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Spanish term or phrase:notas de salida
English translation:top notes
Entered by: Leon Hunter
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22:18 Aug 3, 2006
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Cosmetics, Beauty / Perfume
Spanish term or phrase: notas de salida
Notas de salida:

Limón, Citríco, Mandarina de Messina

Luego hay:

Notas de Corazón
Notas de Fondo

(de una fragrancia)
Leon Hunter
Local time: 03:54
top notes
Explanation:
Top notes: Scents that are perceived a few minutes after the application of a perfume. Top notes create the scents that forms a person's initial impression of a perfume. Because of this, they are very important in the selling of a perfume. The scents of this note class are usually described as "fresh", "assertive" or "sharp". The compounds that contribute to top notes are strong in scent, very volatile, and evaporate quickly. Citrus and ginger scents are common top notes.
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Irina Dicovsky
Argentina
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top notes


Explanation:
Top notes: Scents that are perceived a few minutes after the application of a perfume. Top notes create the scents that forms a person's initial impression of a perfume. Because of this, they are very important in the selling of a perfume. The scents of this note class are usually described as "fresh", "assertive" or "sharp". The compounds that contribute to top notes are strong in scent, very volatile, and evaporate quickly. Citrus and ginger scents are common top notes.


    Reference: http://experts.about.com/e/p/pe/Perfume.htm
Irina Dicovsky
Argentina
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in category: 12

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agree  Michael Powers (PhD): This makes sense - Mike :)
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agree  Mari O'Keefe: As a native speaker and perfume enthusiast I definitely agree with this
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