Perfume is the liquid which is made from oils and gives a room, things and people a good smell. It smells more in the warm temperature. It is mostly designed for women.
Cologne is the perfume which has a light smell. It is made from oil, water and alcohol. It is mostly designed for men.
|Definition||A fragrant liquid typically made from essential oils extracted from flowers and spices, used to give a pleasant smell to one’s body.
|a type of perfume (= liquid with a pleasant smell, used on the skin)
|Objectives/Purpose||The purpose of perfume is to add scent to something–human, animal, object or air.||The purpose of cologne is to smell better to others.|
|Synonyms||Fragrance, scent, aroma, essence, odorize||Incense, bouquet, body mist, incense, cologne water|
|Antonyms||Stink, odor, contour, malodour, exhalation||Whiff, stench, reek|
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|History||The history of perfume. France was certainly not the first country in the world to invent perfumes. In antiquity, the ancient Greeks and Romans were keen users of scents and perfumes; indeed, the art of perfumery can be traced right back to the origins of western civilisation in Mesopotamia.||The most famous Original Eau de Cologne is 4711, named after its location at Glockengasse No. 4711. It was also developed in the 18th century by Wilhelm Mülhens in Cologne and is therefore one of the oldest still produced fragrances in the world.|
|Word origin||The word perfume was originated from Mid-16th century (originally denoting pleasant-smelling smoke from a burning substance, especially one used in fumigation): from French parfum (noun), parfumer (verb), from obsolete Italian parfumare, literally ‘to smoke through’.||The word cologne was originated from early 19th century: named after Cologne in Germany.|
|How to apply||Sprayed||Splashed, sprayed|
|How long it lasts||Around 6-8 hours||Around 2 hours|
|Price||More expensive as higher essential oil concentration||Cheaper as low essential oil concentration|
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