Men's cologne should complement a man, but not define him. If you've smelled a man who's gone overboard, you've seen a woman roll her eyes and wince. Young men are very prone to over doing the cologne, but that is just a right of passage. When you have overdone the cologne, even expensive cologne seems cheap. Don't get me wrong. Women love men who smell nice. When a man walks by, sending that light breeze of a good cologne in their direction, they are literally distracted to speechlessness. Some men smell so good, that women are drawn to them even if they normally would have found them completely unappealing. You must find the appropriate men's cologne to match your personality, taste, and body chemistry. That's right. Scents smell different on each of us, depending on how the fragrance mixes with our body chemistry. Make sure to test different colognes before whipping out your credit card. You should never use more than a couple pumps of the spray bottle. If you think you need more, you really don't. Either your nose has become too accustomed to the scent and you've lost your sensitivity, or you're just paranoid. Generally, the rule of thumb is to go light, especially during the day. You can use alternative forms of the scent in aftershave and moisturizers to get a lighter effect. A favorite in men's fragrances are aromatic scents, those that use herbs in their ingredients, like sage and lavender. These scents are usually fresh. The citrus group is often energetic, light, and fresh. Oriental fragrances tend to incorporate spicy warm ingredients like vanilla, amber, and tobacco. Woody scents tend to be earthy, including patchouli, sandalwood, and cedar. There is no best group, since personal taste accounts for your choices. When you are looking that right choice in men's cologne nothing beats the hand spray test. Just remember that a little dab will do you.
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