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There is nothing as good as walking pass and someone
steps up to you to saying; I love the way you smell or I love your fragrance. A perfume can be a delicious whisper
that reminds people “I’m here”—or a booming shout that hollers
“Look! It’s me!” It can also be annoying if you spray and spay
and no one notices it. Well it’s probably because you are not using the right
fragrance or you are not spraying it well.
 However,
we will be dealing with spraying your perf at the right spot.
 The best places to apply perfume are your pulse points. These areas of your body are known to have a collection of veins and arteries, which can easily become warm, releasing scent as you go about your day.

The top
pulse points to apply your fragrance include:

-The areas just above your hipbones
-The back of your legs, just behind your knees
-Inside your elbows
-The nape of your neck
-The small of your back
-Your cleavage
-Your wrists
Areas that
aren’t so effective include applying anywhere on your clothing. Not only can
this stain your clothes, it may not release the same scent you enjoy on your
skin itself. While it’s also tempting to spray perfume onto your hair, only use
those that are specifically designated for hair. Otherwise, you may dry out
your tresses!
If you have
a perfume bottle with a spritzer, then just before getting dressed, spray the
perfume into the air in front of you at chest level, pause, and then walk
through it. This will give you an even, all-over scent.
While
fragrances are intended to last, it’s always possible they may not take you
from day to night. You may reapply your scent
after around 4 hours, but ask someone else to confirm that you need to. Because
the nose becomes accustomed to smells over time, you’ll probably think the
scent has worn off before it really has. Another trick to slip a small roll-on
version of your favorite scent into your purse. That way it can last. Have a
lovely weekend.