Why not make your own?
Here I have some resources for you. They could help you develop an interest in having your own perfume. They could help you go about creating your own perfume. You can view some of my creations here.
In the course of working with perfume, perfumery students, and marketing companies I have developed the following guides. Many have found them helpful. Perhaps one could be of help to you.
Creating your own perfume from dropper bottles: Methods, mechanics, and mathematics
If you are developing your own perfumes, likely you are working with dropper bottles, squeezing out a few drops of this and a few drops of that until you have a fragrance you are proud to call your own ... and proud to share with others, either as gifts — or for money!
Now, if you want to "scale up" your project and produce a quantity of bottles, you come up against a production hurdle. Dropper bottles are slow! Creating your own perfume from dropper bottles: Methods, mechanics, and mathematics takes you through the simple but important steps that allow you to use professional measurements and produce many bottles of your fragrance in a fraction of the time.
- How To Launch Your Own Perfume Company: A Simple Business Plan
This strategy involves becoming a source of perfume. Rather than establishing a "brand" and selling your creations under your own brand name, you develop a businesss that provides product to perfume entrepreneurs. One advantage of this business is that, rather than having to "front" the money needed to market a new perfume, clients pay both your costs and some percentage of your profit in advance, before you undertake their projects. Selling and management skills are required but the results can be a fine, full-time or part-time business.
Creating Your Own Perfume With A 1700 Percent Markup!
This is a step-by-step guide and the story of a small marketing company that produced and marketed a fragrance of its own on a limited (controlled) scale. This allowed it to enjoy a gratifying profit (as is suggested by the book's title.)
The production was "desktop." The work "by hand." Costs were tightly controlled. Mathematics were carefully monitored. The techniques used work well for the underfunded entrepreneur but the steps and services described allow, with greater funding, unlimited expansion.
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