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THe Little Gadget That Will Change Your Perfume Game
Sen7 Refillable Fragrance Atomizer
Refillable fragrance atomizers — otherwise known as a tiny, spray-y thing you can fill with your favorite perfume to keep in your purse/car/locker/whatever — are nothing particularly new. They’re great for scent touch-ups after work or the gym, not to mention perfect if you’re flying somewhere with only a carry-on (they’re well below the TSA’s 3 oz liquid limit). However, actually dumping your Marc Jacobs Daisy into them often involves tiny funnels and lots of perfume spilled onto your bathroom sink. This particular version uses a pump system to fill ‘er up, plus is specifically
designed so the liquid can’t spill out once it’s in the atomizer. Plus, it has a nice, sleek look, and comes in about a bajillion (read: 15) colors and finishes.
While the design is lovely and the atomizer is undeniably useful, my only issue with the Sen7 version was that figuring out how the heck it works took a lot longer than anticipated. So, dear reader, before you snatch up one of your own, a little step by step tutorial is in order, I believe.
1. Prep Your Fragrance For this story, I picked Elizabeth & James Nirvana White for it’s grippy bottle and You can take the metal bit of the spray head off of any perfume bottle by gently tugging.
2. Attach The Atomizer And Pump
The bottom bit of the atomizer comes off, revealing a sort of pump system. Place the pump of the perfume into the plastic bit. Now & maybe it was because I was holding the whole contraption up in front of a chalkboard in the name of good lighting rather than placing the whole thing on a flat surface this is where I got stuck. u want to pump the entire atomizer up &down on the perfume, rather than just pushing the metal bit down on to the plastic part. After I figured that out, filling the atomizer takes much less time than u might expect; it only took about five pumps to get a decent amount.
3. Spray Away: You did it! u filled ur atomizer! Now just carry it around, spraying it whenever u’re feeling particularly un-scented. Want to switch scents? Dump out any excess, then fill it with some rubbing alcohol for a night before u add a new perfume.