How can I make my perfume last longer?
The only fact you need to know when it comes to perfume is that it lasts longer in a moist environment. Therefore, to ensure that perfume lasts long is to always moisturize your skin beforehand. This is also known as perfume layering. The best thing is to apply a lotion that has a similar scent as your perfume. If you’re lucky enough to have the specific lotion to go with your perfume (usually found in gift packs), use it and if not, use a fragrance-free lotion. Be careful not to over-do this step as an overpowering scent can be an unpleasant experience for those around you.
Spray your perfume at pulse points which are located at the temples, the wrists, neck, between the breasts and your elbows. Another thing to keep in mind is that scent travels upwards thus, remember to pay extra attention to areas such as the back of your knees and the ankles.
Extra tip: To ensure the longevity of your perfume, store in a cabinet or a storage box away from heat and sunlight. And forget about storing them in refrigerators as too cold a place will make a perfume go bad.
Kate Moss is on the cover of Vogue UK and Harper's Bazaar debuting her new fashion line for Topshop coming to stores at the end of April 2014.
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