How to Amazing Smell All the Time With Parfum That You Have

1. Spray your perfume right after taking a shower and before getting dressed. The moisture on your skin will help lock in the scent. This will also prevent the fragrance from staining delicate clothes or jewelry.

2. Don’t dab the fragrance on your wrists after spraying. If you rub your wrists together, you’ll force the top notes to disappear faster than intended and as a result make your fragrance not last as long.

3. Target pulse points and warm areas on your body when spraying perfume. To make your scent last longer, choose a couple target areas (not all of them at once) from the chart below to spritz. The warm areas indicated will help diffuse the fragrance across your entire body and spraying your ankles and calves will allow the scent to rise throughout the day.

4. For a lighter scent, spray the fragrance in the air and slowly walk into the mist. The spray will distribute evenly across your body and leave you with a hint of fragrance for occasions when you don’t want to smell as strong.

5. Spraying an alcohol-based fragrance directly onto your hair will dry it out, so instead spray the fragrance on your brush before running it through your hair. Your hair will be lightly scented and undamaged.

6. Or use a fragrance specifically designed for hair to make it smell better in between washes. Try Oribe Cote d’Azur Eau de Parfum.

7. Familiarize yourself with common fragrance terms so you know exactly what the sales associates are referring to when helping you find a new perfume.

8. Pour the last bit of fragrance from an almost-empty perfume bottle into unscented lotion so nothing goes to waste.

9. Create your own custom scent by layering fragrances. Spray a few fragrance blotters with different oils and perfumes and smell them at the same time to see if they complement each other. Once you find a combination you like, try them on your skin (your skin oils can alter the way a perfume smells). Spray the stronger scent first and then top it with the lighter fragrance so that the first fragrance doesn’t overpower the second.

10. the scent. Fragrance sampling is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get.

11. Use business cards as blotter strips for sampling fragrances. No need to waste blotter strip paper.

12. To sample the true scent of the fragrance you’re testing, wait until it has dried on your skin before smelling. The first scent you smell as soon as a fragrance is sprayed is the top note, which disappears after a few minutes anyway.

13. PERFUME WARNINGS