How to Apply Perfume Properly
To apply perfume properly, rub the oil onto pulse points for a more quickly-diffusing effect, or apply it to non-pulse points to keep the fragrance on the skin longer. Apply perfume on any part of 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 stephanieknaturals.com, and I'm going to show you how to apply perfume properly. When you're applying perfume, you need to choose whether you want to apply it to a pulse point, or somewhere that it's not a pulse point. If you apply to your pulse points, your perfume will come off a little faster. It will be more diffusive, but if you want it to last longer, you can also put it in a place that is not a pulse point. Pulse points are places where your veins are very close to the skin, and you have a lot of heat radiating from those places, places like the inside of your elbow, and your wrists, so usually, people will want to apply their perfume directly to the wrist, and all you really need to do, is just rub it in a little bit. I like to do this, where you rub your perfume together in both wrists, and that way, you don't get it anywhere on your hands, and if you don't want to put it on a pulse point, you can also put it somewhere else, so you can put it maybe on a shoulder, or somewhere on your arm, other than a wrist or elbow, where it's going to diffuse very quickly.