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Create your unique style

Select your own singular scent or combine several to show off your unique style.


The perfumes have been carefully formulated using skill and experience to guarantee stunning layering effects.


There is no right or wrong way to layer our scents - just you expressing your personality in your own way.

Are you in mood to layer?

Following your mood and style you can combine, for example, the scent "Frangipani" with "Amber & Rosewood", to enhance the floral bouquet. Alternatively, you may prefer to wear "Frangipani" on its own, to enjoy a relaxed and gentle vibe to ease you into the day. There's no limit to the number of perfumes you can combine - just allow your imagination to go wild. Fragrance Layering by Maison Label offers new ways to express yourself each day.


The ultimate way to create your own bespoke scent.


Fragrance combining allows you to wear multiple fragrances at the same time with the goal of expressing your own personal fragrance signature. Layering scents doesn’t necessarily mean spraying two perfumes directly, on top of each other. You can spray one scent on your wrists and another on your neck. Use your pulse points. Have fun experimenting, and soon you will be layering fragrances like a pro. Don’t be afraid to experiment. There is no right or wrong. 


Keep the layers light, single note fragrances, or lighter fragrances, are easier to layer. Heady and noir fragrances only need very light layers. Use single note fragrances (Frangipani adds a sweet creaminess) or lighter perfumes (Lily & Tangerine adds a bright, refreshing touch) alongside perfumes like Amber & Rosewood, or Olive Wood & Leather.


Go heavy first: when layering, heavier scents should be sprayed first so they don’t overpower their lighter counterparts.


Balance is a must: the total number of spritzes should be no more than the number you’d spray of just one scent.


Unique scent combination: each blend will smell different from person to person, because it will mix with your own natural skin smell.

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