By Alexandra Donaldson “A perfume shouldn’t smell like flowers. A…
By Deborah Fulsang
As the temperature climbs to 34-plus and the Humidex inches up to the 40 mark, we’ve been spritzing our favourite citrus colognes. A splash of lemon, lime or bergamot does wonders to chill the brain.
But what about this perfume tip? Keep your summer perfumes on ice. Well, not literally. But do keep them in the fridge. After all, a cool mist of your favourite fragrance will be even more refreshing if it actually does cool you on contact.