You’ve probably already changed up your skincare routine for fall/winter, and likely have adjusted your make-up colors as well…but did you know that your perfume will also wear differently in colder weather?
According to Beauty-Advices.com, “Cold winter air will cause your perfume to…cling longer and evaporate more slowly. Winter is a perfect time to choose a richer, fuller fragrance. It will develop more slowly and last much longer than the same perfume will when worn on a hot day. Warmer, intimate scents like musk and deep, rich spicy tones are the perfect addition to a winter wardrobe.”
My personal favorite is Coco Mademoiselle, but I also love:
What are your favorite winter perfumes?