Topic: How can you tell a fragrance is too old to use? (Dior Diorissimo)
Is it possible to tell when a fragrance is not to be used anymore? Does it smell stronger, alcholic or does the perfumes just get weaker? I got a used bottle of Dior Diorissimo EDT from an old lady, it was not her type of perfume. It smells okay to me, but very liniar. It smells just lily of the valley and nothing more to my nose. I wonder if that's how it supposed to smell.
My oldes bottle of perfume is Cool water, it was my favorite when I was younger. I never use it anymore. I have probably had the bottle for ten years, but I really can't tell if the fragrance is ruined. To me it smells the same as always...
I really want my perfume collection to last as long as possible, so all the bottles are standing in my bed room in their boxes. I hope this makes them last longer than they would without care.