5 Tips To Make Your Perfume Last All Day
And get a proper return on investment.
Everyone is familiar with this beauty conundrum. A few hours after applying your beloved perfume, the scent has already dissipated even with a generous application. A fragrance is usually the last element of a routine, the finishing touch you put on before going out into the world. Therefore, it’s only normal to want the effect of the juice to last. Here are ways to extend the life of our perfume.
After taking a shower, apply your perfume.
Pores open up and can absorb perfume when the skin is moistened. After spraying the skin, wait outside the shower until your skin has dried entirely before changing into your clothes, so the bouquet doesn't lose its freshness.
How to beautifully moisturize your skin
Moisturize your skin with lotion or Vaseline before applying perfume. Choose thick creams to ensure moisture is thoroughly absorbed into the skin. The fragrance will last longer on the skin thanks to the cream's ability to preserve its aroma.
Perfume should be sprayed from afar.
When it comes to spritzing ourselves with perfume, we're all guilty of staying too close to the skin. Try spraying the juice from a further distance. Indeed, the scents and the substance should be dispersed throughout the space. Perfume should instead be sprayed 10 centimeters away from your skin, To prevent the product from becoming stuck in a single location.
Apply it to the body's most strategic areas.
When applying perfume, we often spritz ourselves in all directions rather than concentrating on a specific location. More so in the morning rush, of course. To maximize the effectiveness of its perfume, it is vital to focus on hotter areas than the rest of the body. The neck, the nape of the neck, the inside of the elbows, and the back of the ears should be given special attention. Perfume can remain longer on your body if applied to your calves and ankles.
Spray your clothes
One often overlooks the fact that the scent lingers on the skin and can also be absorbed into the fiber of clothing. Don't forget a little spritz in your apparel. The smell will last longer this way. However, make an exception for some fabrics. Indeed, scent can stain silk, cashmere, and even white clothing.