ABEL, 100% NATURAL PERFUMES THAT EVOLVES INTO UNIQUE AND PERSONAL SCENTS.
A new perfume has found it’s way to my heart. Abel is an all natural, living ingredient perfume range, with 5 exquisite and personal perfumes. Because each perfume works together with our natural body chemistry, it evolves differently on each person, and becomes a personal and unique scent. Follow these tips and find the right perfume for you.
All the perfumes are unisex and developed by owner Frances, a former holistic wine maker from New Zealand and Isaac, a fine fragrance perfumer trained in Milan and Paris, based in Sao Paulo.
White Vetier from Abel is my winter perfume and I love how it smells on me. The scent feels warm, comforting and yet refreshing, with Lime, Bergamot, Vetiver, Ambergris and more.
You might begin your “Scent Journey” with a simple thought. “I want to smell nice” or “I want it to invigorate my senses”. This is a good place to start, but today’s fragrance market is saturated with all kinds of options that can make it a daunting task to even know where to begin in choosing a perfume that suits you.
As a professional perfumer, Sherri Sebastian, the founder of Provision Scents, knows the struggle on the consumer’s side – but she also knows the industry inside and out and can say what is worth looking for – and what isn’t.
Here are some tried and true methods to learn how to begin your scent journey and find your individual preferences.
How to Choose the Right Perfume for Your Body Chemistry & Lifestyle
There are a plethora of things to take into consideration when learning how to choose a fragrance. Here are 5 things to keep in mind:
1.) Trust yourself—don’t read “notes” to decide what you like.
Most of the time, notes are marketing descriptions and not ingredients. Even if these notes are actually in fragrances, it is the entirety of the scent that gives it a unique fragrance profile.
2.) Get in touch with how a scent makes you feel.
Decide how you want to feel and then choose a scent that checks off the boxes. You can go to your local perfume shop and sample different scents and make notes of your reaction to them. Did it make you feel happy? Comforted? Was it an assault on your senses? You can begin to build a familiarity with different scents this way.
3.) Notice how a fragrance ‘wears’ on your skin.
First impressions are not everything when it comes to fragrance. Perfume may smell one way in the morning, another in the afternoon, and make one last change in the evening! This depends on many factors, like the fragrance portfolio of the perfume as well as your own special body chemistry. The oils on your skin can change the scent.