by BR Amelia
You'd think when it came to the very basics of beauty, we'd know what we were doing. But then, every now and then we come across a piece of information and think "How did we NOT know this?!"
Case in point.
Do you spritz your perfume onto your wrist and then rub both wrists together? Yes? Well...
Turns out the act of rubbing kick starts the evaporation process which means the fragrance won't last as long as it could! What you need to do is simple, so lets unlearn that old wrist rubbing habit and apply our fragrance like this:
Spritz on to each wrist, the chest and the BACK of the neck and leave to dry.
Other than less evaporation using this method, you'll also create sillage by spritzing onto the back of the neck. Sillage is essentially the scent left behind in a room, a perfume memory if you will.
And one final tip - be sure to use an unscented body lotion daily to ensure beautifully moisturised skin. Dry skin absorbs the water from the fragrance, meaning once again it will evaporate faster and the scent won't last as long!