Marchesa "Parfume D’Extase"
Want a noticeable fragrance that you would wear while beaming at photographers on the red carpet? Notes of iris, Orris root, jasmine and musk will bring out your inner diva. ($85 for 1.7 oz; Macys.com)
Tom Ford "Jonquille De Nuit"
Donna Karan "Woman"
Halle Berry "Closer"
Givenchy "Eaudemoiselle" Body Mist
Whatever your preferred fragrance selection may be, keep in mind that each person wears it differently. Thanks to biology, the way fragrance oils combine with our skin varies on our own pH balance, body chemistry, and skin type. So before making any grand fragrance purchases, let the perfume sit on your skin for about 10 to 15 minutes before making your final decision.
Also, remember that the best places to spray are at the pressure points on our wrists, elbows, behind the knees and base of the throat, as those are the places where our veins are closest to the skin’s surface, releasing the most heat and therefore, scent.
By: Abigail Grohmann