Where do you store your perfume

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  1. I have some vintage perfumes that I use on an ongoing basis that are in great condition and smell perfect. I have heard that perfumes with higher levels of citrus-based notes are more likely to turn or lose their top notes. That said, none of my perfumes, citrus-heavy or otherwise, have gone bad (thankfully). Storing them carefully by keeping them away from direct heat, light and humid conditions like bathroom steam helps (especially for those with a larger collection of bottles).
     
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