THE ART OF FRAGRANCE COMBINING

Our artisan Eau de Toilette and Eau de Parfum collections  highlight the different scent families so you can build a personal fragrance wardrobe that represents who you are and the message you want to communicate. 

 

You may also layer the scents and create a blend that is exclusively yours. The Fragrance Wheel, together with several blending techniques can help you find the fragrances that go well together.

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THE NEIGHBOR FRAGRANCE TECHNIQUE

The first technique we’d recommend for pairing fragrance families is to choose your favourite fragrance subfamily and look at the scents either side of it on the wheel; side-by-side fragrance subfamilies nearly always complement each other well.

 

THE OPPOSITE FRAGRANCE TECHNIQUE

The second technique we’d recommend is to choose your favourite fragrance subfamily, then look at which subfamily appears directly across from it on the fragrance wheel. For example, soft oriental and citrus would pair perfectly together. 

 

THE TRIANGLE FRAGRANCE TECHNIQUE

The final technique we’d recommend is to choose three fragrance subfamilies that form a triangle on the wheel. As these will each complement the other, so for example if floral oriental was your favourite fragrance subfamily, you could find a fragrancethat also contains water notes and woody notes.

 

Source: https://www.beautybase.com/blog/2020/04/understanding-the-fragrance-wheel/