When you spray, roll, or dab fragrance onto your wrist, do you then rub your wrists together? Well, according to fragrance developer and creator of Arquiste, Carlos Huber, you shouldn’t. In fact, Huber has five rules for wearing fragrance that you probably never considered before. So if you wear fragrances and perfumes as regularly as you wear lipstick, read and take notes. Below are the five rules for wearing fragrance that you need to know now:
- Don’t rub your wrists together. Rubbing your wrists together may bruise the scent molecules, smashing them all down instead of letting them lift off your skin naturally.
- Splurge on scents that you can wear daily. But, also splurge on the ones that are for special occasions. Quality is quality always!
- Less is more… and more is more, too! There are no written rules. Go with what you prefer.
- Throw out fragrances when they are more than three years old. Scents can turn and change. Normally a scent kept in stable temperatures and away from light will keep nicely between two to three years.
- Wear what defines YOU! Don’t let the occasion be the only thing dictating what you may or may not wear.
Carlos likes to wear his new Nanban Fragrance on a day-to-day basis as it makes him feel confident and remembered. Containing ingredients such as black pepper, Persian Saffron, coffee absolute, and Spanish leather, Nanban makes you stand out in a very unique way. For more information, go to www.arquiste.com.