Here are a few steps you might consider as part of a fragrance routine for special nights and invitations:

Choose a fragrance that is appropriate for the occasion. For example, a more formal event might call for a more sophisticated scent, while a casual gathering might be better suited to a lighter, more playful fragrance.

Apply the fragrance to pulse points, such as the wrists, neck, and behind the ears. These areas produce body heat, which helps to activate and diffuse the scent.

Avoid over-applying fragrance. A little goes a long way, and applying too much can be overpowering to those around you.

Reapply the fragrance as needed throughout the evening. The longevity of a fragrance can vary, so you may need to touch up the scent after a few hours.

Consider layering your fragrance with other scented products, such as body lotion or hair products, to create a unique scent that lasts longer.

Keep in mind that the scent of a fragrance can change when it is combined with other fragrances or products, so it’s a good idea to do a patch test before applying a new fragrance to ensure that you like the way it smells when layered with other scents.