As many make their first foray into perfumes and colognes, they begin to wonder how to properly spray their women’s perfume. While there are some common methods of spraying perfumes, there really is no wrong or right way.
The most common method of all perfume spray techniques is to apply the Chloe perfume at pressure points. When applying perfume, you should focus on applying it to your inner wrists and neck, which are some of the warmest parts of your body. The heat from these areas will help spread the scent as your body naturally warms up throughout the day. You can choose to spray your perfume directly at each pressure point, or you can choose to spray the perfume at a pressure point and then use your inner wrists to rub and spread the perfume.
Some perfume aficionados love to spray perfume at other pressure points besides the neck and inner wrists. Other pressure points include the most difficult to reach points, often neglected behind the ears and behind the knees. Because these stains are relatively hidden, many perfume lovers would argue against any direct benefit of spraying perfume on these stains. On a given day, you probably won’t encounter a lot of people who will sniff behind the ears and behind the knees. So for maximum benefit, most people stick to perfume spray on the neck and inner wrists.
Another popular perfume spray technique is the Cloud Method. This method is commonly used by scents who are afraid of wreaking fragrant havoc in public places with a strong trail or overwhelming scent. If this sounds like you, try this method. With a spray or two, create a cloud of perfume in front of you. He walks towards the cloud of perfume as he begins to settle.
The idea is that the perfume is evenly distributed throughout the body and clothing. On the other hand, if you are shy with perfumes, you can always do a half spray on one of your wrists and simply apply the perfume on your other pressure points, thus spreading a lesser amount of perfume. Remember that if you use the Cloud Method, your woman’s perfume might fade faster since most of it was probably lost in midair. Plus, the Cloud Method avoids those pressure points that help warm and revive your perfume.
Another popular alternative method is to spray perfume directly on your clothes. Many people inadvertently do this while spraying perfume at their pressure points or in a cloud. Others do it intentionally, and not without good reason. Here’s why: Most perfumers today are not primarily concerned with how a perfume smells on their skin. Perfumers know that most people will try perfumes on strips of paper as they pass through department stores. Therefore, many perfumes are built with the focus on how it smells on paper.
Now how does this apply to perfume spray methods? Perfume often smells different on your skin than it does on your clothes. And now that the current state of perfume development looks the way it is, you might be better off enjoying how a perfume smells on your clothes than on your skin. You could experiment by spraying perfume on your clothes to see if it lasts longer or just smells better. Just check before experimenting to make sure your perfume won’t damage, stain, or stain your clothes.