Almost everything about… perfumes!
The number of fragrances on the market is probably unknown to anyone. In this apparent jungle, probably many have questions, such as: How do we choose the scent that represents us when there are so many choices?
The world of fragrances is a fluid, changing year after year because buyers’ tastes and aggressive advertising campaigns make their mark on the perfume destiny.
How do we choose a perfume?
It needs to be adjusted according to the time of the day you are in, the season or the event you are attending. Beyond these, you have no serious reason to become the prisoner of a single perfume. You can have your favorite perfumes but use every day the same perfume is contra-indicated to be sweet in expression.
A perfume can be used for 2-3 years without any problems, without losing its original qualities, if it is kept in proper conditions. It is not very pretentious: not to be in the sun (the rays of the sun quickly alter the perfume), keep the bottle tightly closed and stored in a cool place or near the heat source (so do not place it above the radiator, Winter).
Where does the perfume apply to your body?
Getting perfume just right can be a challenge. The best time to apply perfume (or any product for that matter) is directly after the shower. Not only is your skin free of dirt, it is also warm and damp creating the optimum conditions to fully absorbing any topical, including your perfume. Leave your skin free of other fragrances, and your perfume will be able to do its best work. Put on pulse points. Your neck, wrists, backs of knees, and other pulse points emit more heat than other parts of your body. And that heat actually activates and maximizes your perfume.
How much perfume do we spray on?
There is no magic amount to use, but as a rule of thumb, two spritzes directly to the skin should always be plenty—sometimes too much. Before wearing a new perfume out, test out its potency at home. Try one spritz on a pulse point, dabbing excess on others, and make note of how strong it is. Then, check in every couple of hours and access how it’s holding up.