Marc Jacobs Perfect
Welcome to Perfume and Aftershave reviews. This Mark Jacobs Perfect perfume is part of a huge collection of perfumes from Mark Jacobs fragrance Labs which I’m sure will wet your appetite for more. At this website, we research the perfumes, the History of the company and more importantly how do they smell. We tested Marc Jacobs Perfect perfume to give you our honest opinion on how the fragrance and was it worth the money that you could be about to invest.
We have split this article into different catagories beginning with the;
- Description of Notes
- What was our Findings
- Public Reviews
- Reasons to consider when purchasing your product
- Description of different types of Perfumes
- Where to store your fragrance
- Media Section
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Marc Jacobs was born on the 19th April 1963. After graduating from Art and Design school in 1981 he wanted to further pursue a career in design so he enrolled in the Parsons school of design and while there he obtained the highest school honours.
In 1986, and at the tender age of only 23, Marc launched his first collection and over the next twelve months, his hard work was noticed by all and would sky rocket him to stardom after he was awarded and became the youngest ever to receive the Perry Ellis New fashion talent in 1987 from the council of Fashion designers of America.
In 1989 Marc and his business partner Robert Duffy joined the design team at the leading US company of Perry Ellis.
Domitille Bertier (Domitille Michalon) is a senior perfumer at International Flavors & Fragrances in Neuilly, France.
She obtained her degree in chemistry and trained at the ISIPCA Perfumery School from 1992-1994 in Versailles, France. She then joined IFF as a trainee in 1994, and was promoted to the position of senior perfumer of fine fragrances in 2007.
Top Notes: Juicy Rhubarb and Bright Daffodil
Middle Notes: Almond milk
Base Notes: Cashmeran.
Description of Notes
- Top notes: Also called the head notes. The scents that are perceived immediately on application of a perfume. Top notes consist of small, light molecules that evaporate quickly. They form a person’s initial impression of a perfume and thus are very important in the selling of a perfume. Examples of top notes include mint, lavender and coriander.
- Middle notes: Also referred to as heart notes. The scent of a perfume that emerges just prior to the dissipation of the top note. The middle note compounds form the “heart” or main body of a perfume and act to mask the often unpleasant initial impression of base notes, which become more pleasant with time. Examples of middle notes include seawater, sandalwood and jasmine.
- Base notes: The scent of a perfume that appears close to the departure of the middle notes. The base and middle notes together are the main theme of a perfume. Base notes bring depth and solidity to a perfume. Compounds of this class of scents are typically rich and “deep” and are usually not perceived until 30 minutes after application. Examples of base notes include tobacco, amber and musk.
What was our Findings
Wondering what to buy your loved one for that special occasion? well this is the perfume for you! It is contained in a very beautifully designed bottle and smells fantastic.
Your first hit on your nose comes from the fragrance of a mix of rhubarb and daffodil and mellows to the scent of cashmeran but the top notes still sing all day long
This quality product will last you all day with one application, so your bottle will last for a good length of time, and available from £58.95. Bargain!!
- I bought the 100ml despite never having smelt it based on the reviews and comments and I am very happy! Thank you to all the reviewers, this really is perfect at an unbelievable price
- After using this perfume it has quickly become one of my favourite perfumes! The scent is unlike anything I’ve tried before and lasts a very long time on the skin! I would definitely recommend this perfume to anyone looking for a new one.
- Have never tried Marc Jacob’s before and I must say it smells beautiful. Not only does it smell lovely the bottle it comes in is stunning. The scent lasts for hours. It’s not too strong of a smell and not to sweet of a smell which is fabulous. Would highly recommend this product.
- I love this product! The smell, the design, everything!! I opened the box to see a beautifully designed bottle/ bottle lid which took me by surprise. The perfume itself smells amazing and I’m so glad to have been picked to review it! It’s a must have in your collection!!!
Reasons to consider when purchasing your perfume
The reason why some perfumes are expensive really depends on what ingredients it contains which is why fake perfumes are cheaper.
Because of this, the products are not natural but man made, to actually copy the scent, which is really a false saving because over time you will use twice the amount of the fake product for it to smell for the same time period as the original.
There are lots of reasons to consider when purchasing your perfume as the following will explain;
Description of Types of Perfume
- Perfume or Extrait – in English is known as perfume extract, pure perfume, or simply perfume: 15–40% aromatic compounds.
- Esprit of Parfum (ESDP) – 15–30% aromatic compounds, a seldom used strength concentration in between EDP and perfume.
- Eau de parfum (EdP) or parfum de toilette (PdT) – 10–20% aromatic compounds (typically ~15%). Sometimes called “eau de parfum” or “millésime”; parfum de toilette is a less common term, most popular in the 1980s. That is generally analogous to eau de parfum.
- Eau de toilette (EDT) – 5–15% aromatic compounds (typically ~10%); This is the staple for most masculine perfumes.
- Eau de Cologne ( EDC ) – Often simply called cologne: 3–8% aromatic compounds (typically ~5%).
- Eau fraiche – Products sold as “splashes”, “mists”, “veils” and other imprecise terms. Generally these products contain 3% or less aromatic compounds and are diluted with water rather than oil or alcohol.
Once you have purchased your product, where do you store it?.
Well most people will put their perfume in the bathroom or on their bedside cabinet by the window, but this couldn’t be worse for your perfume.
Perfumes hate direct sunshine and damp places like a typical bathroom, so my advice would be to store it in a dark corner of your bedroom and it will last as long as the manufacturer specifications.
Marc Jacobs marketing Video
If you, want value for money and still get quality then this is the perfume for you or your loved one! You won’t be disappointed with this Marc Jacobs perfume and over time it will prove to be one of the best-selling perfumes you can buy for many years to come!
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