No772 Inspired by Lime Basil and Mandarin a Citrus Aromatic group family fragrance for women and men
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5 Tricks to make your perfume last longer (suggestions) No772 Inspired by Lime Basil and Mandarin
Have you wondered why the scent of your perfume only lasts for like two hours max before it starts to fade away? Hate to break it to you, but the answer is in exactly how (and where) you’re applying your perfume, and you’re probably doing it wrong. (I know, I’ve been there.) Don’t stress though, because I’ve compiled a list of 5 easy perfume hacks to help you figure out how to apply perfume and make it last for hours so you smell really good. Keep reading for all of the tips and tricks.
How to apply perfume Tip 1: Spray it on your clothes No772 Inspired by Lime Basil and Mandarin
Don’t just stick to spraying perfume on your body spritz it all over your clothes too. Clothing fibres are able to hold in scents for a very long time.
How to apply perfume Tip 2: Spritz, Do not Mist No772 Inspired by Lime Basil and Mandarin
Do you know how some people spray a bunch of perfume into the air and then walk through it? Yeah, don’t do that—you’re just wasting product and the scent will evaporate after a short amount of time. A direct spritz on to bare skin is all you need to keep the perfume scent on you for longer.
How to apply perfume Tip 3: Rup vaseline on first No772 Inspired by Lime Basil and Mandarin
Rub Vaseline on your pulse points before spraying your perfume to make the scent last longer. The ointment holds the fragrance to your skin longer than if you were to spray it onto dry skin.
How to apply perfume Tip 4: Spray your perfume right after taking a shower No772 Inspired by Lime Basil and Mandarin
The moisture on your skin will help lock in the scent. This will also prevent the perfume from staining super delicate clothes.
How to apply perfume Tip 5: Do not rub your wrists together No772 Inspired by Lime Basil and Mandarin
Don’t dab the perfume on your wrists after spraying. If you rub your wrists together, you’ll force the scent to disappear faster than intended—aka your perfume won’t last as long.