Apply just right
The right way to wear perfume may sound mystifying, but it is often not as difficult as many of us may think. It is best to use only a small amount of perfume as to not drown out others. Apply fragrance on several pressure points or “pulse point zones”, such as the nape of the neck, behind the ears, the wrists, the inside of the elbows, and even behind the knees. These are points on your body that radiate heat.
Let the perfume dry
Try not rubbing the fragrance on your wrists after applying it. The force in rubbing will squash the original scent of the perfume. Give your fragrance a chance to dry and mix with your own body's natural scent.
To layer or not
Some women love layering perfume or cologne with a similar scented moisturizer or cream both to prevent dry skin, and to ensure the fragrance will last longer. Layering fragrance is actually not for everyone, but if it suits you, why not?
To re-apply or not
If your first application has faded applying perfume twice in one day may be necessary. Some people tend to get really disappointed if they don’t smell good after a few hours.