Elizabeth Arden Provocative Eau De Parfum Spray for Women, 100ml
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Description for Elizabeth Arden Provocative Eau De Parfum Spray for Women, 100ml
Introduced in 2004. Fragrance notes: a sensual blend of lilies, lotus, orchids and freesia, with traces of amber and sweet woods. Recommended use: evening. When applying any fragrance please consider that there are several factors which can affect the natural smell of your skin and in turn, the way a scent smells on you. For instance, your mood, stress level, age, body chemistry, diet and current medications may all alter the scents you wear. Similarly, factor such as dry or oily skin can even affect the amount of time a fragrance will last after being applied.
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Top Note: Lily, Lotus.
About the Product:
Confident. Alluring. Seductive. An intense fusion of tantalizing floral-oriental ingredients, this intoxicating fragrance brings a dynamic allure to a confident and seductive woman.
Elizabeth Arden established the American beauty industry a century ago when she opened the first red door salon on fifth avenue, New York in 1910. Elizabeth Arden's fundamental belief was that beauty should not be a veneer of makeup, but an intelligent cooperation between science and nature in order to develop a woman's finest natural assets. She lived by the mantra, to be beautiful is the birth right of every woman. From the cult classic eight hour cream, her legendary blue grass fragrance or her bold victory red lipstick Elizabeth Arden's list of beauty innovations is long. An entrepreneur, a woman's advocate and a champion of holistic beauty Elizabeth Arden's values and the products that inspire them remain more relevant today than ever before. Chic. Sophisticated. Beautiful. A modern fresh floral fragrance that captures the alluring style of the most famous street in the world.
About the Brand:
Elizabeth Arden established the American beauty industry a century ago when she opened the first Red Door salon on Fifth Avenue, New York in 1910. Elizabeth Arden's fundamental belief was that beauty should not be a veneer of makeup, but an intelligent cooperation between science and nature in order to develop a woman's finest natural assets. She lived by the mantra, "To be beautiful is the birthright of every woman." From the cult-classic Eight Hour Cream, her legendary Blue Grass fragrance, or her bold Victory Red lipstick Elizabeth Arden's list of beauty innovations is long. An entrepreneur, a woman's advocate and a champion of holistic beauty Elizabeth Arden's values and the products that inspire them remain more relevant today than ever before.
The Top Notes of a fragrance represent the first impression. It is hugely important that the top notes not only succeed at luring you in, but also smoothly transition into the heart of the fragrance. The top notes are also the first to fade given their light molecular structure.
The Middle Notes are considered the heart of the fragrance. They last longer than the top notes and have a strong influence on the base notes to come. It is often a smooth combination of floral and fruit notes; sometimes infused with spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom.
The job of the Base Notes is to provide a lasting impression. These often-rich notes linger on the skin for hours after the top notes have dissipated. The base notes mingle with the middle notes to create the full body of the fragrance.
Q. What is the difference between Perfume, Eau de Parfum (EDP), Eau de Toilette (EDT), and Eau de Cologne (EDC)?
A. The difference is simply a matter of the amount or concentration of oils in the fragrance. These oils are called "juice." The highest concentration of "juice" is in perfume (or parfum), followed by Eau de Parfum, Eau de Toilette, and finally Eau de Cologne. After Shave has the least amount of oils. The higher the concentration of "juice", the longer your fragrance will last, and the less you need to apply.
Q. Why do some fragrances seem to last much longer than others?
A. People with dry skin usually find their fragrance holding time shorter than those with oily skin because oily skin has more natural moisture to hold in the fragrance.
Q. How can I make my scent last longer?
A. Apply your fragrance low on the body, as well as behind your ears and on your neck, so that the scent rises and you don't lose it as quickly. A light spray on the hair can last all day. For a long lasting effect, spray it at the ankles; it allows the fragrance to blossom up.
Q. Why does fragrance contain alcohol?
A. Alcohol makes the fragrance emanate from your skin. Without alcohol, you would be the only person who knew you were wearing any fragrance at all.
Q. How can I keep my fragrance from going bad?
A. Keep all fragrances in a cool, dry area, and away from windows as sunlight can unbalance the various ingredients. An opened bottle should be kept in its box to ensure a longer shelf life.
Q. Why do fragrances smell differently on different people?
A. Body chemistry, diet and age affect the impact of fragrances on the skin. Also, a fragrance consists of many essential oils. Certain essential oils have affinity to our skin, and they may be absorbed while others may not. This creates an imbalance on the skin and accounts for the difference.
Q. Is it important to change fragrances according to the different seasons of the year?
A. Yes, since heat increases the intensity of a fragrance. A good guideline to follow is to wear lighter scents in the summer and stronger in the winter. Citrus scents are perfect for summer while oriental are better for winter.
Q. Is it true that a person has his or her own individual "smell fingerprint"?
A. Yes. Each person has his/her own unique odour identity, which is a function of heredity (genes), skin type (dry/oily/light/dark), hair colour, diet, medication being taken, stress levels, and the environment he/she lives in.
Q. Should fragrances be applied to clothes?
A. No, fragrances have been formulated to be applied to the skin. If applied to fabric, the fibres could change the character of the fragrance. The scent might also stain the fabric.
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The only negative experience I had was the delay in delivering my product even after multiple request as it was meant to be a Diwali gift for her.
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I sell many fragrances myself through another business, but Provocative by Elizabeth Arden is the one I stay with.