How to Apply Perfume: Make Your Perfume Last Longer

you wondered why the scent of your perfume only lasts for like two hours max before it starts to fade away? The answer is in exactly how (and where) you’re applying your fragrance

To make your perfume last longer you will want to ensure the perfume is able to connect with your skin and stay put all day. To do this, you will want to follow as many of the below perfume rules as you are able to. Here we also cover how to make your perfume last longer in the bottle!

How to Apply Perfume 
Spray It On Your Clothes
Don’t just stick to spraying perfume on your body but all over your clothes too. Clothing fibers are able to hold in scents for a very long time (yes, even after you wash it).

Spray It on Top of Your Ears
It sounds weird, but trust, it works. The oilier your skin is, the better it holds scent, and the top of your ears is a little bit oilier than say, behind your earlobes.
Spray Your Perfume Right After Taking a Shower
The moisture on your skin will help lock in the scent. This will also prevent the fragrance from staining super delicate clothes (like your favorite silk blouse) or jewelry. 

Don’t rub the fragrance in
Many people think that rubbing perfume into their wrists or other pulse points will help the perfume last longer. In fact, it breaks down the chemicals and will cause the top notes to dissolve faster than they otherwise would have. If you can’t spray your fragrance, gently dab it on your skin.

Where can i put a fragrance ?

How to make your perfume last longer in the bottle!
Don’t shake your perfume bottle.
This tip goes hand-in-hand with keeping the perfume in its original bottle. Shaking the perfume can also allow air to infuse the fragrance and shorten its lifespan. Don’t feel like your perfume has to remain still at all times, but you should under no circumstances shake the bottle.

Store your perfume in a cool, dark place.
Many people store their perfume in the bathroom which actually causes it to expire faster. The bathroom is a place that fluctuates in temperature and humidity often, which will cause the perfume’s temperature to fluctuate. 

Buy the right strength of perfume.
Some perfumes will naturally last longer than others, both on the skin and in the bottle. Perfume and cologne are sold in different concentrations, meaning there are different ratios of fragrance oil to alcohol.