Perfume can be applied as a roll-on, as a spray mist or as a balm, and it can be placed on pulse points for a more diffusive result or on non-pulse areas for a longer lasting result. Apply perfume anywhere on the body with helpful advice from a natural perfume producer in this free video on perfumes.
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Hi, I'm Stephanie from stehanieknaturals.com. I'm going to show you how to apply perfume. I'm going to show you first with a roll-on oil perfume. When you, this is easy, you just have to roll it on whatever place you want. If you want it to be very diffusive, and go into the air quickly, you want to put it on a pulse point. Pulse points are areas where your veins are close to the skin and and generate a lot of heat so that a perfume will diffuse into the air. Some pulse points are places like your wrist, like here. Also places like temple, or the back of your neck, or right behind your ears on your neck. If you want your perfume not to be so diffusive, and you want it to be long lasting, you can also put it on places that aren't pulse points. Put it somewhere like on your arm or a shoulder, or you could even put it somewhere on your chest. Now, if you are using a spray perfume, like an ever meiser, usually these are used with alcohol based perfumes. You want to be sure and spray it on your skin instead of your clothes because it can stain your clothes, and also, if you have delicate clothing like silk, it can be damaged. Now, if you have a solid perfume, you just need to dip a clean finger into the balm like that and apply it wherever you would like to apply your perfume and that is how to apply perfume.