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    any tips for this.? i have started spraying on my chest and my ankles. i really want really good sillage. any tips?

    thanks

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    Fleece fabric will save your scents for days!
    Clothes in general, even hair is a good choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JP1
    any tips for this.? i have started spraying on my chest and my ankles. i really want really good sillage. any tips?

    thanks

    Your ankles???

    That's a first ...

    I spray my ass once in a while for sillage ... but ankles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziffy321
    [quote author=JP1 link=1135370364/0#0 date=1135370364]any tips for this.? i have started spraying on my chest and my ankles. i really want really good sillage. any tips?

    thanks

    Your ankles???

    That's a first ...

    I spray my ass once in a while for sillage ... but ankles?[/quote]

    i can see the logic in that..most likely he is aware of the fact that the scent rises - the same reason why some spray behind the knees.

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    Layer with the product line.

    Spray on shirt.

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    You're not going to like this but... carry around a decant in a small atomizer and reappy your SOTD every few hours. Discreetly of course...

    Of course...

    Excuse yourself to go "replenish the sillage" (SEE-ij). Your friends will think you have used some obscure slang phrase for "drain the lizard".

    Always works for me.

    Of course...

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    Question: Would you apply the orientals, the classics, or the 'heavier' scents on your clothing?

    Say vintage tabarome, for example.

    Wouldn't that simply make the scent 'mustier' as in mothballs?

    :-?

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    Ziffy, I urge you to remain firmly clenched when taking such a course of action!

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    Try applying a fragrance-free body lotion/moisturizer before you spray.

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    Default Re: making fragrance last longer....

    Quote Originally Posted by Griff
    ......Excuse yourself to go "replenish the sillage" (SEE-ij). Your friends will think you have used some obscure slang phrase for "drain the lizard".

    Always works for me.

    Of course...
    Har. Har. I just laughed so hard that I See-ij'ed myself -- and my keyboard!

    So not only did I miss out on getting the eBay "You Got the Griff" T-shirt 'cuz I had to work -- now you've made me ruin my keyboard as well. >

    I mean, it probably works but...

    ...I don't want to touch it to find out?!

    I hope you're happy! ;D

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    I spray 2 or 3 on my chest, 2 on my t-shirt, and 2 on my dress shirt. It will literally last all night, without ever being "too much."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Justiniani
    Question: *Would you apply the orientals, *the classics, *or the *'heavier' scents on your clothing? *

    Say vintage tabarome, *for example. *

    Wouldn't that simply make the scent *'mustier' as in mothballs?

    :-?

    Thx in advance,

    Mario
    I would only spray the light ones on my shirt, not the heavy ones - there would be no need to do so.

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