The vocabulary, knowledge, and resources you need to get into perfume.
A collection of local shops that carry some of the smaller, more niche perfume brands—fragrances you wouldn't find in a department store.
You can play and experiment with perfume without paying through the nose for it. Here are some of our favourite resources for decants and samples.
What's the difference between perfume oils and perfume sprays? Is one better than the other? Short answer: no. But there is a difference, and it's not all about quality.
There is no proper way to apply perfume. It really depends on what you want to get out of it. But here, we break down the most common practices.
If you find your eyes glazing over when you read perfume descriptions, this glossary is for you—a breakdown of some of the perfume industry's most commonly-used jargon.
When it comes to articulating your scent preferences, the best way is to learn to categorize perfume into fragrance families. This is an abbreviated guide to help you do just that.
What's the difference between a top note, a middle note and a base note? Why are some perfumes labeled 'eau de parfum' and others 'eau de toilette'? Finally, some answers.
You don't have to spend a lot of money to smell like you did. Here's a deliberately incomplete list of some of our favourite perfumes that won't break the bank.
The first and only time you'll see the words "life hack" on this website. But that's exactly what we cover here—how to hack your perfume so that it lasts longer throughout the day.