Even if you’re still in quarantine and binge-watching your favorite show or you’ve gone back to work, one thing stays unchanged: the desire to smell good all the time. The vast majority of people are unaware that there is a way to apply perfumes to extend their life beyond simply storing them in a dark place.
Tricks to smell good
Here are a few strange fragrance tricks that may help your perfume last longer than you expected:
- There are many different perfumes to choose from, each with a different concentration level. A perfume with a concentration of 15 to 40% will last for approximately 8 hours. The rest will last between two and six hours.
- It may seem normal to put on perfume before leaving the house, but the aroma will quickly vanish if you haven’t showered. You might think that mixing it with other substances would lessen its efficacy, but your pores are open after a shower, making it the perfect time for your body to absorb the aroma of the perfume. Instead of spraying it all over, apply it to your pulse points after you’ve showered, as spraying it on your clothes will stain them owing to the oil or alcohol content.
- If you want to boost the strength of the perfume use some Vaseline on the pulse point before you apply the perfume. It contains a balm that acts as a moisturizer and locks in the aroma, extending its life.
- Reapplying the perfume only makes sense if you need a blast of scent amid the day. Carrying a bottle with you every time you leave the house, on the other hand, is impossible. Spraying cologne on a cotton swab and carrying it in your bag is a fantastic and effective method. It absorbs moisture and may be used to refresh your scent at any time. All you have to do is dab it on your pulse points and you’re set to go!
How to take care of perfumes smell while using
- If you have a personal perfume, the easiest method to keep it all day is to stuff a tissue paper with it in your drawer, over the stack of clothes. Because we don’t recommend applying scent directly on materials, this will allow the scent to infiltrate your clothes.
- Many people assume that shaking the perfume bottle would improve the scent. Shaking it, on the other hand, releases the perfume into the air, shortening its duration. As a result, instead of fussing with the bottle, you should apply it directly to the pulse points.
- One of the most typical errors is rubbing your wrists after applying perfume. The top notes of the fragrance fade faster than usual when you do this. If you have a roll-on perfume, simply dab it on your skin.
- When you buy a new perfume, the label will tell you to store it in a cool place. There’s a reason why that’s on the box. Perfumes are frequently kept in bathrooms or direct sunlight. Perfumes kept in warm or humid settings quickly lose their quality. The heat damages the molecular structure.