People like to rank everything, and perfumes as well.
The constant evolution of technology allowed the creation of many different products around a basic concept.
This principle also applies to scents, fragrances, and perfumes.
Nowadays, creating perfumes for different uses is a sophisticated process, involving the use of natural and artificial raw materials together, as part of the final product.
The ranking is the way of positioning things (and people) based upon a primary definition.
It is common to see different lists of same things, graded in various places from list to list, according to with the definition of the primary parameter.
For instance, if grading a perfume according to its price, will position it in a different place than if grading it according to its bottle size.
Ranking perfumes according to scents is an impossible task. There is no sense in comparing raw materials, or in stating that Jasmine is better than Roses or that Patchouli based perfumes are the best choice.
Lists are everywhere.
From time to time lists like “Top 10 perfume brands” also appear, or “Best perfumes 2017”, or “Under $100 fragrances”.
The truth of the matter is that there are no rules for a perfume to become a success.
We tend to measure success based on quantity sold over time, or amount of people recommending a particular brand, or being a particular scent part of a trend.
Please watch an example of the “Top 10 Most Complimented Perfume/Cologne” video with 1,079,653 views to date:
The bottom line is that every individual may prefer a specific perfume according to his/her age, gender, location, price and more.
Therefore, we do not believe in these ranking lists for perfumes.
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