Sure you have tons and tons of perfumes, but don't know exactly how and where to wear them? For the proper dose of perfume etiquette, we've consulted our friendly-neighborhood style and beauty experts to set the record straight on any fragrance questions you may have.
Click thru to see what these beauty bloggers have to say about perfume etiquette.
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1. Mariana Leung: Founder and Editor of Ms. FABulous Media (http://www.msfabulous.com)
“You want to give just the right amount of fragrance and not let it overpower you. For best application, I find it best to spritz the perfume in the air and walk through the cloud to distribute the scent evenly. Don't splash it on less than a half hour before you walk out the door."
2. Nicole Gordon Levine: Senior Beauty Editor at BeautyStat.com (http:www.beautystat.com)
"Other noses may be sensitive to your smell, (they may actually be allergic) so when spraying, dabbing, misting- go ever so lightly and reapply later in the day if you feel like you need a refresher. I dab a few spots of mine on my wrists and behind both my ears and knees. Just a dab, not a cap full! You may want to be known for your scent, but not for your overbearing waft of scent.”
3. Chennill Proskourine Blogger Behind Pramache.com (http://www.pramache.com/)
"When buying a lighter scent, consider buying the shower gel and lotion variant in order to layer the scent. This will ensure that it lasts all day."
4. Illysia Neumann-Loreck: Fashion Stylist and Publisher Of MadlyChic.com (http://www.madlychic.com)
“Always pay attention to the seasons when wearing perfume. Use a lighter fragrance during the spring/summer and a heavier one during the fall/winter.”
5. Heather Neisworth: Style and Beauty Blogger (http://heatherneisworth.com/)
"Going on a big interview or a first date is a good opportunity to show your personal brand, but not a good time to wear your favorite oriental fragrance. Tone down the intensity, and wear a lighter fragrance like a soft floral or green note to an important event so your personality (and not your fragrance) will be positively remembered."