Spraying perfume on elbows and feet, applying moisturizer before spraying will help prolong the scent, whereas rubbing your wrists together will reduce the scent.
Leading British perfumer Rachel House shares tips for smelling good all day.
1. Never rub your wrists together
Don’t rub your wrists together when applying as that will crush the fragrance molecules and can actually change the composition of the fragrance.
2. Do not spray on hair
If you want to make your hair luscious, Rachel explains, it’s best to use a hairspray because the alcohol in perfume can dry out your hair, leading to brittle, brittle hair.
“Fortunately, many manufacturers now offer these special fragrances for hair. For example, Givenchy L’Interdit, created in 1957 for Audrey Hepburn, is now available as a hairspray. “, Rachel said.
Moisturize your skin before applying, even just moisturizing with Vaseline helps. “Another helpful way is to spray on damp skin after showering,” Rachel says.
The reason is because it will help the oils in the perfume stick to the skin, thereby making the fragrance last longer.
4. Never store perfume in the bathroom
The reason is because too much humidity in the bathroom can break down the molecules in the perfume, making the fragrance weaker. Cool, dry places like cabinets, dressing tables are the best places to store your fragrant bottles.
5. Spray on elbows, legs and neck
The points you should spray are wrists, nape, elbows and legs. Perfume loves body heat and these spots give off more heat than others. Spray on it to help the scent last longer.
6. Add layers of incense
Using shower gels, body lotions, creams or lotions and perfumes with the same scent will increase the intensity and length of the scent, and create a signature scent. You can also spray lightly on the scarf.
7. Distinguish the longest-lasting fragrance
Our favorite perfume will accompany us on almost every journey, from vacations, dating to work.
You can distinguish between long-lasting or fast-pasting fragrances, specifically through the types listed on the label such as: Eau de Cologne contains the least amount of pure fragrance, so needs to be reapplied frequently; Eau de Toilette contains a purer fragrance and can last from morning until noon; Eau de Parfum stronger and can last all day.
“Pure Perfume It’s the strongest, which means just one drop can last all day,” Rachel said.
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