Salvador Dali perfume Agua Verde

Salvador Dali perfume Agua Verde

Agua Verde de Salvador Dali é um perfume Amadeirado Aromático Masculino. Agua Verde foi lançado em 2005. As notas de topo são Toranja e Figo as notas de coração são Jasmim, Vetiver e Noz-moscada as notas de fundo são Sândalo e Âmbar



EDP Eau de Parfum água de perfume
EDP.REC água de perfume recarregável
EDT Eau de Toilette água de Toilette
EDT.REC água de Toilette recarregável
EDC Eau de Cologne água de Colônia água de colónia
AS After Shave Loção Pós-Barba
AS.BALM After Shave Balm Gel Pós-Barba


“Ninguém pode duvidar da estima geral dada a Dalí: peça ao homem da rua que lhe indique um artista moderno, e tenha certeza de que ele citará seu nome. Mas nem todo mundo o conhece da mesma maneira; Apreciado como “showman” e um dos maiores artistas deste século, Dalí será elogiado por sua habilidade técnica e por quem conhece suas obras mais populares e aprecia sua imaginação exuberante. Todos parecem conhecer os relógios macios que aparecem em suas pinturas, mesmo que, muitas vezes, o título The Persistence of Memory lhes escapa. "
- A.Fiel, coleção de esculturas Dalí, 2005
A juventude de Dalí: 1904-1915

Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí y Doménech nasceu em 11 de maio de 1904 em Figueras, no norte da Catalunha. A região de sua infância sempre terá um lugar privilegiado em seu trabalho como em sua vida. Desde muito cedo manifestou atração pela arte figurativa e pela pintura, revelando já a sua personalidade original e inspirada. Ele tem aulas particulares de desenho.
Um ser marcado por sua infância

Seus pais haviam perdido o primeiro filho, também chamado Salvador. O amor superprotetor que deram ao segundo filho encorajou o desenvolvimento de um temperamento instável e egoísta. Seus pais nunca se recuperaram da morte de seu primeiro filho, ele era um gênio que confidenciou a mãe a seu filho. O jovem Salvador também fica profundamente perturbado ao ver seu nome na sepultura. “Todas as minhas excentricidades, todas as minhas incoerências são a constante trágica da minha vida [.] Quero provar que não sou o irmão morto, mas o vivo”, escreveu ele.
Estudos: 1921-1927

Enquanto em Paris o dadaísmo estava no auge, Dalí foi admitido no Instituto San Fernando, a Escola de Belas Artes de Madrid. Lá ele aperfeiçoou seus conhecimentos de escultura, desenho e pintura. Contestando violentamente a competência de seus professores, Dalí é expulso das Belas Artes de Madrid. Ele foi expulso em 1922 por incitar a rebelião dos alunos da escola. Foi nessa época que conheceu Lorca e Buñuel, enquanto em sua primeira viagem a Paris em 1926 conheceu Picasso.
O movimento surrealista: 1928-1937

Em Paris, Dalí conhece Breton, Eluard, Magritte e Ernst. Ele se juntou oficialmente ao grupo surrealista. Durante o verão de 1929, o poeta Paul Eluard e sua esposa Elena (Gala) visitam o pintor em sua casa em Cadaqués. É amor à primeira vista entre Dalí e esta mulher. Ela será sua "musa surrealista", a inspiração para sua vida e sua obra. Dalí expõe pela primeira vez em Paris (11 pinturas).
1939-1945

Durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, Dalí e Gala mudaram-se para os Estados Unidos. Permaneceram lá até 1948. Aqueles anos foram muito importantes para ele. O Museu de Arte Moderna de Nova York ofereceu a Dalí sua primeira retrospectiva em 1941. Em 1942, Dalí publicou sua autobiografia, La Vie secrète.
Extensão da obra Dalinian: 1961-1970

Dalí é sempre mais prolífico: escreve e ilustra livros, desenha cenários e figurinos para óperas, faz filmes, desenvolve novas teorias, esculpe, desenha, cria joias e móveis, mistura técnicas artísticas, sua genialidade nunca tem limites na arte.
O fim de um grande artista: 1974-1989

