How to wear Perfume?
Most people wear perfumes to draw attention to themselves, but this can often have the opposite effect. The perfect scent should make the space around you enjoyable. Going with a scent that is powerful and strong can lead people to clearly point themselves. Here are some simple tips that will help you choose a fragrance that will not offend.
Your body has its own natural aroma, so try to find a perfume that complements it. You should look for a scent that will be slightly subtle so you do not dominate a space but scented enough to make people want to be close to you. The scent should improve all your positive attributes.
A great way to see the scent of some perfumes on your skin is to go to the perfume counter of your store. When sampling different flavors, be sure to spray them on a separate part of your body, away from each other. Try to limit yourself to a pair of scents at each visit, making sure to stay away from the perfume section for a few moments to avoid confusing other scents with those of your skin.
Make sure to apply the scent directly to your skin rather than to your clothes. This will allow you to see how well the fragrance goes with your natural aroma, as well as the soaps and makeup you use regularly.
Do not rush into a purchase, even if you think you have found the perfect perfume. Spray on a sample of the perfume you like and try to wear it for a whole day. This will allow you to see if the fragrance is fading quickly or has caused you headaches or other allergic reaction. A full day is usually enough to make sure none of these things happen.
Some simple steps to follow when applying the Perfume
The best time to apply your perfume is after bathing or showering. This is when your skin is the cleanest and most likely to fully absorb the scent.
Make sure you do not overdo it. Keep in mind that your perfume should attract people, do not send them running. A little can go very far, so if you use Splash perfume, place a little on your fingertips and gently apply it on your pulse zones. These are on your wrists, your neck, your chest, behind the lobes of the ears, at the elbow and behind your thighs and your knees. These areas are all perfect because this is where your blood flows near the surface of the skin, allowing the scent to be diffused quickly.
If your perfume is in a spray bottle, you should still apply it to the same pulse areas, but be sure to spray it at a distance of about one foot to obtain a fairly even distribution. Another tactic is to spray the perfume in the air several times before “walking” into the scented cloud it creates.
As the heat increases, the best way to apply your favorite fragrance is from the bottom up. You will find that the scent will last much longer during the day.
It is common knowledge that people with dry skin can not retain odors as long as those with oily skin. Indeed, perfume oils combine with the natural oils of the skin and slow down the process of evaporation. If you have dry skin, consider applying your perfume several times a day or invest in a good moisturizer that you can apply before the perfume.
Give your perfume time to dry before putting on clothes. Dressing too fast means that some of the perfume will end up on the fabric rather than being absorbed through the skin. Keep in mind that it can take up to an hour for your scent to really blend with your natural scent.
It is important to pay attention to all the other scented body products you use (deodorant, shampoo, shower gel, after-shave balm, etc.) because they can create a mess of odors. This creates a barrier of perfume that is almost impossible for your perfume to penetrate. The best way to bring out your perfume is to layer it, which basically means that all your other products have a similar scent or come from the same brand. For example, bathe with a shower gel, then seal it with a body lotion or balm and finish your routine with your favorite perfume.
As strange as it may seem, pay attention to the weather conditions when applying the scent. Odors tend to last longer when the weather is hot outside, while cold weather has the opposite effect.
Some tips not to do when applying the Perfume
If you follow the tips listed above, you should always feel good, but here are some tips not to do:
Apply your perfume before putting on clothes or jewelry. Some perfumes can stain and damage clothing, pearls, and precious metals. The idea is to perfume your body, not the clothes you wear on top of it.
A common mistake when applying perfume is to scrub wrists. This can really change the scent of the perfume.
We mentioned pulse points earlier, but that does not mean you need to perfume them all in one sitting. The basic rule of Madam Coco is that you should apply perfume only where you want to be kissed. This is expert advice from an expert, just like making sure to respect the rule of 3 sprays of Eau de Parfum or 5 sprays of Eau de Toilette.
Try to avoid spraying perfume on your hair, as these may react poorly to certain hair products and create overwhelming odors.
Do not make the mistake of reapplying your scent if you can not smell it. The most common reason is that you get used to the smell. One way around this problem is to use different fragrances from time to time rather than choosing a single scent.
Do you have to wear Perfume at work?
The question of whether or not to wear perfume at work is a difficult question to solve. This falls well into the category of other office-style problems, for example, if it is acceptable not to wear tights or to wear open-toed shoes in hot weather. Curiously, the problem of perfumes applies to people on both sides of the gender barrier.
Although there is no obvious solution to the answer, you should absolutely avoid wearing perfume during a job interview. You may find that your company has a perfume policy in place. If this is not the case, try to wear a light and discreet perfume, leaving your perfumes more dramatic for free time outside the workplace.
The reason that perfumes do not seem to be suitable for work is due to the personal nature of the fragrance. There is an obvious familiarity factor with the scent that a person wears, which often makes it instantly recognizable when you come into close contact with it.
If you take the time to adhere to the do’s and don’ts described above, it is unlikely that you will encounter a situation where someone is offended by your perfume, so spray and enjoy.
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