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Scents For Attracting Women

Updated on December 28, 2016

The Importance of Scents

Scents are just as important for men as they are for women. While this is a very subjective topic since everyone really has different tastes, there are some types of colognes that you cannot go wrong with and these are generally the more expensive and established brands including:

  • Gucci
  • Armani
  • Versace
  • Christian Dior

While you will need to pay top dollar for the colognes from these brands, keep in mind that you do get what you pay for. For example, if you were to go with cheap cologne, it might smell nice, but they will wear off fairly quickly. Furthermore, because these cheap colognes were probably not as extensively lab-tested for different body configurations as the more expensive brands, they might not mix well with your natural body chemistry and they could produce a foul stench. When this happens, the cologne that you put on to attract women could actually chase them away instead.

Therefore, while the established brands will cost you a lot more, they are also generally well worth it when compared to the cheaper brands.

They’re extremely expensive

The top-rated colognes in the market are extremely expensive, but there are some workarounds to this such as buying online instead of through physical retailers. Naturally, just make sure that you are buying from a legitimate seller instead of some 2-bit thief who might be selling you cheap, fake “class A” goods.

Another great thing about buying online is that there are some shops that offer the colognes in much smaller quantities so that you can sample them instead of paying top dollar for an entire bottle of expensive cologne that does not go well with your body chemistry. These are the things that you need to watch out for when buying cologne:

  • Does the cologne go well with your body chemistry?
  • Does the cologne last long enough to justify the price?

While you can also test out the scent of the colognes in a physical retailer’s shop, when you buy a smaller sample online, it also allows you test the second aspect: just how many hours does the scent last?

Are there any advantages to wearing cologne?

From a psychological standpoint, a person’s scent actually has a very powerful effect on other individuals. You may be able to better understand this point if you think of a woman wearing an attractive scent and how it affects you when you are close to her. The same psychology also applies for women and how they are attracted by a man’s scent. Furthermore, you should know that science has proven that women have a sharper sense of smell when compared to men and therefore, you should not underestimate the power of cologne for attracting a woman.

To add to this, most men do NOT wear cologne. This is actually to your advantage because it puts you one step above the others when you do wear one while flirting. Simply wearing cologne can give you a key advantage over other men and it’s so easy that you should definitely take advantage of it.

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