Question Posted Saturday November 4 2006, 11:40 am
15/f. where is the correct place to spray perfume? like if i buy a perfume that doesn't have a big spray to spray all over...where is the best place to spray it? neck? behind the ears? wrist? i've heard many things.
malibubarbiie111 answered Sunday November 5 2006, 4:15 am: i usually use burberry britt -- it's not THAT strong, but you can still smell it ;; so i think it depends on what perfume you have. because you certainly don't want to overdo it. i spray my hair once, my chest once, and my thighs once all in a continuous motion. it works for me =)
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LagunaBabe answered Saturday November 4 2006, 5:51 pm: Behind your ears, wrist (you can rub the perfume on your arms too, from there and on your hands). Apply dabs on your shirt and pants/dress, whatever your wearing that day. Apply on your neck too. [ LagunaBabe's advice column | Ask LagunaBabe A Question ]
isis answered Saturday November 4 2006, 12:38 pm: Spraying on the pulse points and in the air to walk through is fine, but don't spray it on your throat area. Over the years, depending on your colouring, it can tinge that sensitive area a yellowish colour. Also, don't spray perfume onto coloured or permed hair as it can damage it.
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LM answered Saturday November 4 2006, 12:23 pm: I usually spray it on pulse points (wrists, a dab behind the ears, and one spray on my neck/collarbone.
Depending on how strong the perfume is, you can also spray it in the air in front of you, and walk through it.
That way, the scent gets trapped in your clothes and hair and it'll last longer; Especially in your hair.. you know how hair always seems to hold onto gross smells like fast food? Perfume will hang around too! So spray a little at the back of your neck to refresh the scent
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