The Mensing Colour Rosette Wheel
A pictorial description of how color combination choices determines what essential oil fragrances are most/least appealing. A guide to custom crafted perfumes using customer color choices to develop aromatic preference.
For women these are the color combinations:
If a woman chooses below as her favorite:
Group A: Extraverted
As a result of their basic psychological make-up, the perfume users in this group tend to be optimistic and active. They are outgoing, dynamic and willing to accept risks. The attitudes and behavior patterns of the perfume users that make up this group reflect their psychological personality traits:
In group efforts, they like to be the leaders – They reject a weak, non-self-sufficient woman’s role – Life and all of its difficulties pose no problems for them – They can quickly impart life to a boring group – Tasks that demand fast action are what they love.
Their desired lifestyle is straight-forward, practical and utilitarian, and they display a keen interest in everything new.
Fragrance need: Fresh – citrus – floral.
Now for the men we have a different color combination wheel:
If the man chooses:
Group D: Emotionally ambivalent with extraverted mood trend
The perfume users that comprise this group display a basic personality make-up that is lively, cheerful and vivacious, yet easily injured. This group reacts spontaneously and generously to its environment, as can be evidenced by its characteristic attitudes and behavior patterns:
They always attempt to make the best out of what life has to offer – Their attitude is: We should satisfy as many desires as possible; after all, we only live once – They reject people who let themselves go – They can make decisions spontaneously and be enthusiastic about them – Should they feel injured, they attempt to overcome the situation without brooding over the cause of it longer than is absolutely necessary.
Their desired lifestyle is geared toward modernality. It is characterized by spontaneous interests and impulsiveness, and sometimes “dreamy” behavior.