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Do you wear Cologne/Perfume?
Posted 8/14/16
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Posted 8/15/16
Blegh.. Nope! They give me headaches if someone is wearing too much.
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Posted 8/15/16
I am not supposed to wear it at work, but I do like to wear perfumes. My current favorites are The Forest and Root from Library of Flowers. I don't think they make Root anymore, though, so I have to make my supply last. I also have many perfume oils from Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, though I haven't purchased any new ones in quite a few years. For major brands, I do like Burberry Brit in the cooler months and Burberry Brit Sheer pretty much year-round.
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Posted 8/15/16
No. It's to distracting.

Don't get me wrong, I love it when women have some on, but I'll stick to just under arm deodorant thank you I like a nice clean smell on my body, with just that little bit of kick. I don't want that much attention to be honest.
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Posted 8/15/16
I wear Victoria's Secret's Tease perfume, I really like it.

Most perfumes I find really irritating though, especially when they're strong.
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Posted 8/15/16

missgezky wrote:

I wear Victoria's Secret's Tease perfume, I really like it.

Most perfumes I find really irritating though, especially when they're strong.


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Posted 8/15/16
No. Intense migraines.

I used Emporio He for like 5 years.
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Posted 8/15/16
sometimes i put on body spray at night lol
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Posted 8/15/16
No, I can't either due to allergies. I want to be able to breathe and not break out into a rash. I'll also get an allergic reaction if people near by are dosed in the stuff. Including getting a rash if they embrace me. I dare not step into cosmetics shops or the cosmetic sections, passing near by will cause a sneezing fit. Even air refreshers are poisonous to me. I had a sneezing fit when a friend just introduced some scented candles in her home. Once I avoid all of this then I don't have to cart around an inhaler.
Posted 8/15/16

missgezky wrote:

I wear Victoria's Secret's Tease perfume, I really like it.

Most perfumes I find really irritating though, especially when they're strong.


Have you ever smelled Angel by VS? It smells amazing.
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Posted 8/15/16
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Posted 8/16/16

ResilientPsyche wrote:


missgezky wrote:

I wear Victoria's Secret's Tease perfume, I really like it.

Most perfumes I find really irritating though, especially when they're strong.


Have you ever smelled Angel by VS? It smells amazing.


I don't think so, I'll have to try it! I love all the VS perfumes, they're so nice, I think Tease is my favourite at the moment though.
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Posted 8/16/16 , edited 8/16/16
I don't, I'm very particular about smells.

Either it's the perfect scent or it's no scent. And for me it's been zero scent at all. Neutral.

http://essays.quotidiana.org/montaigne/smells/



But the ordinary constitution of human bodies is quite otherwise, and their best and chiefest excellency is to be exempt from smell. Nay, the sweetness even of the purest breath has nothing in it of greater perfection than to be without any offensive smell, like those of healthful children, which made Plautus say of a woman:

Mulier tum bene olet, ubi nihil olet.

[“She smells sweetest, who smells not at all.” —Plautus, Mostel, i. 3, 116.]

And such as make use of fine exotic perfumes are with good reason to be suspected of some natural imperfection which they endeavour by these odours to conceal. To smell, though well, is to stink:

Rides nos, Coracine, nil olentes
Malo, quam bene olere, nil olere.

[“You laugh at us, Coracinus, because we are not scented; I would, rather than smell well, not smell at all.”—Martial, vi. 55, 4.]

And elsewhere:

Posthume, non bene olet, qui bene semper olet.

[“Posthumus, he who ever smells well does not smell well.” —Idem, ii. 12, 14.]

I am nevertheless a great lover of good smells, and as much abominate the ill ones, which also I scent at a greater distance, I think, than other men:

Namque sagacius unus odoror,
Polypus, an gravis hirsutis cubet hircus in aliis
Quam canis acer, ubi latest sus.

[“My nose is quicker to scent a fetid sore or a rank armpit, than a dog to smell out the hidden sow.”—Horace, Epod., xii. 4.]
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Posted 8/16/16
Kenneth Cole reaction >>>>

It's a subtle scent and that's what I feel cologne should be like so, yeah.
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Posted 8/16/16 , edited 8/16/16
I always try to use a cologne that has a subtle scent. If the smell of someone else's cologne or perfume is too intense then I can't handle it and I need to get away from that person, especially if the scent is something sweet, that just makes me nauseous. But I honestly don't use colgne very often, just when I have some family reunions or a date.
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