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7 years 3 months ago #1 by Dese
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mixnmatch1 wrote: I love the strong scent and longevity of the EDP but can't always afford it so usually opt for the EDT instead :)


Yes, I agree. I usually go for the smallest bottle, or the cheaper option. As I hate large bottles clunking around in my bag, it may well be the perfume... Although it may not be cheaper per ml, if the purchase price is less, I am happy as I take a while to get through them. :whistle:

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7 years 3 months ago #2 by mixnmatch1
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I love the strong scent oand longevity of the EDP but can't always afford it so usually opt for the EDT instead :)

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7 years 3 months ago #3 by Merry123
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I'm normally an EDP girl, but in the warmer weather (one day a year in Wales), I sometimes opt for a lighter EDT fragrance. ;)

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7 years 3 months ago #4 by Dese
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bougheyrm wrote: In general EDT as I think there are more options with the water based products to create subtle differences. It's probably because I have generally oily skin (except in the wrinkle zone!) and so the water absorbs better.


That's a very interesting thought, I had never considered that aspect (having dry skin myself).

My preference is EDP, I love the punch of its concentration, and often feel let down by EDT. However, I am a commuter and early morning journeys with someone who is bathed in perfume would certainly be unpleasant, so I tend to avoid strong fragrances for travel/daytime. I find EDT is handy for squirting on linen etc around the house...

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7 years 3 months ago #5 by bougheyrm
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In general EDT as I think there are more options with the water based products to create subtle differences. It's probably because I have generally oily skin (except in the wrinkle zone!) and so the water absorbs better.

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7 years 3 months ago #6 by Cat68
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:unsure: Well I had to ask the question it was leading on from my last topic - EDT or EDP? What's your preference!! For me it's EDP - long lasting, more value for money. EDT not so long lasting maybe better if you like your fragrance light. Let me know what you think :side:

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