Perfume is a very personal thing, but some fragrances have notes that are more pleasing to the nose than others. In addition, an imported perfume usually has a higher value than national ones, so it is necessary to know which fragrance to invest in.
Check out below 5 easy-to-please imported perfumes indicated by the youtuber Adriano Guimarães.
Aqua di Gioia – Giorgio Armani
For the specialist, this is a lighter, more vivid, high-spirited fragrance, but without losing elegance.
Top notes are Amalfi lemon and mint. Middle note is water jasmine and base notes are Virginia cedar, French labdanum and brown sugar.
Coco Mademoiselle – Chanel
It is one of the most coveted imports by women. Very modern, this perfume marked a trend, with its formula being a reference for several other fragrances, national or not.
Top notes are orange, mandarin, bergamot and orange blossom. The heart notes are Turkish Rose, Jasmine, Mimosa and Ylang Ylang and the base notes are Patchouli or Oriza, White Musk, Vanilla, Vetiver, Tonka Bean and Opoponax.
This fragrance is awarded the 2008 FiFi Award Best National Advertising Campaign TV.
J’Adore – Dior
Another very famous perfume, J’Adore is one of the best-selling classics in the world. The fragrance brings the ‘true’ floral fruity aroma. Its bottle shows richness, so it is considered an elegant fragrance.
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Top notes are pear, melon, magnolia, peach, mandarin and bergamot. Middle notes are jasmine, lily-of-the-valley, tuberose, freesia, rose, orchid, plum and violet and base notes are musk, vanilla, blackberry and cedar.
This perfume was also awarded by the FiFi Award Best National Advertising Campaign TV of the year 2007.
The One – Dolce and Gabbana
It is the true scent of the fine woman. Even though it is mostly used on cold days, Adriano Guimarães explains that, knowing how to use and manage the sprays, the aroma is also welcome on warmer days.
Top notes are peach, lychee, mandarin and bergamot; middle notes are lily, plum, jasmine and lily-of-the-valley; base notes are vanilla, amber, musk and vetiver.
212 VIP – Carolina Herrera
The specialist explains that almost all the perfumes of the Carolina Herrera brand were designed as a signature.
Top notes are Rum and Passion Fruit. Middle notes are gardenia and musk and base notes are vanilla and tonka bean.