So you want to smell good for every occasion? There’s a better way to achieve that than leaving perfume in the car.
Cheap perfumes come at the cost of longevity. Here’s why, and what you can do about it.
Every beautiful scent deserves to be tested. But is owning a tester bottle a good idea or not? Here’s how to decide.
With antifreeze or urine as their active ingredients, fake perfumes often have a hard time smelling just like the original.
Make your fragrance smell good all day long with the simple tips and tricks below.
Guess less, spray more. Sterlish readers share their tips and tricks for figuring out how much juice is left in a bottle.
When a bottle of perfume smells like Friday night’s drink, the answer isn’t always in the ingredients.
The color of the juice in that bottle comes from pigments. Here’s everything else you need to know.
The answer is in the concentration, the notes, the ingredients, and the formula.
There’s a way to stay in the perfume game without obsessing over scents all of the time. Here’s what it is.
Leaky perfumes aren’t just a nuisance. Letting air into the bottle can oxidize the juice and alter its scent.
Having a hard time to choose between 100 ml, 50 ml, 30 ml, or less? Here’s how to decide, for every situation.