Have you ever wondered how some girls seem to know all about the latest perfume releases and which ones smell good and last all day? Well, it turns out, if you visit the fragrance and cosmetics’ counters, you may just find yourself with several free samples in hand. Today’s topic is about how to find affordable luxury perfumes, and absolutely free perfume samples!
How Do They Afford To Give Them Away For Free?
When perfume companies manufacture a perfume, they make it in such a huge volume that they have a great deal of excess product left over. That works in your favour, as this means are willing to then invest that left over surplus into free samples to potential customers. The sample may come in a plastic pouch or in small sample bottles.
The fragrance companies understand several underpinnings to the perfume industry. For starters, because everyone’s body chemistry is different, all kinds of scents will smell good on you, but well, downright dreadful on another person. And, the opposite is also true. What smells good on someone else might do nothing for you.
In the name of allowing you the chance to try out the scent on different occasions, to truly fall in love with the fragrance, they will give you absolutely free samples. Even the larger samples will eventually run dry. This is particularly true if you are partial to one scent. That means, when it runs out, you are more likely to invest the money yourself into buying the full-priced perfume.
Do I Have To Step Foot In The Stores To Get Samples?
You are likely to find perfume samples in your local Boots and Superdrug, but online freebie websites find and promote all samples currently available, so get searching! This means that you can order as many free samples as you want from the comfort of your own home, while catching up on Netflix and eating pizza (which, let’s admit, are our priorities here).
What about buying bottles of perfume?
Samples are great, but they don’t last very long. If you want to buy quality perfumes such as Miller Harris but don’t want to splash out for a full-size bottle, you can get smaller sizes, or search online on sites such as Fragrance Direct of Amazon. You can also find second-hand bottles (many of which are unwanted gifts) on marketplace apps like Depop.