.com/perfumes/mujer/.Perfumes Andorra reference is the store that allows you to secure a purchase online.