You may remember from last week’s Sunday Scent, that I love Clean Skin the mostest out of all my perfumes (just don’t tell the others). Clean Cashmere is up there in my favourites too. What I didn’t mention in my Clean Skin post, is that the Clean scents are perfect for layering. Cashmere, in particular, is excellent for changing other fragrances to create a unique scent.
TOP NOTES: Cedar Leaf; Bergamot; Lime; Lavandin
MIDDLE NOTES: Mimosa; Jasmine; Guaiacwood
BASE NOTES: Heliotrope; Tonka Bean; Musk; Sandalwood
By itself Clean Cashmere is a gorgeous creamy, clean-laundry-type scent. It has the perfect projection, it sits close to the skin, but not so close that I can’t smell it at all. It wears well throughout the day, and doesn’t change significantly. I have an issue with fragrances that become a completely different scent during the course of the day. Of course perfumes all change, but some more than others.
When layering, I like to apply Clean Cashmere first, and the other fragrance over the top, and I’m really not fussy what I layer it with. This could mean that I have some sort of super power for combining fragrances. Or it could simply mean that I smell like a muddled mess all day. Something to think about….
Do you layer fragrances, or stick to one at a time?