Protect Your Smell-Goods: Ways to Make Your Perfume Last
Once you reach your adult years, light splashes (think Calgon, “take me away” scents) are no longer the best look for women walking into the work world. So we shell out a lot more money than we should on fancy named perfumes in colorful boxes, sitting inside fragile glass bottles of the kookiest construction. Or, we haggle prices with eccentric men standing behind a table of hopefully not 100 percent knock off scents. Either way, no matter what you pay, you want your perfume to last, whether it lasts on your skin or in its bottle. So here are a few things you should know to keep your “Viva La Juicy,” juicy on you and your other scents tantalizing.