7 New Ways to Wear Perfume
Layering fragrances may sound complicated, but it's easier than you think -- if you know how to do it. Here are the tips that'll teach you how to wear perfume the new way
Spritz your hairOf course you want your hair to smell great, but your shampoo and conditioner can only do so much. Instead, try using your hair as an unexpected place to wear your favorite fragrance. "Hair is a great fragrance diffuser and probably the best spot to spray fragrance if you want to make an impression," says fragrance guru Frederic Malle. However, Malle warns that a fragrance that's high in alcohol can dry out your hair. Instead of using your regular perfume, Malle recommends fragrances that are designed specifically for the hair. He recently launched a hair mist, Frederic Malle Carnal Flower Brume Pour Cheveux, $160, which is a lighter version of his best-selling scent. Some mainstream fragrances also have hair mists -- Justin Bieber Someday Swept Away Hair Mist, $20, is a perfect example. However, any alcohol-free scent will work well, and a fragrance oil could even double as a frizz-tamer.
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