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How to Apply Perfume and Make it Last Longer?

How to Apply Perfume and Make it Last Longer?

 

 

Wearing perfume is a significant way to capture the attention of people, effortlessly.

A spritz here, a dab there, and you are ready in seconds. But, is this the right way to apply perfumes?

When it comes to wearing perfumes, there are some tips and tricks that you should know to attain its maximum fragrant benefits. Right from choosing perfumes with luxury ingredients and right notes to storing your premium scent bottle, there are certain dos and don’ts that impact how long the fragrance will last on your skin.

How to Apply Perfume the Right Way?

If you’re wondering how and where to apply perfume, let us share with you some golden rules. Today, Al Haramain team has curated a list of perfume tips that guarantee you the best performance. Let’s get started.

  1. Don’t Rub - Just Spray or Dab

 

 

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You might have seen your friends spraying perfume on their wrists and rubbing them together. Well, that’s not how you are supposed to go about it.

The friction caused by rubbing the wrists can heat up and change the scent. It causes the top notes to fade and evaporate before they can settle in your skin. Let the perfume slowly mix with your skin’s natural oils. This is what will make your scent last and smell different to you.

  1. Don't Forget the Pulse Points

Spray your perfume at your pulse points - these are where your veins are closest to your skin. The body heat emitted by these warm spots helps to naturally diffuse a scent.

Pulse points are on the inside of your wrists, inner elbows, below your belly button, and behind your ear lobes, and knees. Try this tip and you will see how your fragrance will linger all day.

  1. Store Your Perfumes at the Right Place

The place you store your perfumes also impacts its elasticity. Never store them in your bathroom as the steam from daily showers, water, humidity, and drastically changing temperatures can interact with it. This can change its composition and reduce shelf life.

In addition to this, the light seeping in can break down your perfume’s chemical makeup. Try storing your bottles in a cool, dark, dry place. Let your perfume stay safe for a long haul in a bedroom dresser or vanity drawer, or the box it came in.

  1. Spray Some onto Your Hair

 

 

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If you aren’t satisfied with your fragrant shampoo and want some more, spray your perfume on your brush and run it through dry hair. You will love the extra scent that will keep you feeling fresh and alive.

  1. Moisturiser is a Must

Moisturising your body before you spritz on your perfume is always a good idea. It will help you lock in the fragrance and enjoy a fragrant vibe all day long.

You can also apply vaseline on your pulse points to make it stay for the long haul. Another way to maximise your fragrance is to apply lotions of matching products and fragrances to complement your perfume.

Which Perfumes Last Longer?

An important aspect of perfumes is the type. If you want a longer shelf life, you can buy perfumes with prominent base notes. These include woody or balsamic flavours and those with a spicier scent. Also, the Oriental scents such as patchouli and amber, usually have a longer shelf life.

So, using the tips mentioned above, you can prime your fragrance to last longer. Make sure you buy the correct type and store it correctly to get the most out of your signature scent!

Find the Luxury Perfume Range at Al Haramain

If you are a perfume enthusiast and looking to add some new fragrances in your collection, discover some luxury perfumes at Al Haramain. You’ll find a beautiful blend of aromatic ingredients in all our products - explore our perfume offerings here to buy perfume online.

 

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