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It depends on the fragrances. Generally no. However, I have found my BVLGARI Aqua Amara to be prodding to the nose. And I will actually strategically apply Penguin Iconic Blend as well, and it makes a very unique twist, that actually seems more pleasing to me depending on the circumstances.
The pizza and Nutella analogy was ridiculous. Obviously, if you’re not an idiot, you’re probably blending similar fragrances, like 2 gourmands, or 2 fresh scents, not completely opposing scents! Also, if you have simple fragrances that only have a few notes like Jo Malone, you can blend them without creating an offensive scent. This topic was discussed rudimentarily when it deserved more time and elaboration. I expected more in-depth reasoning from you two 😟
So...no. According to Jeremy. Well, I will have to highly disagree. Having a degree in physics, I can say that mixing is perfectly fine based on the chemistry involved but you have to discover and mix the right fragrances together. There really aren't any definitive rules here; just experiment. But yea...I disagree about not layering. Fragrance mixing is much more lenient than mixing pizza and nutella. C'mon, that was a piss-poor analogy.
One night I put on The One edt and found it too weak so I just tried to cancel it out with ck shock. They actually morphed together really well and I got the smell of the one with the strength and slightly less lasting power of ck shock.
Most skincare products are fragrance free or very lightly scented. The same is true for deodorants. Personally, I use fragrance free shaving products. All in all, all of these products are so lightly scented that it’s a non-issue.
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This is a GREAT question, we could go deeper in, I feel. Just like the “Nutella/pizza” illustration, I’d say the principles could be expanded on further with what complements what in fragrances and scents.
For instance, I tend to use a coconut moisturizer that I feel compliments my fragrance I use that has strong vanilla notes.
The note that “neutral” scents such as mint and lavender are great to use as a base for lotions/deodorant is a great starting point!
Excellent video! I have worn fragrances my entire adult life and never even thought about mixing two or more of them together. I have use a different fragrance in the same day after the first fragrance wore off....not sure if that is considered mixing???
I've known girls that have smelled wonderful and asked and they say they layer fragrances , but never said what . I haven't tried , except after shave : Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements - Otra with Al Fin layered on top , I receive a lot of compliments .
Fragrances can be mixed as long as the ingredients compliment each other. It is imperative to know what has been used in composing a fragrance. Also very important to test it out before any application as things may not turn out to be as expected.
I agree, you should not do it because if you think you can make a better fragrance than the original one then don't wast your time mixing fragrances rather go and make millions out of your mixing skills.
"I use to mix fragrances," but as a man, I realize it kinda gives it a bad smell, so I use them as they are. The new fragrance I use is Brume Corporel/ Spray Corporal. It keeps you fresh, and it smells really, really good. I recommend people to wear it. It's absolutely amazing!
I don’t mix colognes and don’t use aftershaves what I do mix are health products and colognes. I wear John Varvatos Artisan, but I’m also prone to dry hands so I have an expensive coconut lotion that I get from a women’s beauty store, and my body wash. I use Nivea for Men Active 24 hour which smells like a bit like playdough but in a good way, it’s a great base for scents because it’s not competing for the top scent.
John Varvatos Artisan, Coconut Hands Lotion, Nivea for Men Active 24 Hour. The combination of those smells great and smells uniquely like me.
I personally enjoy cologne. I will never mix fragrance, yet if you chew gum there are some aromas that actually work well with the flavors of Gum, and certain scents go well with particular seasons, a quick example will be a winter fresh gum with chrome by azzaro on a cool winter evening or a big red gum flavor with the original Tommy bahama cologne on a summer day. I even enjoy several smells that kind of work well with nature; on a rainy day that particular fresh smell in the light breeze works magically with onyx also by azzaro.
Hey Marine, I still use Old Spice for my deodorant, and Polo for my aftershave. Even though I'm an old guy, every once in a while some lady will tell me I smell good besides my wife. I think because the Pole and Old Spice are similar they work together. Carry On, great job, Semper Fi!
Tonio, do a video about cheap to expensive deodorants. And one for aftershaves. I took your advice about two fragrances, bought them, and I liked them. I would have never brought them if it had not been for your video from a year ago. Thx.
Wanting to wear fragrances (and sewing) have been the reasons I have gone scent free with laundry detergent and things such such as deodorant and skin care products. I will confess in the field of mixing scented skin care and scents, I have used Tom Ford Oud Wood beard oil layered with Velvet Rose and Oud by Jo Malone.
I tried Pure Malt on to see if I liked it in the cold weather. Too sweet, so I sprayed a little Encre Noir on it. What developed was a synthetic mess. I respect what perfumers are able to do. It's not as simple as it seems.
I think the point he was trying to get at was that a lot of the time if you mix fragrances it will be like mixing Nutella and pizza. But sometimes you hit the jackpot and get something that mixes like peanut butter and Nutella (sorry if you're allergic) which mixes like absolute magic. But most of the time it's going to be like the first example and not worth ruining the whole bottle. I would test it out by spraying one spray of one fragrance and while it's still wet a spray of the other fragrance and rub my wrists together to mix it. Then if it's good I can keep doing it but I wouldn't ever mix bottles.
Sure you should never mix let's say Tom Ford's Vanille Fatale with Penhalligon's Lord George (that sounds honestly awful) but there are fragrances, for example a whole collection of Jo Malone or certain fragrances by Diptyque that are made to be mixed. I don't see any wrong with mixing those..
I'm inclined to agree with Jeremy on the mixing of fragrances... though my example was going to be Cognac and chocolate milk. In any case, Maxim actually came out with a smaller supplement in an issue back in '99 called "101 ways to be more fashionable" or something like that. Where they actually covered this, in which they had like scent graphs and examples of what body wash would go with what antiperspirant and then the cologne. In addition to scent profiles which would complement other ones and which ones would just wreck the whole thing. I know, useful advice from Maxim, who knew? Ever since then, I've been pretty wary about what I ear and how it all balances out. If I could find that little booklet again, I'd snatch it up in a heartbeat, as there was actually a lot of usable information in there... I actually saw it on eBay about 13 years ago but was outbid at the last second.
Speaking of fragrances, had anyone tried Itr? Some of my close Arabian friends have me a vile of this stuff and it smells awesome. There are apparently many different types hags a strong smell that lasts a pretty long time. It's sort of musky, I don't know how to describe the fragrance.
There's a lot of people in our community that will Kinda mix by layering. They will layer 2 different types of fragrances to make something even better. One of the guys on the last fragrance panel at Menfluential at times will do a video on layering.
That dude seems like on coke. The fart-sniffer he is. Commercial shore begging for likes promoting his products under "providing value".
Hopefully YouTube gets down forever. Let us see what Jose will do then.
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