Probably the most important power is that far from hiding your personality, it is able to enhance it. In fact, a perfume says a lot about the person who wears it, and it goes much further than being "romantic" or "sexy" or "daring". Today, the choice of a fragrance goes far beyond simple taste: it has to do with what you want to express with it. For example, a floral fragrance, but with spicy or woody notes, says that a woman is feminine, but also confident and with an outgoing personality. A man who chooses a fragrance with floral notes is someone who is not interested in conventions and does not want society to dictate his personal tastes.
Few people today are loyal to a single fragrance. Given the great offer in the market, most people have different perfumes to wear at different times. But there are those who go a step further and have fragrances for different moods. If on a rainy day we wear darker clothes, why shouldn't our fragrance reflect this? Imagine a gray day, to wear a warmer scent that gives you the feeling of being tucked in a woody fragrance, with intense floral notes or vanilla. On a winter day, we even evoke aromas such as nutmeg and spices that give us the reference of "home". In the heat, however, we go lightly dressed and do the same with fragrances, inspired by the ephemeral scent of freshly cut grass, citrus fruits or notes that evoke water, to feel cooler and summery.