Finding your perfect scent is a laborious process. Unless you’re lucky and find your perfume soulmate on the first try, you might have to go through different notes and pairings to find ‘The One’. Once you’ve achieved that, the next mountain to scale is to make the scent last long.
Fragrances can be flirty and flighty, often disappearing shortly after you’ve spritzed it on. The problem becomes especially pronounced when the temperatures drop.
Perfumes, ideally, need heat to work. The temperature of your skin and the air around you affect the rate at which the perfume molecules evaporate, and directly affecting the longevity of the fragrance. It also largely depends on your skin’s moisture levels, which usually take a direct hit as cold weather descends.
So how can you make your favourite perfume last longer this winter and continue to smell like a dream? With a few simple hacks, is how! Take a look at the things you must consider if you want to smell great for a longer time this season…