Join Indigo's monthly interactive club for perfume connoisseurs and those who would like to learn more about fragrance. Check out the details... The perfume name, Scents Unwrapped winner (if there is one) and new monthly samples are announced/shipped on the last Wednesday of the month.
Step in a new direction and create your own perfume! Want to create a floral? Gourmand? Leather? We'll be here to assist.
You will be using either our professional perfume bases from Grasse, France or our curated collection of professional accords by Palette Naturals, developed in strict compliance with the ISO 9235 definition of aromatic natural raw materials. These are superior quality blends utilizing exquisite raw materials.
Join us for this hands-on experience at Indigo! We'll go over the basics- how perfumes are created, the perfume categories with plenty of examples of each, the notes, etc. You go home with 3 free samples and as many spritzs on your arms and hands that you want.
Sniff, Explore, Experiment! Join us as we offer you the chance to explore the new releases, Scent Quarter notes and the natural lines, how to layer and participate in the contests going on all afternoon. Cooling drinks, tasty apps and fun will be served.
Our fabulous customers experienced oud, the resin itself, smelling different kinds, checking out the synthetic substitutions and burning oud, as well. It was a fragrant evening that we won't soon forget!
Visit the darker side of perfume creation in this unusual session of Indigo’s Mix Your Own Scent workshops.
Please join us as we explore the more unusual notes in perfumery such as: Ambergris, Musk, Castoreum and Civet. We’ll also have on hand Leather, Tobacco, Oud and Oakmoss, as well as the more traditional perfumery notes.
Welcome to Indigo Perfumery's first ALL NATURALS mix workshop. You will be using a curated collection of professional accords by Palette Naturals, developed in strict compliance with the ISO 9235 definition of aromatic natural raw materials. These are superior quality blends utilizing exquisite raw materials.
You’ve got your pigskin suede, calfskin, goatskin and lambskin. In perfumes you have true leathers, floral leathers and tobacco leathers... which we explored, along with the essential oils and aromachemicals that are used in creating these fragrances.