Perfume not lasting all day? You could be making these mistakes

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If your perfume not lasting as long as it should, try these four fragrance tips. 

1. Go for scents with the strongest perfume concentration

Eau de parfum and extrait parfum are among those that last the longest.

2. Apply perfume to your pulse points

Heat enhances perfume so make sure to spritz your neck and wrists. Spraying perfume in your hair can also help your scent last longer.

 

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3. Make sure you moisturise

Perfume and dry skin don't mix well so remember to moisturise regularly.

4. Store your perfume correctly 

To preserve your perfume. store it in a cool, dark, dry place.

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