Knowing the fragrance
Perfume is packaged beautifully and comes in a range of fragrances. But it helps to have some basic knowledge of the make up of the fragrance and difference between an Eau de Cologne and Eau de Parfum. Each fragrance varies in regards to perfume oil content. Perfume oil in a high concentration means a higher price tag, longer lasting fragrance, and less solvent (often alcohol).
A strong fragrance option includes Eau de Parfum with its 20% fragrance, followed by Eau de Toilette with 10%, and Eau de Cologne with 2 to 5% aromatic compounds.
Avoid overdoing in the office
A strong and powerful perfume can be quite disruptive in a small office. It is certain to cause issues for those will allergies to fragrances. So, it helps to avoid using the strong perfumes in the office or similar confined spaces. A warm and rich scent is less noticed and offers a more appealing option in the place of work.
Spray the best areas of the body
Location and skin type can have a noticeable impact on a perfume. A fragrance can also vary when applied to clothing versus skin. A preferred place to apply the perfume is the pulse points, which includes the lower neck, wrists, behind the knees and inside of the elbow. Scent applied to any of these body parts means it is able to last longer. Also, by spraying the perfume in the proper area, you are able to be more subtle. This should mean there is less chance of disrupting the local environment.
Matching the season
A fragrance is certain to offer the desired smell when matched to the right season. A light and fruity scent like citrus and floral is perfect for the spring and summer seasons, while a more intense scent like the woody and Oriental is more favored for the fall and winter season.