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9 tips to make your perfume last as long as possible

9 tips to make your perfume last as long as possible


9 tips to make your perfume last as long as possibleEven if you're merely wearing a simple T-shirt and your favorite jeans, perfume can help you complete your style. The scent will liven up your dinner date and may even help you entice your sweetheart even more. 

Simultaneously, there are certain widespread misunderstandings about how to apply perfume, where to apply it, and what kind of perfume to purchase. The difference between applying perfume correctly and incorrectly may make or break your entire night. Fortunately, applying perfume correctly is a straightforward process.







9 tips to make your perfume last as long as possible
9 tips to make your perfume last as long as possible



Of course, we all want a perfume that lasts as long as possible, but most perfumes, no matter how expensive or luxurious, only last for a few hours. What about the rest of the day, and that beautiful feeling that our favorite scent gives us, which fades away gradually?


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The correct way to spray perfume

These advice on how to spray perfume, where to place it, and how to preserve it may be useful in ensuring that your perfume's aroma stays to you and lasts as long as possible.

The best way to spray perfume is to hold your hand up in the air in front of you, spray the perfume in the air in front of you, and then enter under the perfume drops, as if you were entering the rain, and this is one of the best ways to distribute the perfume evenly on the body and clothes, and it is better than spraying it directly onto some parts of the body, and if you want to spray it directly onto the body, the farther you are, the more drops of perfume you allow to fall on you.


  • Perfume spray places

The pulse areas, such as the wrists of the hands and the neck area behind the ears, are the greatest places for the perfume to linger the longest since the heat in these areas is normally high, which helps to emanate the smell from you more.


  • Put Vaseline in the areas of perfume spray

One of the clever tips for making your perfume last longer is to apply Vaseline to the pulse points or perfume spray locations; it will work as a moisturizer, and Vaseline will retain the scent on your body for as long as feasible.


  • Do not rub the perfume

We make the error of rubbing perfume on our wrists, but this movement breaks the perfume molecules and causes them to evaporate quickly in the air, so try spraying perfume on the wrist only and from afar without rubbing it.


  • Your own perfume beauty collection

If you want to smell a powerful perfume, the best approach is to use the perfume's beauty set, which includes shampoo, body lotion, cream, and hair freshener, and then apply the perfume at the end to maintain the same scent.


The best way to store perfume

Most types of perfume are affected by light and heat, and if your perfume bottle is transparent, it is best to keep it away from light, and at a dry and cool temperature away from moisture, so that the molecules of the aromatic liquid do not break down, and its smell becomes ineffective.

  • It's okay with a little spray on your hairbrush.

It is acceptable to sprinkle a tiny amount of perfume on the brush after adequately hydrating your hair, but do not spray it directly on your hair to avoid being hurt by the alcohol in the perfume, while the brush will better disperse the scent and preserve your hair.

  • A spray in your wardrobe.

Sprinkle a little of your favorite perfume on your clothes from time to time so that the perfume stays on them all the time and your scent becomes stronger and stronger no matter what you're wearing.

  • Don't shake your perfume bottle.

Shaking the perfume bottle, commonly known as "shaking the bottle," works to saturate the aromatic liquid's air and lowers its quality by breaking its molecules, therefore avoid this popular habit of forcefully shaking the bottle before using it.


Tips when choosing and applying perfume

When it comes to picking and utilizing perfumes, there are several guidelines to follow, including:


  • Choosing the best perfume store and ensuring that the aroma and pricing are appropriate for the buyer.
  • Smell the perfume when spraying it directly, then again around twenty minutes later, as perfumes sometimes have a flowery or acidic scent that fades over time, and a deep woody scent that emerges afterwards.
  • Make sure the aroma won't irritate your skin.
  • In the winter, concentrated scents are preferred because mild perfumes will not last in the dry, cold air.
  • In the summer, go for light, fruity, and herbal scents. In the winter, spray the perfume over the jacket or thick clothing, rather than on the body, because winter clothes have the potential to hide the smell.
  • Assigning one scent for special occasions and parties, and another for work and everyday use.
  • To get a scent that lasts longer, spray the perfume on the body from a distance of fifteen cm.
  • The proper aroma is applied at the right time; in the morning, light, delicate, flowery, and relaxing perfumes are preferred; in the evening, composite perfumes made of different flowers or fruit perfumes are preferred; and in parties and intimate encounters, exciting and romantic perfumes are preferred.
  • Avoid touching the skin after applying perfume; this causes the scent to evaporate and be lost.
  • Spray perfume just after showering before sweating, because perfume loses its distinctive smell as soon as you start sweating, and sweat may equalize the scent of perfume, resulting in a blend of perfume and sweat smell.
  • Spray the perfume several times throughout the day rather than all at once.
  • Perfume the insides of your clothes, your caps, scarves, and even your accessories.
  • Spray the perfume on the hairbrush, then comb it through the hair to perfume it without having to spray it directly, but be careful not to overdo it because the perfume includes alcohol, which can dry out the hair.
  • To soften the region where the scent is applied, use a big amount of moist wipes from a close distance.
  • Check the perfume's expiration date on a regular basis, and stop using it if you notice a change in color or fragrance.
  • Perfumes should be kept in a dark, cold place since heat and light, particularly sunshine, can alter the chemical composition of the perfume and hence its smell.
  • Spray the perfume on the hairbrush, then comb it through the hair to perfume it without having to spray it directly, but be careful not to overdo it because the perfume includes alcohol, which can dry out the hair.


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