The perfume is a part of our personality, of our identity and reveals ourselves through our senses. It tells more about us that we could imagine. So how can we make sure that the perfume lasts all day long? Here are a few solutions.

First, perfume is made to be applied on the skin and a few places must be favored. The pulse points are hotter which means that if you spray on them, the perfume will evaporate more aromatic notes. You should consider the neck, the nape, the lower part of the ears, the decolletage, the bellybutton… but also the wrists or the elbows. One spray on each point is enough. Although, it can’t keep the perfume for long, the hair can be sprayed too.

You should know that the perfume fades more quickly when the skin is dry, so don’t hesitate to moisturize your skin before wearing perfume.

« Perfume the places where you would like to be kissed »,

Coco Chanel

Regarding the clothing, better be cautious. For example, the synthetic materials don’t reproduce well the aromatic notes of a perfume. Natural materials are more likely to have a long-term efficacy (cotton, wool, linen…) but beware of stains which could appear particularly on silk. Better avoid spraying jewels too.

Another tip, you can spray the air around you and let the perfume fall onto you. A technique that allows to control the amount because to keep the elegance of this product so refined, the golden rule is not overdo it. An odor too strong could have the opposite effect, while a subtle smell is a sign of refinement.