With so many fragrance suppliers on the market, how do you know how to identify the quality?

It can be confusing and hard to identify, if you don’t know what you’re looking for. But we’re here to teach you how!


First, there are a few very distinct qualities that separate regular fragrance from those of luxury quality.

  • Luxury fragrances are designed using a global palette of raw materials with exotic and well-balanced accords to project a rich, luxurious character.

  • They're often multi-dimensional and sophisticated, curated by master perfumers with a discerning nose for quality and luxury.

  • Look for unique ingredients sourced from around the world that are made with essential oils, fine fragrance oils, and ones that are often not readily available to the mass-market. 

Accords including rich spices, warm woods, earthy, mossy tones, honey smoked florals, bergamot, and mandarin are often associated with luxury fragrances with delicate balances of specialty ingredients, such as jasmine, rose, tobacco, patchouli, vetiver, oud, and chamomile can be used at precise levels to add a unique balance and sophistication to the scent.


So when choosing your fragrances you will want to choose oils with multiple top, middle, and base notes. You can find this information under the product descriptions of each fragrance offered by makesy.

We offer a full variety of different fragrances, ranging from sweet and gourmand to woody and spicy and aromatic, that are curated by master perfumers with ingredients sourced from around the globe. 

You can sample and explore each olfactory blend with our specially curated Fragrance Discovery Kits and you can learn more about fragrance notes in our blog Fragrance Notes, Explained.

Happy Making!

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