Don’t use a regular perfume to make your hair smell good.
HURTFUL The high alcohol-to-fragrance ratio in traditional perfumes will make your locks drier than the chit-chat between contestants after the final rose is given out on The Bachelor.
HELPFUL Use a fragrance specifically designed for hair—they are formulated to be less drying and often come with beautifying benefits. Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Fresh Hair Mist ($52) shields hair from sun and pollution, and Bait Hair Perfume in Heart Breaker ($ 38) has added silicone so the scent stays strong for every hair flip. n
If you want to smell more of the top or middle notes, spray your clothes (TRY near your shoulders, where people stand close to you); your body heat WON’T CAUSE THE SCENT TO develop so quickly. – Justin Welch, a fragrance expert who worked on the development of the new I Am Juicy Couture scent