A cozy sweater, fur-lined hood, weather-be-damned boots and a hot toddy can make the cooler months downright enjoyable. So can switching out your usual scent for something that hasÂ a bit of warmth to it. And since fragrance tends to dissipate sooner in colder weather, you’llÂ need a few tips and tricks to help your scent last this time.
HowÂ to give your scent some staying power:
SWITCH UP YOUR SCENT When the temperature drops you’ll want to set aside your light, fresh fragrance for oneÂ that’s a bit more complex and hasÂ stronger base notes like patchouli, vanilla, sandalwood or musk. In perfume, the stronger base notes tend to be the longer lasting notesÂ that stick aro