The art of mixing perfumes goes back at least to ancient Babylon, circa 4000 B.C. Then, as now, the recipe was simple: Fragrance-bearing oils, called essential oils, are dissolved in another substance. The original oils were extracted from herbs and spices and tree resin such as frankincense and myrrh. The solvent was animal fat or olive oil.
Cleopatra doubtlessly knew what science has proven: Of all the senses, the sense of smell is most powerful in exciting passion. Smells are perceived by the brain’s limbic system, the same region that’s involved in mood and emotion. Aroma and emotion flow like two streams that converge.
Now after a load of information how I make my perfume linger on for long is by mixing my perfume with coconut oil yes coconut oil when you just mix your perfume with it stays for long and it also adds a nice fresh fruity can say coconuty smell to it which makes it more yummy and gives it a tropical touch.If you don’t like the smell of coconut you can add some almond oil , try it and tell me did you like this tip.Stay beautiful 🙂