Are you paying up just for the brand when you buy expensive perfume? And do you really get what you pay for?
The term “natural spray” tells you everything about the atomizer, and speaks nothing of the ingredients of a fragrance.
Can’t make up your mind which fragrance to add to your collection next? Here’s how to decide which scents are full-bottle-worthy.
When it comes to longevity, not all perfumes are created equal. Here’s why some simply last longer than others.
You can make your house smell like your favorite fragrance. But fragrance mists smell almost as good—without breaking the bank.
Shaking perfume before applying it to your skin won’t make the scent more consistent. In fact, it can shorten the lifespan of the whole bottle.
Everyone’s bragging (or complaining) about their best (and worst) perfume blind buys. Does that mean you should start doing it, too?
Buying perfume online is one thing; mailing perfume to someone else, domestically or internationally, another. Here’s everything you need to know.
Rosemary, a member of the mint family named Salvia Rosmarinus in Latin, is a Mediterranean evergreen herb with aromatic leaves that look very much like hemlock needles.
Tangerine is a citrusy note in fragrances and the household name for the Citrus x tangerine fruit, a species of orange that’s believed to have originated from Southeastern Asia.
You can take perfume on a plane with you, domestically and internationally. But a few rules and limitations apply.
The average person uses 3 to 5 sprays of perfume in a single day. Knowing that, here’s how many sprays there are in the most common bottle sizes.