Do you have a friend that no matter what time of day it is, he/she will always smell amazing? Apart from the perfume choice, there is a strategy for when and where to spray (which affects how strong the scent is and how long it will last). We're here to find out what they're hiding.
1. They Pick Scents That Are More Potent
Scents aren't all made equal. While fruity scents fade quickly, spicy and woodsy scents with components like sandalwood persist for a long time. So, if you're looking for a fragrance that will last a long time, you might want to stick to those families.
2. Their Fragrances are Layered:
Most of your favorite perfumes come in a variety of forms, from shower gels to body lotions to oils. By layering a number of them together, you may create layers of smell that last all day.
3. They Know How to Use It:
Spritz your perfume on warmer (and frequently less visible) portions of your body, such as your stomach and chest, as well as behind the knees and behind the ears. The body heat here aids in the development of the perfume, allowing the top, middle and base notes to shine through.
4. And they don't even try to hide it:
It's natural to want to rub your wrists together after applying perfume, but avoid the temptation. Rubbing removes the high notes, leaving only the middle and base notes – and therefore reduces it's duration.
5. They Keep Them Safely:
Because heat and humidity break down the aroma molecules in your perfume, keep it in a cool, dry location of your home, such as the top of your dresser or vanity set, rather than in the bathroom.
6. They Reapply Several Times During the Day:
Your skin can't hold on to perfume indefinitely because it's a living, breathing organ. Even so, following the aforementioned suggestions will ensure that your scent last considerably longer. All you need to do is to keep a travel-size sample or rollerball of perfume in your purse.
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