What is it about vanilla? Why do we love it so much? Why is it found in so many fragrances? I think these four reasons say it all.
If you’re a fan of mixing things up, especially with the likes of tonka bean, orange blossom, or spices like coriander and cardamom, vanilla fragrances are exceptionally compatible for layering with with other scents. Adding vanilla can make a scent more complex. It can also give you some freedom to experiment. You can add vanilla to almost any mix because of its subtle and powdery characteristics that enhance other smells without overpowering the senses or drowning out the other notes. And this is what we see with Ani.
The sweet and complex fumes from vanilla have enchanted people for centuries. Perfume lovers appreciate the excitement of new smells, but we also appreciate the appeal of beloved fragrance classics, like those brown wrinkly pods.
It’s subtle but distinct.
There’s just no substitute for vanilla, and since it’s subtle but unique in that it can stand out without overshadowing other notes, regardless of what they are.
Amazing vanilla perfumes smell delicious on anyone, regardless of terminologies like eau de parfum or cologne that may bring a specific gender to mind. Vanilla seamlessly complements our fragrances and can be enjoyed by anyone, anytime.