Perfume can be applied to various pulse points on your body to ensure that the scent lasts longer and diffuses well. These pulse points are areas where your blood vessels are closer to the skin’s surface, generating a bit more heat and helping the fragrance to develop and linger. Here are some common pulse points where you can apply perfume in the attached picture.
Remember, when applying perfume, less is often more. Perfume can be quite strong, so start with a small amount and build up if necessary. Also, be mindful of the type of perfume you’re using. Some fragrances are more concentrated than others, and this can impact how much you should apply.
Additionally, it’s a good idea to avoid rubbing the perfume into your skin vigorously, as this can break down the fragrance molecules and alter the scent. Let the perfume dry naturally after application.