What is the best way to store my fragrance?
Fragrance oils can be kept for a very long time provided they are stored correctly. Your perfume bottle should be kept in a cool, dark place away from excessive temperature fluctuations and direct light. Excessive exposure to these conditions will alter the chemistry and the consistency of your fragrance. Correct storage procedures will help ensure that your fragrance will remain as fresh as the day you bought it. So make sure you do not store your perfume bottles on the window ledge, in the fridge or even in the bathroom.
How can I make my fragrance last longer?
Certain factors will determine how long a fragrance will last. Some users with dry skin will find that their fragrances will not last as long as others as they are unable to absorb the fragrance oils as well as others into their skin. To help make your fragrance last longer you can use the matching products such as bath and shower gels, along with the body lotions prior to applying your fragrance. This is what is commonly known as the layering technique.
Where should fragrances be applied?
Fragrances should be applied to your pulse points. Your pulse points give off more heat than other parts of the body due to the blood vessels being so close to the skin. These points include the wrists, neck, behind your ears, crease of your arm, the back of your knees and your cleavage area.
Finding your signature scent
Everyone will respond to fragrances on a totally different level than they respond to other senses. In fact, whether you know it or not, everyone has a signature scent. With these quick tips, learn how to pick the right fragrance for your personality and discover what your personal signature scent says about you.