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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsThere's something very appealing about having a signature scent. A scent that would help people instantly recognise that it's yours and you're somewhere nearby. This can be really attractive too. However, you don't want a perfume that isn't very likeable and you also don't want a mainstream perfume akin to most people in the room. You need a perfume that defines you as a person. So here are tips to get a scent like that: 1. Notes Are Key © Getty Images Notes are packed in three layers: top, heart, and base. The top notes are the strongest and wear off easily. It's the heart notes that thrive for a longer duration. Focus on notes that you like and notes that last longer to choose your perfect scent. 2. Understand The Nuances © Getty Images You either get a signature perfume or seasonal perfume for Winters and Summers. For example, heavier scents work well for fall, and herbal, floral and citrus scents work well in the summer. Here are some key notes and what they refer to: Citrus: Neroli, bitter orange, and grapefruit. Bergamot, a type of orange, is a popular base note thanks to its peel's sweet, fresh, and ripe qualities Herbal: Or “aromatic”. Lavender, rosemary, mint, thyme, etc. Green: 'Green' is like the freshness of a jungle or sprawling field of fresh-cut grass. Woody: Not just woods, but anything that evokes the foresty scent and its damp earthiness: Patchouli, cedarwood, sandalwood, moss, vetiver, and more. 3. Notice Other People © Getty Images Every time you come across a pleasant smelling person, just ask them what they're wearing and why they chose that particular perfume. This gives you perspective in terms of what lasts and what's noticeable but also you'll slowly start to understand the scents that you like from the ones that you don't. 4. The Classics Always Work © Getty Images If you're a fan of the classic perfumes and vintage delights, then probably choosing from the classics isn't a bad option at all. 5. Test Before Buying A Fume © Getty Images It's always best to go to the store, wear the perfume once and get the feel of it so that you know how it would smell on you before investing in it. This way you'll have a fair idea of what you're buying and will be more confident when you wear it.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsLG has been launching flagship phones for years but hasn't been able to make a mark in terms of sales. The company launched the G series smartphones alongside Samsung's offerings and failed miserably. For some time now, the company has dedicated its attention to the V series, but sadly even that hasn't picked up. This week though, LG launched its latest ultra-premium Android smartphone with the Signature Edition (2018). It is based on this year's V35. Last year, the company launched the first Signature Edition phone that was based on the V30. When compared to the base flagship, the limited edition offers improved specifications and a better ceramic build. The ceramic body is also fully sealed with an IP68 rating for dust and water-resistance. © LG The latest Signature Edition has zirconium ceramic back cover that doesn't scratch easily. It comes in Black and White designs and brings along a set of Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9i headphones in the package as well. Users can also have their name engraved on the phone. In terms of specifications, the phone has a 6-inch OLED display (same as the LG V35), with an 18:9 aspect ratio and 2,880 x 1,440 resolution. It is powered by a Snapdragon 845 chipset along with 6GB RAM and 256GB storage, that is expandable via microSD. On the back, it has a 16 + 13-megapixel dual camera setup that supports LG's ThinQ AI features. The front has an 8-megapixel snapper. © LG The phone is backed by a 3300mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging and wireless charging support. It also has quad digital to analog converter (DAC) and AptX HD sound that makes it an incredible phone for audiophiles. The premium package includes exclusive after-sales service with a personalized assistant and a fancy leather case. There will also be just 300 units available for purchase globally. © LG The phone is priced at KRW 1,999,800 (Rs 1,23,000) and there are not many details on its availability in India right now. LG is giving away a pair of Bang & Olufsen (B&O) Beoplay H9i headphones with the phone as well, that costs KRW 700,000 (Rs 43,000).
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