02-19-2010, 05:31 PM
The subtler perfumes - well, weaker ones, I mean, not subtler - sometimes you can really spritz it on. But others, like those with more pungent overtones, need to be dealt with very lightly and in short, quick sprays. Like Reese Witherspoon's "In Bloom;" initially starts out light but becomes extremely overbearing if heavily used. I just do one spritz around my head and one short spray each on my arms. Cheapy perfumes, like the generic store-name ones, can probably be sprayed to kingdom come and you'll still never smell them, but remember: With perfumes of any sort, LESS is MORE! ^_^
Also, as Kitty said, daubing can be better if you're out in public. But if you're at home, you may spray perfume - just do it in your room and not say in the bathroom where it may linger for awhile.
I KNOW THE PIECES FIT, CAUSE I WATCHED THEM FALL AWAY, MILDEWED AND SMOLDERING.
FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERING, PURE INTENTION JUXTAPOSED WILL SET TWO LOVERS' SOULS IN MOTION.
DISINTEGRATING AS IT GOES, TESTING OUR COMMNICATION.
THE LIGHT THAT FUELED OUR FIRE THEN HAS BURNED A HOLE BETWEEN US SO WE CANNOT SEE TO REACH AN END...
Last edited by Silent_Wolf : 02-19-2010 at 05:33 PM.