Thanks to TikTok, here’s how to make your perfume last longer
How to extend the life of your perfume? TikTok has the solution, and that involves a beauty and grooming item you probably already own.
Another Week brings another TikTok beauty tip, this time promising to help perfume wearers enjoy their favorite scent all day long. Rather than spraying yourself with perfume morning, noon and evening, all you need is a small dab of petroleum jelly applied to certain strategic places.
How to make your perfume last longer, according to TikTok
How to enjoy the scent of your favorite perfume all day long without having to reapply it regularly? This is an enigma that TikTokers seems to have addressed, because for several weeks, users of the social network site have been sharing tips, each crazier – but no less effective – than each other. However, one hack seems to stand out from the crowd. It relies on a surprising ingredient, petroleum jelly, to keep perfume wearers smelling good for (a very) long time.
Vaseline is actually quite popular on TikTok, so much so that some people tend to overuse it. A few weeks ago, you might remember that TikTok’s latest fad was to use lubricant as a primer for foundation. Not such a great idea, but one that nonetheless went viral too quickly. Today, the hashtag #vaseline has nearly 300 million views, with videos focusing mainly on beauty tips – much to the chagrin of dermatologists – and showing a certain enthusiasm for the product.
But the latest Vaseline hack that has gone viral in recent weeks doesn’t involve applying petroleum jelly to the face. This involves applying a thin layer of product to what are called pulse points – namely the inside of the wrists and elbows, the neck, the earlobes or, less frequently, the temples – then spray your perfume of the day on them. same places. Petrolatum, a petrochemical derivative, is probably not your skin’s best friend. Fortunately, it can be replaced with any cream with a certain lipid content in order to set the scent in place.
Unlike some makeup tips, this new beauty tip is particularly quick and easy to reproduce. But if you are not sure of the pulse points, the hashtag #vaselineperfume will provide you with plenty of videos on the subject. The user Erin Dugan Jutchak is one of the TikTokers who swear by this trick.
This article is published via AFP Relaxnews.