Original perfumes have a number of characteristics that distinguish them from copies.
Perfumers can take years to produce them. They take care of many details that imitators do not care about. Precisely there are differences, and, obviously, in the results.
Differences between original perfume and copie.Let's start with the final product. They are original, do not damage the skin, and enjoy much greater durability. It's like with whiskey and all expensive liquors: You can't open the jar or the bottle to try it before you buy it, it would be lost if you don't buy it. That is why the indicators are almost all external.
Perhaps there are only two signs that can give us a clue to its content.The first is the bubble test. If we shake it and see some small bubbles that disappear immediately, it is probably an original perfume. The second is color homogeneity. If there is a different density, "layers" of different colors can be seen. In this case you have to distrust its originality.
External factors of the original perfumes:
- The provenance. If we buy from a house of proven trust and reputation.
- The price. If we intend to pay little money for the perfume, we expose ourselves to a fiasco.
- Look at the cellophane that wraps the box. It must be of good quality, perfectly adhered and show no signs of hasty packaging.
- The box must be of excellent material and packing form.
- The label and cap are important to check.
- Typography is worth valuing
- Barcode, lot number, and expiration date.
- We will probably also see the description of the composition of the fragrance.
- The bottles of the original perfumes must be smooth, transparent, and made of good quality glass, to reveal their contents.