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If I am purchasing fragrance, it’s an eau de parfum concentration. I never got into eau de toilette, body mists and body sprays; of I’m wearing fragrance, I am wearing fragrance; I don’t use scents when I go to gym, go to sleep, lounge around the house or go out with errands to need lower concentrations.
I like 50ml bottles for my most used fragrance and sample / travel sizes for things I like but not wear that often. Perfume is so hard to use up, I don’t see the point of big bottles for myself.
Although usually I hate sprayers and being sprayed, when it comes to fragrances I prefer sprayers. I sometimes apply fragrances on my clothes rather than directly on my skin; roll-on perfumes contain oils that can extra damage the clothes… and those formats that you simply pour on skin (like in some sample sizes) are difficult to dose properly.
I prefer perfume oils. I like the more intimate throw and subtler scent. I get migraines so oils are are generally much more tolerable for me.
I do like sprayers to put scents on my clothes or hair, generally in as light a concentration as possible.
Same as what you described: an eau de parfum spray, although I don’t mind a rollerball either.
Eau De Parfum – always!
I like to apply my scent to my pulse points so my preference is anything with some form of dabber such as a rollerball or just a simple bottle with out a spray.
Spray and eau de parfum.
Same eau de parfum – spray
I much prefer sprays or rollerballs over free-pour fragrances! I’m fine with eau de toilette, eau de parfum, or parfum, depending on the fragrance profile of the particular scent, and if a body mist is the only way to get a scent I’m interested in, I’ll do it.
Not sure I care? I have a ton of perfume oils just because my odds of finding something I like are greater off the beaten path. But a spray bottle has its perks….