The DOs and DON'Ts of Layering

What is layering?
Rather you're on the beach or at the resort, there is always a way to layer! Layering is to blend two or more of your favorite fragrance over top each other to create a new and unique scent that is signature to you!
One of our favorite questions to answer is: “How exactly do I layer my favorite fragrances?”. Layering is subjective but we have found some of our best practices and curated them here for you as DOs and DON'Ts!
Aloha Tiare Layering Vanille Abricot


Do wear fragrances that help compliment each other. For example, to base scents that contain a similar note– like Vanilla Abricot and Vanilla Extreme.
OR wear two different fragrances that are completely opposite from one another with no similar or matching notes to create a new scent altogether. An example would be Aqua Motu and Jasmin Dentelle
If wearing little coverage (like a bathing suit) it is important to apply your fragrances to multiple different press points of each of your different fragrances to reach the full projection of your fragrances. Try the wrist, behind the ears, neck, wrists, and even your hair for longer wear.
Apply your fragrances on your clothes, that cling closer to you like your scarf, lapels, or beach cover-up!


Try to avoid applying fragrances that overpower one another, it's okay for some fragrances to be worn as a signature scent!
A rule of thumb should be three fragrances to blend at a maximum.
Don't over-apply your fragrances! Over-applying your favorite fragrances increases the chance of their qualities drowning each other out!
Don't stack them on top of each other– this will minimize the risk of overexposing your skin to certain allergens, oils, and synthetic fragrances.


Try our curated Duos and Trios below or create your own to have a completely unique layering experience.
 Pina Colada Special Beach Side Sun Bather The Spice is Right Vanilla FanaticCooCoo for Coconuts

 Create Your Own Layering Set



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