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Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

EmiMiura
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Hello guys !

My name is Emi, I'm a Fragrance expert and I'm here to answer all fragrance and gifting questions that you have Cat Happy

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Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

Pineapple
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Hey @EmiMiura that was a really nice live Q&A! Heart

 

I want to expand on the question of perfume storage. I know they shouldn't be in direct sunlight and as you said not in a humid room. So my only option left is the living room where I currently keep them but we do get it pretty hot in here, is that ok?And what do you think the best place to keep them is? Smiley Happy

Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

Community Manager
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Hi Emi! 

 

Whats the best way to store my fragrances?! 

 

Thanks so much! X 

Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

EmiMiura
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@Pineapple wrote:

Hey @EmiMiura that was a really nice live Q&A! Heart

 

I want to expand on the question of perfume storage. I know they shouldn't be in direct sunlight and as you said not in a humid room. So my only option left is the living room where I currently keep them but we do get it pretty hot in here, is that ok?And what do you think the best place to keep them is? Smiley Happy


Well... I had a similar situation a couple of years ago in my old house. What I did is that I kept them in my wardrobe. That way all my fragrances were in the dark and away from humidity. On top of that, I could apply my fragrance right after getting dressed!

Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

Sophie_26
Just Arrived

Thank you for the Q&A it was very interesting..

 

I would like to ask, how long does a fragrance last in the bottle? My mum has had a fragrance for years now, (as she doesn't use it much, only for special occasions) and I was wondering is it still okay for her to use?

 

Thank you 

Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

EmiMiura
First Base

@Sophie_26 wrote:

Thank you for the Q&A it was very interesting..

 

I would like to ask, how long does a fragrance last in the bottle? My mum has had a fragrance for years now, (as she doesn't use it much, only for special occasions) and I was wondering is it still okay for her to use?

 

Thank you 


Hello Sophie,

If your mom finds that the fragrance she loves is still there, then it's ok.

A fragrance can be stored and used for a looooooong period of time but it all depends on how you store it. If you see that the color or the smell has changed, then I would say it's time to buy a new one Smiley Wink

Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

EmiMiura
First Base

@DaisyCR wrote:

Hi Emi! 

 

Whats the best way to store my fragrances?! 

 

Thanks so much! X 


Hello Daisy,

Keep it simple : a dark and not humid place is the best Heart

Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

Georgia
Winging It

What’s a good perfume for a night out? X

Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

Pineapple
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@EmiMiura In the drawer it is then, what a shame as I love looking at the bottles.

 

Another question, which is the fragrance that you keep repurchasing and using up, and how long does it take you to go through a bottle? Also which one is the opposite, you like it but never been able to go through it? Smiley Happy x

Re: Live Q&A: Emi Miura - Fragrance Expert

EmiMiura
First Base

@Georgia wrote:

What’s a good perfume for a night out? X


Ohh tough question! 

It all depends on your style.

If you like sensual fragrances, I recommend La Nuit Tresor from Lancome!

If you like daring and unique notes, I would say that's more Black Opium.

But then again the best is to go and try the fragrances on your skin!