Man Fashion: Nose Candy

12:10 AM Contributed by JW


It is a scientific fact that the sense of smell lingers for a long time in the mind of a person. Whether you believe or not, your friends and colleagues do associate you with the smell of your perfume or cologne, so it is essential to choose a fragrance that is totally you. Just like in selecting clothes from a boutique, you should make sure that your perfume reflects your own personal style and uniqueness. Previously I shared with you my top 5 perfumes. In this post, I would like to share some essential on this nose candy. Where should one apply fragrance? The most important, in descending order, are rops of your forearms(in moving them, you create your scent space), neck, and one serious shot down your back inside your shirt. Mens Perfume Day versus Night: How much scent? Your use for the office should always be lighter; evening, you can get louder. Humidity represses scent, but don't overcompensate, because humidity makes people less tolerant of odors too. Mens Perfume Should age affect scent choices? There are scents appropriate for different ages. Teens can wear ckIN2U with great success, Juicy Couture Dirty English works better for 20s. Mens Perfume How does one know how a scent will smell on him? Only when you wear it the first day will you really know what it smells like on you (by others' reaction) but only on day 2 will you know whether your initial reading was right or wrong. One must frequently take a fragrance out for a few spins. How long and where should you keep fragrances? Scents definitely have a shelf life (My bottles are still not expire! :P) and it'll be obvious what's still good and what has turned. So if you buy something you really love, there's only one place to store it: the fridge. So next time, remember to return back immediately after apply.
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3 comments:

  1. Keith said...

    Great post. This is my first time visiting your blog. I really like it.

  2. Brandon said...

    Love Giorgio Armani, I'd also recommend Jean Paul Gautier's La Male and anything by Givenchy ;p


    great site you have here!

  3. Romey Louangvilay said...

    i love aqui di gio!!! i can bathe in that all day

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