Here's a fun tip for all you pyros: Now you can set stuff on fire and make your bedroom smell good, all at the same time.
It's thanks to this French invention called "burning papers," which infuse essential scent oils (the kind used in Eau De Parfums and also incense) with flammable sheets of tissue paper. Stick a sheet on a non-flammable surface (like terracotta clay, or even a porcelain plate), light it with a match, and boom! You'll create a long-lasting scent that's more delicate than a candle, and more lasting than a spray.
Of course, you'll want to light the papers very carefully - and near a kitchen or bathroom sink - just to be safe. But still, what's more badass than torching something in your house - even if that's why it was designed?
--FARAN KRENTCILLa Doux burning papers, $7 a pack at Beauty HabitBut only YOU can prevent forest fires - do NOT light these things outside, or far away from the bathroom sink.