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Perfumes: How To Use Them Correctly

Everyone likes perfumes and it is a great feeling when you step out smelling your best. Imaging people turning to look at you with smiles when they pass by you because you smell dope. They are great confidence boosters and they can help you get an upper edge in situations you will not even imagine.

Perfumes come in different variety. They range from very strong scents to the very mild ones so everyone can chose one suitable for them. Perfumes come in three layers of scents as top notes, heart notes, and base notes. Notable perfume brands included Dior, Armani, Dolce and Gabanna, Polo, Celine, Puma and Tommy Hilfiger.

Perfumes are awesome and to get the best of the fragrance, there are a number of things to do to ensure you get value for your money.

One thing worth noting is that perfumes smell differently on everybody. When you are smelling a perfume, use blotters and spray once about 15 centimeters away from you and smell after some seconds.

One other way to test a perfume is to spritz it on your skin and wait for it to dry before smelling it. The pulse, wrists and behind the ears are good places to spritz your perfume. However do not rub it as it breaks down the perfumes molecules.

Some things that destroy perfumes are light, heat, and oxygen. Bathrooms can get hot with changing temperatures hence not a good place to keep your perfumes. Perfumes need to be kept at low constant temperatures. You can actually freeze your perfume in its box to achieve stability in scent or you can keep it in a cool dark place.

Spray your perfume after a shower and before getting dressed. Apply Vaseline on your pulse points before spraying your perfume to make the scent last for a longer period.

You can spray cotton balls with perfumes and keep them in your closet to keep your cloths smelling nice. You can also put the scented cotton balls in your bags to keep things fresh in there and even dubb the swabs on you for fresher scent all day.

So now you can get your favourite perfume to perform at its best while you smell good all day.

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