Em 1974, Dalí inaugurou o Teatro Museo Dalí em Figueras, Espanha. Este evento foi seguido por retrospectivas em Paris e Londres até o final da década. Após a morte de sua esposa, Gala, em 1982, a saúde de Dalí começou a piorar. Após o incêndio em sua casa em 1984, ele foi totalmente queimado e sua saúde piorou. Dois anos depois, ele foi implantado com um marca-passo. Nesta parte de sua vida, Dalí retirou-se primeiro para Pubol e depois para seus apartamentos perto do Teatro Museo. Ele morreu em 23 de janeiro de 1989.


Perfumes for Men

Perfumes for Men: The 4 Olfactory Families of Men's Perfumery Among the most important olfactory families that make up men's perfumery, we highlight the woody family, the aromatic family, the oriental family, and the citrus family. Each is divided into subfamilies, allowing for numerous combinations of aromas. In each family, we will find the raw materials that compose it, enriching the olfactory character of that family.

Woody Fragrances for Men:

The woody family is a grouping of predominantly masculine tones. It comprises fragrances with a primary accord of woods such as cedar and sandalwood. Woody notes impart a warm and enveloping character to the composition and blend well with other olfactory families.

Aquatic-Woody Fragrances:

Including essential oils of wood, cedar, sandalwood, patchouli, or vetiver. Aquatic notes add marine or oceanic tones, refreshing the woody notes.

Woody Fragrances:

Offering warm and enveloping tones, combining wood notes with masculine aromatic notes like lavender, sage, basil, or thyme.

Woody-Chypre Fragrances:

Powerful and imposing, these fragrances blend the warm notes of the woody family with strong and luxurious chypre tones, leaving a lasting impression.

Woody-Floral-Musk Fragrances:

Blending warm tones with softened floral notes, often combined with musky notes, especially white musk, adding beautiful sensuality to the perfume.

Spicy-Woody Fragrances:

Spices bring strength and power to the composition, enhancing the initial woody notes with ingredients like pepper, coriander, or cinnamon.

Aromatic Fragrances for Men:

Under aromatic fragrances, we group aromatic herbs like sage, rosemary, lavender, or thyme. It is a highly popular family in men's perfumes, emanating great masculinity. Lavender, widely used in men's perfumery, takes center stage in this family.

Aquatic-Aromatic Fragrances:

Formulated with noble plant materials like lavender, sage, tarragon, gentian, or star anise. Associated with aquatic notes, the composition is both light and very masculine.

Aromatic-Fougère Fragrances:

Combining aromatic notes with fern family notes, highly popular in men's fragrances. Often, a heart with geranium and oakmoss as a base note creates ultra-masculine fragrances.

Aromatic-Fresh Fragrances:

Alongside aromatic notes, often vegetable, we sometimes associate fresh notes. This freshness is usually provided by the citrus family composed of citrus fruits like orange, grapefruit, lemon, or bergamot.

Green-Aromatic Fragrances:

Notes combining with lavender or basil. Among the notes providing more greenery, we find galbanum, lily of the valley, mint, or violet flower. Green aromatic scents are particularly appreciated in summer.

Citrus Fresh Fragrances for Men:

The citrus family is the oldest olfactory family, mainly composing men's cologne. It offers fresh and light tones, sometimes spicy. Here, you will find grapefruit, orange, bergamot, and lemon. Widely used in men's perfumery, citrus fragrance notes blend perfectly with other olfactory families.

Oriental Fragrances for Men:

The oriental family emits warm and sensual notes of vanilla or spices. This family gains its richness from powerful and oriental notes such as cinnamon, precious woods, vanilla, amber, or resins. With its powerful character, the oriental family combines with many tones to offer intense and original fragrances.

Oriental-Fougère Fragrances:

The Oriental family is one of the most popular in perfumery, primarily comprising warm notes. Common oriental notes include resinous smells, balsam, or spices. Fern notes bring great virility to the composition.

