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Perfume is one of the most essential makeup accessories these days And Perfume is a widely used Forever 21 Coupons substance and deemed essential in the daily social lives of many. At the same time, it is pretty expensive, with the prices of all the good perfume brands touching the sky. In such a case, how can you buy a number of perfumes for yourself, each suiting a different time of the day as well as the year? Simple, make your own perfume at home. Instead of buying perfumes from the store and not knowing what they are made of, it's possible to make perfumes at home with varying aromas and styles, relying on any number of attainable ingredients. Given below is the complete procedure for making perfumes at home.

Homemade Perfume Making Procedure:

The basic ingredients at the core of all perfumes are water, alcohol and fragrant oils, which cobbled together in different amounts, create the desired sweet-smelling mixture.

Thing you'll need:

o 4 tbsp Ethyl alcohol

o 2 cups Distilled water

o 10 drops Bergamot Essential Oil

o 10 drops Lavender Essential Oil

o 1 Glass Bottle


o Purchase all the ingredients required for making the perfume. Make sure that the bottle you buy for storing the perfume is a glass one, with an airtight cap.

o Fill your bottle with the distilled water.

o Add ethyl alcohol, bergamot essential oil and lavender essential oil to the water, in any order.

o Then Shake the bottle with gentle hands, till all the contents in it get mixed completely.

o After that Store the bottle in a cool, dry place for 48 hours. Throughout the time, make sure that direct sunlight does not fall on it.

o After two days, gently shake the bottle once again.

o Test your new perfume, with the help of a dab test.

o You can put rose petals or other flowers to the essential oils, to add different scents to your perfume.


Keep in mind that when making the mixture, watch closely the ratio between the three main ingredients of alcohol, water and oils, as the oils are strong and even a slight miscalculation will result in a completely different scent. When attempting to replicate a successfoully made batch, precision is mandatory.

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