10 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR PERFUME LAST LONGER

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10 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR PERFUME LAST LONGER

To make your perfume linger longer, make sure it can bond with your skin and stay in place throughout the day. To do this, you should adhere to as many of the perfume rules listed below as possible. We also discuss ways to make your perfume last longer in the bottle!

 

1. Before applying, make sure your skin is well moisturized.

Applying unscented lotion before spritzing on your perfume helps moisturize your skin and help your fragrance last longer.

 

2. Apply immediately following a shower.

Proper application ensures that your aroma lasts all day. Apply perfume immediately after showering and drying off for best results.

 

3. Use on your pulse points.

Because fragrance reacts to heat, applying it to your pulse points can help you release aroma throughout the day. Spray your perfume on your wrists, the nape of your neck, the insides of your elbows, and the backs of your knees.

 

4. Spray or dab on bare skin.

Prevent fabric and clothing from obscuring your aroma. When perfume is able to blend with your body's natural oils, it smells the nicest and lasts the longest.

 

5. Do not rub the fragrance in.

Rubbing your wrists together breaks down the chemicals, causing top notes to degrade faster than they would normally. If you can't spray your scent, dab it on your skin lightly.

 

6. Before applying, smear a small amount of Vaseline on your pulse points.

If you want your scent to last longer, massage a small quantity of Vaseline onto your pulse points before applying it. The balm will work as an extra moisturizing lock for the aroma, extending its longevity even further.

 

7. Spray scent onto your hairbrush and brush through your hair.

If you want to add more aroma to your hair, spray it on your brush and run it through dry hair. Do not spritz straight onto your hair, since the alcohol in many perfumes can cause damage.

 

8. Keep your perfume somewhere cool and dark.

Fragrance can degrade with changing temperatures or humidity. Instead of keeping your perfumes in the bathroom, store them in a cool drawer out of direct sunlight.

 

9. You should not shake your perfume bottle.

Shaking the perfume can also allow air to into it, reducing its longevity.

 

10. Use matching scented lotion and other products.

Another approach to get the most out of your scent is to buy the lotions, body washes, and other products that are sold with it. Clean, Calvin Klein, Versace, and other well-known companies sell complementary products to their perfumes.