How To Smell Your Best

Not only sunscreen and sunglasses, but a good perfume is also essential in summer to beat the heat. In this post, we will talk about some important rules to wear perfume in summer. 

DON’T WEAR PERFUME ON YOUR SKIN

When it comes to the basic rules of wearing perfume in summer, the first thing that you should remember is that never ever wear your perfume on the skin, specially on the exposed skin. Perfumes contain alcohol which is extremely photosensitive in nature. When you apply perfume to your exposed skin, it might result in developing dark patches on the skin.

FABRICS AND YOUR HAIR HOLDS SCENT WONDERFULLY

Apply your favorite perfume onto the lining or inner hem of your outfit. As your body temperature will rise, your perfume will evaporate more and more, because, perfume needs heat to work. Do you know that our freshly washed hair is a great perfume carrier? After washing your hair in the morning, spritz your favorite scent to the ends of your hair while it is still wet. This way, the perfume will release every time you move your hair around.

FABRICS AND YOUR HAIR HOLDS SCENT WONDERFULLY

Apply your favorite perfume onto the lining or inner hem of your outfit. Our freshly washed hair is a great perfume carrier too. After washing your hair in the morning, spritz your favorite scent to the ends of your hair while it is still wet. This way, the perfume will release every time you move your hair around.

KNOW YOUR NOTES

There are certain perfume notes that are more suitable during colder season. For summer, choose something fresh and natural. The best perfume notes for summer would be citrus, fruity, aquatic, woody or light floral notes, like magnolia, peony or jasmine.

LAYERING IS A GREAT WAY

Layering is, hands down, the best way to wear perfumes in summer. Invest in a couple of bath and body products of your favorite perfume which will stay as a layer on the skin. Start with a body wash, then follow up with a body lotion and finally a light spray of your perfume. You can also layer different fragrances that work well together, like : jasmine, rosemary, tuberose and lemon.

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