Music and perfume speak the same language; consists of notes and creates a harmonic composition. Both move through the air and are perceived.
Like a chord in a musical piece, every perfume has a top and bottom note and a striking heart note.
Top notes of small molecules; creates the first impression.
With its denser molecular structure, the heart note is perceived after the top notes.
The bottom notes, on the other hand, stabilize the top notes.
Another common feature of music and scents is their power to create atmosphere with their abstract forms.
The way we perceive and the emotions they evoke may vary personally. Music or smell, both tell stories, sometimes reminiscent of the past.