Your pulse points
The pulse points are areas on the body where the veins flow close to the skin. These spots emit heat, which helps fragrance develop faster. Ideally at behind your ears, base of throat, inside the elbows, behind knee and inside wrist.
You hair is actually one of the best places to spray perfume because the strands hold fragrance well and leave a trail of scent as you move from place to place. Fragrances latch onto hair fibers; therefore hair will carry the scent of the fragrance for a long period of time. The best way to apply fragrance to hair is to mist on a brush.
Before you slip on your favorite pair of stiletto heels, give your feet a blast of perfume. Your ankles are always in motion, so it helps project the fragrance wherever you go.
Spraying your wool and cashmere clothes with fragrance can help achieve a longer lasting scent too.
Don’t rub after sprayed
After applying a fragrance, many people feel a need to rub it in order to warm the skin or spread the scent. This is a big mistake. Rubbing a perfume breaks down its molecules, diminishing the scent into thin air.