Lots of replicas
If we put our heads around buying perfumes, we often have to reckon with it that it’s not cheap fun. Today, not only can we get our favorite fragrances at perfumes, but there are countless webshops or retailers that sell them. Of course, the prices are lower at this time as well, which is why it is much more tempting to get them here than in the more upscale places. In this case, of course, there is a chance that what we buy in vain is cheap, fake. Now, here are three tricks you can use to find out if a perfume is really branded in half a minute.
For quality, original perfumes, the paper strongly protects the vial and is usually snow white or to match the design. If, on the other hand, it has a grayish color, you know it’s sure to be a fake.
The color of the arrow
This is one of the easiest ways to recognize original or counterfeit that they are selling. If the upper one to the right of the arrows on the bottom of the package is darker, it is original.
Cellophane packaging is usually very tight, passive. If you wobble a little on the paper wrapper,