You should apply perfume in this part of the body to last longer

 
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Mirror: Perfume isn't cheap, so if you want better bang for your buck, you need to get creative with where you spray it.

You should apply perfume in this part of the body to last longer

Uh oh. Another day, another thing we're failing at as human beings . The good news is, this time, it's just cosmetic.

Whether you regular splash out on and apply your favourite scent, or if you tend to just binge sample every perfume in duty free once in a while - all together now - you've been doing it wrong.

Because when we give ourselves a fragrant spritz , we tend to aim for the neck or wrists. Maybe behind the ears if you're feeling fancy.

Bearing in mind scent is not exactly cheap, there is a way you can get better bang for your buck - and make you eau de parfums, toilettes and colognes go a little further.

It's just that it sounds a little strange.

For best results, Steven Claisse, a senior perfumer at fragrance company Takasago, suggests dabbing a few drops on the bellybutton.

Speaking to the Independent , Steven advises the bellybutton because it radiates heat, apparently.

He told the site, "Any area on your body that radiates heat will enhance a scent, and your belly button does just that."

If dousing your naval in Joop doesn't really tickle your fancy, however, Steven also recommends spraying your hair, because it holds scent well and leaves an enticing "trail of scent" as you go about your daily business.

The downside of this though, is that you risk drying out your hair.

Other good areas are behind your knees, inside your elbows and on your inside calves if you're wearing a dress, because of the friction will give of warmth - and an enhanced, longer-lasting scent.

So if the thought of applying perfume to your bellybutton makes you feel a little odd, there are other options.


Fuente: www.mirror.co.uk
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