How To Transfer Perfume
Check out the teeny tiny tube that covers the nozzleâ€¦genius!
Iâ€™m ashamed to even call myself a perfumista because Iâ€™ve always resigned myself to using miniatures bought/given by the brand or just transferring perfume from non-spray bottles into smaller ones or just stuffing a whole bottle into my check-in luggage; but you know I donâ€™t travel with check-in anymore.
Although this is new to me, itâ€™s probably seriously old news for Japanese women, like my beloved new foam net.
This is a pretty old perfume by Givenchy called Secrets of Jardin dâ€™Interdit that was a special edition in 2007/2008. Itâ€™s what I call my sweat-proof perfume, which means I could sweat a ton but itâ€™ll still smell good. Every girl needs such a perfume during blazing hot summers. My other go-to perfume for active days is YSLâ€™s classic rose scent, Paris.
So take away the little cap that covers the nozzleâ€¦
Place the transfer tube on top of the openingâ€¦
Pump away! There was no leakage, so this is seriously good stuff.
Perfume transfer complete. I would definitely buy SEVERAL more because I like to choose from a variety of fragrances when Iâ€™m on the road, especially for long trips. The flask is super slim and I imagine I could fit up to three in my zip lock bag.
FYI, there is also a perfume ball type of bottle available for sale but Iâ€™m not a fan of rubbing perfume onto my skin â€” I donâ€™t like the thought of contaminating my perfume because the ball will come into contact with the skin and that would transfer bacteria back into the bottle which would change the scent (I doubt it would deteriorate so quickly over a trip but Iâ€™m quite anal when it comes to perfume). Ditto for roll-on deodorant too â€“ LOL! So what the heck do I use? Crystal deodorant â€” rub, wash, cap, reuse. To each her own, I sayâ€¦
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