Don’t use a reg­u­lar per­fume to make your hair smell good.

ELLE (Canada) - - Beauty -

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

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