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    WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PERFUME AND COLOGNE

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    Perfumes and colognes differ in a few ways, but the most obvious is that  colognes are weaker in odor. Perfumes are created using three layers of  fragrance, called notes, with the topmost being the strongest but shortest  lived. The middle note is more subtle and will last several hours longer, while  the base note is the quietest yet will last throughout the day. Colognes are  comprised of only a single scent, whereas a layered perfume may have three, and  cologne will not pack as powerful a punch or linger as long.


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