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Identifying scents that pair perfectly together for the purposes of layering can be a fun and creative process. Here are some tips on how to identify scents that work well together:

Look for common notes: Start by identifying common notes between two or more fragrances. If two fragrances share common notes, they are more likely to blend well together when layered.

Consider fragrance families: Fragrances are often grouped into families based on their scent profile, such as floral, woody, spicy, or citrusy. Try layering fragrances from the same family to create a harmonious blend.

Experiment with contrasts: Sometimes contrasting scents can work well together when layered. For example, a sweet floral fragrance can be balanced by a spicy or woody scent. Experiment with different combinations to find what works for you.

Keep it simple: When layering fragrances, it’s best to start with two scents and then gradually add more if desired. Too many scents can create a confusing and overwhelming scent profile.

Test before committing: Always test fragrances before committing to layering them. Spray each fragrance on different parts of your body and wait a few minutes to see how they develop on your skin. If they work well together, you can then experiment with layering them.

From our collection, we have identified the following fragrances as some of the easiest to layer with other fragrances. They are as follows; Spellbound, Meraki, Santal Myth and Pipe, are easy to layer with any other fragrance. Overall, identifying scents that pair perfectly together for layering requires some experimentation and creativity. Start with common notes, consider fragrance families, and experiment with contrasts. Keep it simple and always test before committing to a new scent combination.

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