The violet

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Belongs to the purplish family of perennial plants.

The fragrant violet is one of the rare fragrant varieties.

It is a 5 to 15 cm plant with a thick stem with an elongated stolon.
The violet has oval stipules bordered with fringes and leaves in rounded tooth shape near the root.

The color of most violets is dark purple, in some rare cases they are white.
The flowering time of violet is in spring.

It grows in woods, meadows and hedges.
When you breathe violet, its scent is pleasant but it escapes easily.
The scent of violet puts the olfactory nerves to sleep.

In perfumery, it is not the flowers of the violet that are distilled but the leaves.
We obtain a synthetic raw material, an absolute with a powdery, green, waxy and earthy scent.

The famous "violet flower" note, more softened, is made from a synthetic molecule.
Perfume creators make a composition with other materials such as ionones to obtain the “violet flower” note.
The result is a suave, sweet, soft, floral, warm scent like violet candies.
In soliflore, violet turns out to be very feminine, fruity, powdery.
It takes a ton of flowers to extract 30 g of violet flower.

Violet-based perfumes

If we refer to the language of flowers, violet brings out simplicity and modesty.
The powdery scent of violet reveals a feeling of discretion and a passionate declaration.

The "Paris" fragrance by Yves Saint Laurent is a classic, perfectly representing violet in its composition with a woody and flowery note associated with sandalwood, iris, May rose and bergamot.
The violet gives the perfume freshness and delicacy.
This fragrance with violet flower symbolizes cheerfulness, elegance, glamor and romanticism.
We also note "Les Caprices de Lolita" by Lolita Lempicka among the perfumes containing violet flower.

Violet is omnipresent and explosive.

Written by: Keevans
Category: Perfumes
Published: MAY 18, 2024
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