Here at Beauty Resource, our fragrance wardrobe is almost as extensive as our clothing wardrobe – so we’re always on the lookout for new ways to wear it.
Take a look below for some fun ways to experiment with your perfume.
Nail polish isn’t generally known for its pleasant scent, so changing this and making them perfumed is an idea we love. Revlon has created the Parfumerie collection, a range of nail lacquers that develop subtle fragrances as they dry. Scents range from the exotic China Flower (a bright red) to the zesty Surf Spray (a pale blue).
Perfume clings to hair follicles, making it last longer than perfume applied to your skin. The only problem with this is that perfume can be very drying on the hair. Hair perfume fixes this problem by adding shine and moisture while scenting. We love Sachajuan’s protective hair perfume which also protects against UV damage.
Using perfumed body lotion is a great way to add depth to your scent, helping it to last even longer. Prada’s Infusion D’Iris Scented Body Lotion is unique, easily absorbed by the skin while leaving behind a subtle scent of iris.
How cool is this idea? By Kilian Scented Earrings have tiny ceramic tiles inside them. These tiles gently release wafts of whatever scent you spray them with. The subtle scent can only be picked up by those who get close enough, something we feel only adds to its appeal.
Scented oils are long lasting, without being overpowering. Byredo’s perfumed oil in Gypsy Water is a sleek roll-on, which you can easily fit in your handbag – perfect for topping up your scent on the go.