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Chance Women's Fragrance

Chance by Chanel is the fragrance of youth and beauty, an enchanting and radiant scent filled with romantic adventures and magical nights under starlit skies. For dreamers, there's never been a better time to dream of a chance for romance, love, and happiness with this intoxicating perfume that's both delicate and flirty. Undertones of seductive white musk blend temptation with innocence in this must-have fragrance that will have you taking a chance on whatever life brings you.

How do you apply Chance perfume?
  • Prepare: Start with clean, moist skin. Use a moisturizing wash or oil in the shower or use an unscented body lotion afterward. Your fragrance will smell better and last longer on skin that's not rough or dry.
  • Apply: Hold the bottle a few inches away from the areas where you wish to apply it. Spray evenly but not so much that the skin becomes wet from the spray. To give your top notes a boost, and to increase the longevity of your fragrance, apply it to your pulse points. Those areas around your neckline, collarbone, ears, inner elbows, belly button, and the backs of your knees are heat-gathering points that activate your perfume.
  • Bare it all: Fragrances work at their peak when applied to your skin, not your clothing.
What notes are used in Chanel's Chance?

Chanel's Chance was designed by Jacques Polge and is a delectable brew of delicate floral and fruity notes. The top notes are a pure citrus delight with sweet grapefruit, pineapple, and juicy pink pepper. At heart, Chance is an enchanting harmony of delicate jasmine, orris, and beautiful hyacinth. Chance's base notes are a rich, earthy blend of white musk, patchouli, vanilla, vetiver, and deep amber.

How can you make the scent of Chance last longer?
  • Vaseline: By dabbing small bits of the occlusive ointment on the areas where you apply your perfume, it will last quite a bit longer than it would on your bare skin.
  • Wrists: Spray scent on your wrists but don't rub your wrists together after the application. Doing so will decrease your top notes and actually cause your scent to diminish faster.
  • Hair: Applying alcohol-based fragrances to your hair directly isn't a good idea because it will dry it out. However, you can apply your perfume to a hairbrush and transfer the scent to your hair in just a few easy strokes.
  • Cloud: Yes, the old trick of spritzing your perfume into the air and darting through the cloud of scent is still a thing. It works for when you want a milder scent with an even distribution.
  • Don't waste: Perfume bottle almost empty? Pouring out the last bit of a favorite perfume into unscented lotion will give you a brand-new product with one of your favorite scents.
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