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Have you ever tried applying different perfumes to create a one-of-a-kind scent? That’s what fragrance layering is all about, and it’s a huge hit with beauty lovers. Here’s how it works.
Originally developed in the Middle East, fragrance layering is a technique that consists of combining several fragrant products or perfumes at the same time. The goal is to create your own personal scent.
People who want a scent that’s all their own.
To deftly mix your fragrances and strike the perfect balance, follow these recommendations closely:
Spicy + sweet
Fresh + rich
Fruity + floral
Notes in the same fragrance family:
Floral + floral
Woody + woody
Chypre + chypre
Oriental + oriental
Citrus + citrus
Fougere + fougere
Worried about your fragrance blending abilities? Don’t fret! Simply visit your Jean Coutu cosmetician, who will be happy to suggest fragrance combinations that will go great together.
Applying your fragrances in the right order is essential to achieving a great scent. Start with the heaviest fragrance, and end with the lightest. That way, the first fragrance won’t weigh down the lighter scents that come next.
Where should you apply your perfume? That’s up to you! While your pulse points (neck, wrists, inside of the elbows, etc.) are the traditional places to apply perfume, you can also apply it to other, more original areas. For example, use:
A spicy eau de parfum on your left arm + a sweet eau de parfum on your right arm
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