Applying cologne to pulse points, keeping skin moisturized before application, not rubbing it in, and proper storage of the cologne helps the scent last longer. Choosing quality cologne and purchasing complimentary products that match the scent can also ensure a lasting fragrance.Continue Reading
Colognes made with better ingredients and stronger potency last longer. Often, cologne manufacturers offer a gift or boxed set, with shower gel, deodorant, aftershave and other products. Using these complimentary products in addition to the cologne insures the scent lasts.
The proper way to store cologne is to keep it in a cool, dry place and out of direct sunlight.
Since cologne clings better to oily skin, keeping skin regularly moisturized helps the scent last longer.
Pulse points generate heat. Heat enhances cologne. Applying cologne to these pulse points increases the cologne's aroma. These pulse points include the wrists, behind the ears and the curve of the throat.
Do not rub in the cologne after applying it. Allow the cologne to dry naturally. Rubbing cologne in can alter the smell and cause the scent to fade more quickly.
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Make cologne or perfume by mixing essential oils with a base oil, water and alcohol. The fragrance takes only a few minutes to mix and up to six weeks to cure. You need a base oil, ethanol, water, a coffee filter, a dark glass bottle, a cologne bottle and essential oils.Full Answer >
Selecting a men's fragrance involves choosing a style and profile of cologne, narrowing down the options and trying them on. Many times a man's cologne works best if it matches his personality.Full Answer >
Common ingredients in fragrance spray, and other products such as cologne or perfume, include dimethicone, glycerine, propylene glycol and petrolatum. Other ingredients in these products include butane, dipropylene glycol and diisopropyl adipate.Full Answer >