Oriental-Spicy Fragrances:

Oriental-spicy fragrances are attention-grabbing scents with strong, potent, and imposing spices that pair well with other spices or various balsams and resins.

Oriental-Woody Fragrances:

With very warm oriental notes, seductive tones like cedarwood, sandalwood, vetiver, or tonka bean are added. Chic, warm, and ultra-seductive, orient

Perfumes

Understanding Perfumes: Types, Composition, and Families

Understanding Perfumes: Types, Composition, and Families

What Are the Different Types of Perfumes?

In a perfume bottle, there isn't just the fragrant substance; the perfume is primarily composed of a carrier whose role is to dissolve the fragrant substances well. There is a finisher, usually a fixative, which helps strengthen the fragrance's tenacity. The fixative is often in the form of iris root powder.
There is an abundance of perfumes, fragrances here and there that fill the shelves of perfumeries worldwide. But what's most impressive is that each of these aromas is unique. So, it's natural to ask the following question:

What are the differences between these fragrances based on?

We can differentiate perfumes based on various criteria. Firstly, there is a difference based on the nature of the medium.
There are 3 types of perfume according to this criterion:
1.    Alcoholic fragrances are the most common; the carrier is pure ethanol. It has the advantage of being very volatile, leaving only the scent on the skin.
2.    Oily fragrances are particularly gentle on the skin.
3.    Solid perfumes, commonly called "perfume concrete," where the perfume components are diluted in a "balm." These scents are applied in small quantities to selected areas.

Furthermore, a distinction can be made even in alcoholic perfumes, according to the content of fragrant compounds. In fact, in our perfumes, we see different names like "eau de parfum" or "eau de toilette." That's where the difference in quality lies, often related to the price difference between perfumes.

•    There are sweet waters or colognes that contain less than 8% fragrant substance. Fixation is about 1 hour.
•    Eau de Toilette has a concentration of 6 to 12%, for a fixation of about 3 hours.
•    Eau de parfum is part of this concentration growth with between 10 and 20% fragrant substance, for a period of several hours.
•    Finally, there are the perfumes themselves, which are composed of 15 to 40% fragrant material and ensure fixation for several days.

Perfume Composition: The Notes

When we talk about perfume, we often talk about notes: top, heart, base notes. They correspond to the composition in fragrant substances of the product:
•    Top notes: these are the first notes, those you feel as soon as the product disperses in the air; fresh notes of citrus fruits or herbs;
•    Heart notes: these are the ones that will smell for several hours, it's the character of the perfume; powerful notes of flowers, fruits;
•    Base notes: these are the notes that will last for several days, that will remain; warm and powerful notes of wood, moss.

Fragrance Families

When we go to a perfumery, we are usually asked what kind of perfume we like: more floral, woody, amber, etc.

There are seven main fragrance families:
1.    Citrus aromas: composed of fruit peels: orange, bergamot, citron;
2.    Floral fragrances: composed mainly of flowers: jasmine, rose, violet;
3.    Fern aromas: woody notes, lavender, oakmoss;
4.    Chypre scents: accords of oakmoss, patchouli, bergamot;
5.    Woody aromas: warm notes of sandalwood, patchouli, cedar;
6.    Amber aromas: oriental, sweet, powdery fragrances with vanilla;
7.    Leather perfumes: composed of dry notes of tobacco, smoke, burnt wood.

It is possible to distinguish perfumes based on the nature of the fragrant compound.
•    Most often, it is in the form of essential oils, which are concentrates of volatile molecules from the plant. They are obtained by distillation.
•    There are also many perfumes made from so-called "absolute" plant raw materials. Like essential oils, they are found in alcoholic, oily, and solid perfumes.
•    The third type of fragrant compound relatively present in the perfume market corresponds to CO2 extracts, which allow obtaining an odor closer to the plant than its essential oil. CO2 extracts are 100% natural and very ecological.

It should be noted that, with the industrialization of perfume and the progress of chemistry, synthetic processes emerge that allow the production of artificial fragrant compounds. Synthetic smell is sometimes more faithful than that of natural raw material, as in the case of rose.


 

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