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Duty Free Perfume Shopping Online in New Zealand
09 Aug

Duty Free Perfume Shopping Online in New Zealand

Don’t restrict yourself to just buying at local New Zealand duty free shop. There is another cheap shopping option in New Zealand too! Buy from Perfume Store NZ online! “Our perfumes are cheaper than duty free store in New Zealand!". So, why waste time and energy when you can simply get your stuff online and delivered to your door step. Easy as 1 2 3.

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Men's Fragrance
25 Jul

Men's Fragrance

‘Less is more’. Fragrance is always more potent than one imagines. A man often uses a fragrance more liberally than a woman would because his sense of smell tends not to be as acute. Also, men become used to splashing on an aftershave and forget that a cologne or an eau de toilette has a more concentrated, far more potent fragrance.

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Choosing The Right Fragrance
25 Jul

Choosing The Right Fragrance

Finding a new fragrance for yourself or a loved one, can be an exhausting task, and with so many scents, and so many combinations it can feel incredibly daunting. The first rule of fragrance finding is to think about what notes you like, and other scents you’re attracted to. Finding a new fragrance for yourself or a loved one, can be an exhausting task, and with so many scents, and so many combinations it can feel incredibly daunting. The first rule of fragrance finding is to think about what notes you like, and other scents you’re attracted to.

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Fragrance History
25 Jul

Fragrance History

The Egyptians developed aromatic oils and essences 5,000 years ago. Great perfume lovers, they used almond and rose oil, frankincense and myrrh, cedar, mimosa and lily, nutmeg, sweet balsam, cassia, benzoin and labdanum, galbanum and opopanax in such diverse preparations as aphrodisiacs, medicines, cosmetics and incense. In fact, the art of perfumery in Ancient Egypt was so sophisticated that when archaeologists opened Tutankhamen’s tomb in 1922 they discovered an ointment that was still fragrant!

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How Long Will Your Perfume Last?
25 Jul

How Long Will Your Perfume Last?

Perfume is affected by air, heat, and light, so try to keep your bottle closed in a cool, dark place. Unopened, it may last 20 years, but once you have let air get in it will start to deteriorate and become acidic, the top notes going first. The more air, the worse the effect, so once opened it is really best to use it all within a year or two – and that, of course, will give you every excuse to choose a replacement without delay!

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