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- Inspired by AVON JUSTINE TABASHEER
- AVON JUSTINE TABASHEER Luxurious and opulent, this intoxicatingly romantic blend of rose and freesia is enlivened by intriguing top notes of red berries before softening into seductive patchouli and vanilla**
Mysterious and fascinating, this rich floral bouquet of rose, jasmine and lily of the valley captivates the senses with its sensuous woody undertones of musk and patchouli.
- The composition of perfumes is a fascinating study. Every fragrance contains a blend of top notes, middle notes, and base notes. The top notes hit almost immediately after applying a perfume, but they last mere moments. Middle notes replace the top notes, staying about one hour after application. Following the fade of the middle notes, the base notes take over. These heady scents will last for several hours, and they generally make the most memorable impression.
- top notes
- red berries, patchouli, vanilla
Understanding fragrance notes
The top notes of a perfume are made up of small, light molecules that evaporate quickly but appear immediately after spraying a perfume – so these are important when making an initial impression.
Heart or middle notes, meanwhile, appear soon after the top notes dissipate and form the main body of the perfume; these are usually a little more mellow and stick around for longer.
Finally, base notes form the main body of a perfume and introduce the depth and solidity. These aren’t usually detectable until 30 minutes or so after application, but can last for up to 24 hours, depending on their potency.