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Nails scents

Nails & Scents



Bath Junkies
Beauty Bakery
Cerise Manille
Diptyque Paris
Elizabeth Arden
I Heart MNL
Lauren & Brie
Leiania House of Beauty
Lumiere Organiceuticals
Mario Maurer
Michael Kors
Organic Alley
Radioactive Mushrooms in the Forest
Scents of Style
Scent Swatch
Smell Chic
Snoe Beauty
Tom Ford
Tommy Hilfiger
V&M Naturals
Ysabel's Daughter


under ₱500
₱500 - ₱1,500
₱1,500 - ₱2,500
₱2,500 and above

A signature scent is the most intimate, final touch to your personal style. It’s a subtle, olfactory expression of taste that can’t be seen with the eye—and therefore you can treat it as your own little secret! Find your perfect scent in BeautyMNL’s selection of covetable aromas. Whether you’re into soft, floral notes or something a little sharper, our collection of perfumes, colognes, EDTs, and even scented creams will have something to satisfy your senses.
Sit tight, beautiful things are worth the wait!
₱399.00 ₱349.00
₱399.00 ₱349.00

When purchasing a perfume at a brick-and-mortar store, you only need to smell or spritz on the tester to know how it smells. However, when buying fragrances online, you don’t have that option and so you end up relying on the product descriptions to help you decide. Since these descriptions are chock-full of terminology, here are some concepts that you should know in the world of perfumes:

  1. Notes – In perfume terminology, a “note” usually refers to a specific ingredient or loosely used as a synonym for an “accord,” or a blend of two or more fragrances. Notes are often subdivided into base notes, or the heaviest ingredients; middle or heart notes; and top notes, which are the lightest ingredients.

As the name suggests, base notes are usually the ones you smell last when you spritz on a fragrance. They also help enhance the other notes or make them last longer. Meanwhile, top notes are the first things you smell in a perfume, such as fruity scents. And before you smell the base notes, you smell the middle notes, which are usually floral ingredients.

  1. Concentration – This refers to the longevity of the scent and the ratio of the perfume oil to the alcohol. For example, a fragrance classified as Eau de Cologne has a 2 to 5% concentration of perfume oils while Eau de Toilette has a 5 to 20% concentration of oils. Meanwihle, Eau de Parfum has a 10 to 30% concentration, while Extrait or Extract has the highest concentration at around 20 to 40%

  2. Musk – It’s not just a scent. This ingredient, which was once only obtained from musk deer, is also used to extend the life of a fragrance. Today, most perfumers now use synthetic musk; the musk deer was almost hunted to extinction due to demand for this ingredient.