DNA Magazine - - GROOMING -

• When choos­ing a new fra­grance, don’t smell too many at once. You will con­fuse your senses.

• Cof­fee re­freshes your sense of smell so sniff cof­fee be­tween each cologne you test.

• Store your per­fume in a cool, un­lit place, prefer­ably the fridge.

• Don’t in­ter­fere with your scent by wear­ing per­fumed de­odor­ants.

• Change your fra­grance sea­son­ally. Warm and musky for win­ter; cool and fruity for sum­mer.

• Don’t choose a fra­grance be­cause of the funky bot­tle un­less you in­tend to wear it on a chain around your neck.

• Never spray fra­grance onto ar­eas of skin that will be ex­posed to sun­light; it may cause hy­per­sen­si­tiv­ity or brown marks.

• Don’t buy fra­grances for friends as gifts.

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