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8 Secrets 0f women that smell good

You know that friend who always smells amazing no matter what time of day it is? 
Well, choice of perfume aside, there is some strategy behind when and where to spray 
(which affects how strong the scent is and how long it will last).

They Choose More Potent Scents Not all scents are created equal. While citrusy fragrances 
tend to dissipate quickly, spicy andwoodsy ones with notes like sandalwood tend to linger for 
a while. So if longevity is your top concern, you might want to keep your fragrance within those
 families.

They Layer Their Fragrances From shower gels to body lotions to oils, most of your favorite perfumes come in different forms. By wearing a few of them together, you build layers of 
fragrance that stick around throughout the day.
They Know Where to Apply It Go beyond the wrists and spritz your perfume onto warmer 
(and often more concealed) areas of your body, like your stomach and chest, as well as behind

 the knees and ears. The body heat here helps to develop the scent so the top, middle and base notes come through fully.
And They Never Rub It In Though it’s second nature to want to rub your wrists together after
 applying perfume, resist the urge. Rubbing breaks down the top notes, leaving you with only
 the middle and base notes — and less wear time.
They Know When to Apply It The sweet spot is right after showering, while your skin is still slightly damp. The extra
 moisture helps to lock in the scent. Not to mention, this will omit the risk of staining your favorite silk blouse or 
tarnishing your jewelry.
They Keep Their Skin Hydrated On that note, be sure to moisturize your skin before applying any perfume
Dry skin tends to absorb some of the scent, making it fade faster. Moisturized skin gives the fragrance something
 to adhere to so it lasts longer.
THEY STORE THEM PROPERLY EXPOSURE TO HEAT AND HUMIDITY BREAKS DOWN THE SCENT MOLECULES IN YOUR PERFUME, SO AVOID STASHING THE BOTTLES IN THE BATHROOM AND ALWAYS KEEP THEM IN COOL,
 DRY AREAS OF YOUR HOME — LIKE THE TOP OF YOUR DRESSER OR VANITY SET.