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Eau de Parfum Discovery Set

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The Maison Mimi et Toi Eau de Parfum Discovery Set. Because we know fragrance is personal. This set contains three 2ML miniatures of our fragrances. Try them out on your own skin and see which one feels most like you. The Discovery Set comes with a 10% discount code for a full-size Maison Mimi et Toi perfume.

#01 Ambre Bois | This scent opens with notes of Amber and Sandalwood, followed by a floral heart of White Orchid and Iris, ending in notes of Honey, Sweet Powder, and Patchouli.

#02 Calone Néroli | Bergamot and Citrus open this fragrance, followed by humble sea-like Ozonic and purifying Neroli notes, ending in deep Cypress, Ambergris, Cedar and Seaweed aromas.

#03 Amalfi Cèdre | Say hello to luxurious notes of Bergamot, Amalfi and Pepper, after which you’ll be surprised by Frankincense, Iris and Pine Needle, with a dark ending in Vetyver, Musk and Cedar.

Wearing fragrance is easy—a little spritz, and you’re done. But wearing fragrance well is a whole other story.

Don’t Rub—Just Spray
Misting a little scent on your wrists and then pressing them together before reaching for your neck—is actually very bad. Why? The friction created by rubbing heats up the skin, which produces natural enzymes that change the course of the scent, causing it to lose its crispness. To preserve the integrity of your fragrance (and also ensure it lasts longer on your skin), spritz both wrists lightly, let the liquid sink in, and then do absolutely nothing at all.

Environment Is Key
When it comes to storage, perfume is almost like a living organism—it’s sensitive to environmental changes. Perfume doesn’t like going from cold to hot. Shifts in temperature set off unexpected chemical reactions within the natural ingredients, and therefore age the perfume faster.  Leaving a citrus scent in the steamy bathroom, for instance, affects the freshness and can make a raw material, like patchouli, smell a little off. Ultraviolet rays can also alter a perfume’s color. Surprisingly, the best place to store fragrance is the box it originally came in, and at room temperature. If you want to go above and beyond, store one or two bottles of your signature scent in the refrigerator.

 When in Doubt, Use Your Hair
Perfume doesn’t last long on dry skin. Use an unscented moisturizer under your perfume to maximize its scent and longevity. Where you put perfume matters, too. Don’t cover it up with your clothing! Instead spritz on areas exposed to the air: the pulse points of the neck and the wrists or inner elbows. The only exception is if you’re in an intensely hot climate—then it’s best to not apply the scent directly to your body. As you sweat, the natural oils of the skin can destroy your perfume faster. Here, the chic alternative is lightly misting your hair. Talk about leaving a lasting impression.

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