Perfume myths & truth
This is the probably the feeblest of all methods to apply perfume, in order to not exhaust your perfume too quickly, apply it directly on your skin.
Myth 1: The ideal way to apply perfume is to spray it in the air, and then walk through it.
Truth: This is the probably the feeblest of all methods to apply perfume, in order to not exhaust your perfume too quickly, apply it directly on your skin.
Myth 2: Each perfume is gender-specific.
Truth: This a hard point to argue, but the truth is, fragrances are gender-agnostic. There is no rule to define a fragrance as suitable for males or females. Anyone who likes a scent and can carry it off with their persona should wear it. The classification of perfumes as ‘For Men’ and ‘For Women’ is based on past observations and popular choice, and should NOT deter you from exploring fragrances in those categories.
Myth 3: If you can smell your perfume, it means you’ve applied too much of it.
Truth: The whole point of applying perfume is to smell good – to yourself and to the people around you. There’s no such thing as too much perfume, unless you come over in fits of coughing or sneezing. Wear as much perfume as you want.
Myth 4: Eau De Parfum or Eau De Toillete, it doesn’t matter. All the fragrances are same.
Truth: This is probably one of the most common misconceptions people have about Perfumes. Eau De Parfum and Eau De Toillete are different categories of perfume according to their concentration of perfume oil. Eau De Parfum has a higher concentration of perfume oil than Eau De Toillete, which results in a longer lasting fragrance.
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