Olfactory layering by Solinotes!

Layering has become very on-trend in the perfume universe. It is an increasingly widespread practice which involves combining different fragrances to create your own olfactory signature.

The good news is that Solinotes has thought of everything to allow you to be the artist!

So where should we start?

To subtly mix scents and achieve a beautiful olfactory balance, you’ll need a little inspiration and a few tips. Here, it’s all about layering.

Mix together fragrances from the same family to create harmonies or try very different notes for a unique marriage. It’s up to you to create your own experience, your own olfactory signature. There are no rules, the only limit is your creativity.

A floral perfume + a spicy perfume = wow

A woody perfume + a citrussy perfume = love

A lemony perfume + an amber perfume = awesome

The base layer
Firstly, chose the base layer. Be careful with powerful scents, you don’t want the first fragrance to overwhelm the other layers you are going to add. This is the first rule you need to respect.

The creative touch
It’s time to choose the second layer. Opt for a lighter fragrance so that it can delicately set on top of the base layer. The results are sometimes unexpected and surprising but always unique. And that is what Solinotes is all about: surprising and innovating.

Solinotes provides you with a collection of 19 fragrances you can combine to make your own creations. Now that you are familiar with the main stages in Solinotes olfactory layering, nothing will ever be the same in your beauty routine. It’s over to you artist!

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