How to Layer Perfume to Create a One-of-a-Kind Scent
So you can stop smelling like everyone else who hit up Sephora's perfume counter.
Did you know you can layer perfumes to create a one-of-a-kind fragrance? Bonus: It makes the scent last longer too.
For example: "Mixing matcha or tea with an epicurean note like almond or vanilla can create a comforting combination," says Clara Molloy, a co-founder of luxury perfume maker Floraïku. Here, your perfume-pairing guide.