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Steamy Places To Apply Perfume

Tuck these tips into your purse along with your perfume.

Your Chest

The chest area can work for you when you want a more subtle fragrance. Spritz your perfume just between your breasts. If you’re getting close to a special someone, the slight scent will draw him closer.

Your Neck

Classic, of course. Your neck does have an artery, which makes it a pulse point. That simply means that your blood flow is your biggest ally. When your heart beats, the scent will naturally release a little bit more.

Behind Your Ears

This may be a funnier-sounding one. Think about it. When he embraces you with those strong arms, where is his nose? Right over your shoulder, right? He’ll get a waft of your fragrance for sure.

Between Your Thighs

Between your thighs is your femoral artery, making it another pulse point. This is also one of the warmer parts of your body. Your blood pumping naturally combined with the heat emitted from this area will really give your scent an extra push.  If you’re getting really cozy, you and your cozy partner will enjoy the experience a little more.

How do you apply your perfume? Did you find this helpful? Let us know.

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This girl’s sharp, quick wit may not be for the faint of heart, but those close to her say that she’s caring and hilariously funny. Reality TV, a not -so-small sweet tooth, nail polish, and fashion are but a few of her guilty pleasures. Her obsession with writing and hobby of interviewing brought her to conducting a few interviews with fashion designers and makeup artists for her fashion blog, Hey There, Stylish! Curiosity for different lifestyles and experiences lead to more interviews and ultimately became Gal Pal Magazine. Like many college girls, Lauren is a media strategies major who spends her days going to class; most of her late nights are reserved for studying and her night job.

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