3 Easy tricks to make your fragrance last even longer
You’ve found your favourite and made the investment. Now, do this!
Keep your skin hydrated
Spray onto moist skin. “Dry skin doesn’t hold perfume well, so make sure that your skin is hydrated,” suggests perfumer Christine Luby, who’s worked on Tom Ford and Jo Malone scents. But make sure to use unscented body lotions so that your fragrance isn’t watered down.
Spritz onto pulse points
Coco Chanel declared that you should spray your fragrance where you want to be kissed. Typically, any area where you can find a heartbeat is a brilliant place to spritz your scent: your neck, inner wrists, inner elbows, décolletage, and behind your knees and earlobes. Pretty good places to be kissed, too!
Only use a little
You don’t want to marinate in your fragrance. It can overwhelm your senses – and those around you. For a refreshing whiff throughout the day, try this top perfumer trick: “Spray a little perfume on only the ends of your hair,” recommends French nose Francis Kurkdjian.