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How To Find That Perfect Fragrance

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Finding a new fragrance or at least changing away from our favourite fragrance can be more difficult than we think. On average we have over 6 perfumes on the go at any one time and we rarely change from our 'signature' or go-to scent more than once or twice in our lifetime. Nevertheless, our tastes change not least in the food we eat and the clothes we wear. So why not perfume? Of course you can. We should all cheat on our favourite from time to time. Recently Dom recorded a video mini series for QVC on how to find a new signature scent if you do fancy a change. 

See what he has to say here.

1. HOW TO FIND YOUR PERFECT FRAGRANCE?

The key is to choose the one fragrance you really want to try. Apply it to your skin, apply it to your pulse points and truly wear it for the day...

2. WHAT SHOULD YOU ASK YOURSELF WHEN CHOOSING A FRAGRANCE?

When you're looking for a fragrance, think about the things you have really enjoyed in life, especially your childhood. If you have childhood memories of things that you loved doing that involved smell or taste...

3. ARE THERE DIFFERENT FRAGRANCES FOR DIFFERENT LIFESTYLES?

Thats the really enchanting thing about fragrance. is that it allows you to try on different aspects of you in your every day lives.

4. HOW MUCH SHOULD I SPRAY AND WHERE SHOULD I SPRAY IT?

When you're applying your fragrance, the important thing to remember is that you're applying on the parts of your body that are the warmest. And that means your pulse points....

5. IF YOU CANT SMELL THE FRAGRANCE ON YOURSELF SHOULD I APPLY MORE?

So that question that comes up time and time again is should i apply more if i cant smell it. And the answer is of course you can, but the reality is, if you keep applying more and more scent and you've only just applied your fragrance an hour ago...

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