4 Things To Know About Avon Fragrances


4 Things To Know About Avon Fragrances

1. What are the most popular women’s and men’s fragrances?

Avon’s most popular women’s fragrance brands include Haiku, Far Away, Imari, and Rare. The most popular men’s fragrance brands include Wild Country, Mesmerize and Black Suede. Other’s favorites are Avon Luck Men and Prime brands.

2. What is the difference between eau de parfum and eau de toilette?

The difference is based on the concentration of oils in the fragrance. Perfumes have the highest concentration of pure perfume essence—then comes eau de parfum, eau de toilette and eau de cologne.

3. How do you apply perfume?

Spray the fragrance 5-7 inches from your pulse points (the spots where you can feel your heartbeat). These areas emit heat which helps to activate the scent of the fragrance. Pulse points include: behind your ears, on your wrists, inside your elbows, behind your knees and neckline.

4. How to store perfume?

  • Keep perfume bottles away from direct light, heat, and humidity
  • Store the fragrance in the bottle/package that it came in
  • Store at a consistent temperature

Is there an AVON fragrance you would like to try? I would LOVE to send you a fragrance sample!

Contact Me* with the fragrance name and I will let you know what kind of sample I can provide. Many of our fragrance samples come in two options: Vial-on-Card Samples to dab on from a vial OR Discovermore Samples to apply from a scented pad.

*For Morris, Sussex or Passaic County NJ residents BUT if you register at My AVON site or if you are a returning eCustomer, I would be happy to consider sending you a sample but reserve the right to decline if shipping costs prohibit fulfilling the request.

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