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The Rules Of Wearing Fragrance

posted in Beauty > Fragrance
09/13/2014
  • 1. Layer it.
“A great way to hold your scent all day long is to layer it. Body wash in the shower, body lotion or body oil to scent and moisturize, and then your pure oil at pulse points, and your eau de parfum for the finishing touch.”
    1. Layer it.
    “A great way to hold your scent all day long is to layer it. Body wash in the shower, body lotion or body oil to scent and moisturize, and then your pure oil at pulse points, and your eau de parfum for the finishing touch.”
  • 2. Wear what you love.
“I always say ‘as in life, so in perfume,’” says Horowitz. “Knowing who you are and what you love are key to joy in any moment"
3. Date before you commit by sampling first.
“Body chemistry is the final ingredient in any fragrance.
    2. Wear what you love.
    “I always say ‘as in life, so in perfume,’” says Horowitz. “Knowing who you are and what you love are key to joy in any moment"
    3. Date before you commit by sampling first.
    “Body chemistry is the final ingredient in any fragrance.
  • 4. Change it up.
“You may be a signature scent kind of girl or have a full-on fragrance wardrobe. Either way, it’s fun and reflective of who you are to pair your fragrance to your mood or experiences.” Horowitz suggests alternating between a lighter fragrance for the day and a darker
    4. Change it up.
    “You may be a signature scent kind of girl or have a full-on fragrance wardrobe. Either way, it’s fun and reflective of who you are to pair your fragrance to your mood or experiences.” Horowitz suggests alternating between a lighter fragrance for the day and a darker
  • I remember receiving my first fragrance set, which contained three bottles of Love’s perfume: Baby Soft, Fresh Lemon and Soft Jasmine. As a kid, I assumed getting three different perfumes meant I should mix them together to create a signature scent. 

Coming up next.. What not to do
    I remember receiving my first fragrance set, which contained three bottles of Love’s perfume: Baby Soft, Fresh Lemon and Soft Jasmine. As a kid, I assumed getting three different perfumes meant I should mix them together to create a signature scent.

    Coming up next.. What not to do
  • There is no product easier to apply than perfume. Just spritz and go, right? Our biggest fear, though, is becoming the skunk in the room when we go on fragrance overload. No matter how nice the scent is
    There is no product easier to apply than perfume. Just spritz and go, right? Our biggest fear, though, is becoming the skunk in the room when we go on fragrance overload. No matter how nice the scent is
  • “Just remind yourself: If you apply it to your wrists, you can always wash it off if it’s too strong,” says Luby. “It’s nothing permanent. And if you’re buying a fine fragrance, the composition should never be cloying or overwhelming. (And if it is, kick that one to the curb!)”
    “Just remind yourself: If you apply it to your wrists, you can always wash it off if it’s too strong,” says Luby. “It’s nothing permanent. And if you’re buying a fine fragrance, the composition should never be cloying or overwhelming. (And if it is, kick that one to the curb!)”
  • And as for those claims that rubbing your wrists together actually breaks down the molecules? They’re bogus. “Many people claim that rubbing your wrists together will break down the scent molecules and change the scent, but scent molecules just aren’t that fragile,” says Luby. “I rub my wrists"
    And as for those claims that rubbing your wrists together actually breaks down the molecules? They’re bogus. “Many people claim that rubbing your wrists together will break down the scent molecules and change the scent, but scent molecules just aren’t that fragile,” says Luby. “I rub my wrists"
  • For the best longevity, Luby recommends applying to the hair. “Hair carries scent very well, and it also creates this sexy, evanescent quality to the scent. People will get near you and get a glimpse of the scent but not be overwhelmed.”
    For the best longevity, Luby recommends applying to the hair. “Hair carries scent very well, and it also creates this sexy, evanescent quality to the scent. People will get near you and get a glimpse of the scent but not be overwhelmed.”

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