Eau de Parfum (EDP): EDP is stronger than eau de toilette (EDT) and usually lasts between 3 and 5 hours in the skin.Great if you don't want to reapply throughout the day.
Heart: middle notes of the fragrance: this is the perfume's dominant scent.
Juice: This is the word used by the fragrance industry to describe the actual liquid perfume.
Body Notes: Also known as the heart or middle notes of the fragrance: this is the perfume's dominant scent.
Body Lines: Include shower gels, body lotions, balms, soaps and talcs developed to smell exactly like the perfume to allow for layering. Carrier oil, base oil, and diluents are vegetal (- usually mechanically pressed from seeds, nuts of plants, trees etc.), and are represented by fixed oils such as almond, coconut, jojoba and sunflower etc.
Eau de Toilette (EDT): EDT is the most wearable of all fragrance types and also the least expensive.
It is usually in spray form and last between 2 to 4 hours on the skin. It is not recommended for men to use EDT on their faces as it can be harsh on facial skin. The height of femininity with flowers such as roses, lily of the valley or blossom accords.
Although these two methods of getting free perfume samples give you a wisp of how a perfume smells before you decide to buy it, it doesn't give you enough experience of the smell.
Sampler pages on magazines can only last for a little while, and the scent of the perfume can sometimes get mixed with the scent of the magazine.
Another way of getting a free perfume sample is through perfume stores at malls.
Perfume stores have perfume bottles specifically used as perfume testers so that customers can try the different scents they're offering.
Notes: This terms has been borrowed by the fragrance industry from music and describes the individual ingredients (notes) that make up a whole fragrance (top note, middle note, base note).