So I thought with there being around 250 or more fragrances being tested i would give some handy tips for those wanting to make your fragrance last longer.
1- Spray on pulse points such as wrists,
Pulse points radiate heat so the fragrance can evaporate from the skin.
2- Spray after showering or bathing, After a shower all our pores are open so fragrance will sink into them.
3-Use Vaseline, Vaseline creates a barrier so the fragrance sits on top of it.
If Vaseline isn’t for you Moisturiser will do the same.
4- Know the difference a EDT contains more water than a EDP which contains more oil so a EDT is going to be not as long wearing as a EDP.
5-Storage, Keep fragrance away from sunlight and heat this will comprise the scent.
6- Know when to put the bottle down,
I literally spray my wrists, back of neck and chest ( only during summer ) because you don’t want it to be to overpowering it chokes people.
Big no’s when it comes to fragrance,
1-Don’t buy before you try the scent will change once it’s dried down.
2-Avoid spraying before using styling tools because it will dry your hair.
Hope this helps some people to make the most out of there fragrances!
Congratulations again to everyone ❤️
@SophieG1 omg 250+ bottles noooo way and no beauty icons got picked pleaseeeeee nooooooo
@Boss786 I think a few beauty icons did just not us 😂😂
@SophieG1 OMG, 250 fragrances tested? Do you still remember your favourites? 😆
Tks for sharing lovely 😉😉😉
@Michele82 Maybe more as there the abercrombie and fitch Duos and the Dior Duos.
Yes my favourite will always be Viktor & Rolf Bon Bon 😍
@SophieG1 I had no idea what the difference was between EDP & EDT 🤦🏻♀️
Thanks for the useful post, lovely🖤
@JennnCore Your welcome lovely 😍 I always tend to go for EDT in the summer and EDP in the winter when you need the extra warmth.
@SophieG1 That makes so much sense! And is something I never would have thought of myself Haha. I better add that to myPerfume 101! 🖤
@SophieG1 Some fab tips and advice from you once again, Thankyou!
@JennnCore definitely give it a try in the winter.