Honey Recipes

Honey Solid Perfume Blending Recipe

Here are a few recipes to help you get started.

Hints: You can blend the solid perfumes in any order. Try varying the amount of each solid perfume too e.g. a lot more lemon and a little less amber. Sniff and adjust the blend accordingly. You are in control so experiment and find what feels right to your nose.

Tip: Try blending on paper with cotton buds. Just layer one solid perfume over the other as you would on your skin. This way if you make a scent you don't like, you won't need to wash it off.

We hope you have fun and enjoy these recipes. Please get in touch if you have any questions.

GOLD SEQUIN

Redcurrant

Jasmine

Honey

 

INSPIRATION
'A sassy and confident lady wearing a gold sequined dress.'

 

Jasmine and honey mingle to create a smooth and sophisticated scent. The overall impression radiates beauty and confidence. The hint of redcurrant adds a flirty and cheeky touch.

 

CHARACTER

Floral fragrance.

Feminine

 

Daytime Evening

 

CHIGNON

Amber Resin

Jasmine

Honey

 

INSPIRATION
'Silky honey blonde hair tumbles effortlessly down when released from its knot.'

 

Sweet nectarous honey and soft jasmine petals entwine leaving you thinking of soft golden hair. Jasmine gives the scent elegance and perhaps the feeling of restraint (the chignon). Honey's animalic qualities create feelings of being wild and untamed (freed hair). Amber resin adds luminosity and depth.

 

CHARACTER

Floral fragrance.

Feminine

 

Daytime

 

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