Capping one hundred years of success in its native Spain, 2012 belongs to Agua de Colonia. Still blended by hand in
Madrid, Alvarez Gomez 'intense signature scent is – just like its homeland – bold, brightand dynamic. This light, fresh
creation is one of the industry’s few originals and so it’s hardly surprising that it remains Spain’s most popular home produced cologne to this day. A fragrance as vivid as its canary-yellow packaging, Agua de Colonia’s formulation remains impressively unchanged since its conception one hundred years ago. Infusing tart-lemon primary notes with Geranium, Eucalyptus and Spanish Lavender, this handsome, uplifting, Mediterranean cologne also combines citrus boldness with secondary notes of Rosemary, English Lavender and Bergamot for a crisp, European sensibility. With its rich heritage and timeless appeal, Agua de Colonia is already causing a stir in the USA
and Japan having only recently been introduced to foreign markets for the first time. Its success overseas is set to continue as it extends its reach across the UK in this its centenary year. Every month more discerning stockists are discovering for themselves just what makes
this iconic scent, and accompanying bath and body products, so popular.
As being a Mediterranean girl colognes takes a big role in my life, I can say it’s like something I can not live without,
Colognes' are usually citrusy but you can find different versions as well, like lavender, orange blossom, bergamot, Rose and Tobacco
Just a little info for you before I start to give you information about this specific Alvarez Gomez’s Colognes'
Colonge is a toiletry perfume style that originated from Cologne, Germany. It is nowadays a generic term for scented formulations in typical concentration of 2-5% essentials oils.However as of today cologne is a blend of extracts, alcohol, and water
The original Eau de Cologne is a spirit-citrus perfume launched in Cologne by an Italian Pharmacist Johann Maria Farina, and he named his new fragrance Eau de Cologne
Unlike today’s cosmetic purposes they used it in medical purposes at those times. because of the mixture, they used it to treat digestive system diseases, people use to mixed it with wine or just few drops to sugar , it is also mainly used on faints , it is also used as an Antiseptic mouth, wash, ( let me tell you it is perfect for tooth aches) also used for cleaning wounds, muscle and joint pain solution was a great friction. they also say that Cologne have therapeutic properties.
If you are interested just let me know, on my next posts, I will mention about how to make your own colognes’ at home
Fantastic and full of color – it beats its small, powerful wings enthusiastically and hovers above the blossoms of gorgeous exotic flowers: the coolibri, a tiny hummingbird with bright, colorful feathers from the depths of the Amazon. Its mysterious home and breathtaking blaze of color offer the inspiration for the contrasting and fashionable colors of the 2012 summer season catwalk looks with intensive, bright color blocking – and is reflected in the Limited Edition “Coolibri” by CATRICE. In June and July 2012, sunny yellow and rich green shades, cool turquoise blue, warm orange-red and fresh pink whisk you away to the iridescent world of Amazon colors. Strong colors in stark contrast to soft textures – your eyes and nails are sure to be ultimate eye-catchers emphasized by soft, subtle lips. The ideal make-up for summertime – fascinating, light and radiantly beautiful!