Perfumer Sentence Examples
Quite apart from the genuineness of a sample, its special aroma constitutes the value of an oil, and in this respect the judging of the value of a given oil may, apart from the purity, be more readily solved by an experienced perfumer than by the chemist.
So how does one become a perfumer, or a " nose, " as they are called in the industry?
The actress spent a year developing the newest scent with perfumer Frank Volkl, of the international perfume house Firmenich, and fragrance consultant Anne Gottlieb.
The specific powder this article focuses on is then infused with the natural scent of Bulgarian Rose, which is added to the formulation by the company's in-house perfumer.
With several scents under her belt, heiress and budding perfumer Hilton has all but taken the fragrance world by storm with her slowly growing collection.Advertisement
Between Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Shania Twain and plenty of others joining the perfumer's ranks, it almost seems there isn't room left for anyone else to make an impact!
Laurent le Guernec, a Parisian-born Master Perfumer, is the creator of Rain for Marc Jacobs.
Live Luxe, created by perfumer Claudette Belnavis, was released the following year and offers a new take on the original Live perfume -- with a slightly different inspiration.
The note is not quite the straight rose aroma one might find in, for example, Tea Rose by Perfumer's Workshop or even Stella by Stella McCartney, but it is certainly pronounced.
If you want to use essential oils, however, you'll have better luck combining 1 ounce essential oil, 2 1/4 ounces pre-formulated reed diffuser oil base or fragrance grade dipropylene glycol, and 1/4 ounce perfumer's alcohol.Advertisement
This process can be very similar to cooking when you are employing food scents, and it will give you a small taste of what life is like for a perfumer.
The classic fragrance, released in 1948 by perfumer Germaine Cellier, enjoys a major fan following.