If I like a guy, then the fact he wears cologne here and there, yes, I like it. So, the man makes the cologne, the cologne does not make the man. And, I also like my man smelling like a man if he just worked out or just woke up, but not because he is lazy and has poor hygiene.
Oh, yes, and I second the motion that an overpowering spray of it is a turn off. You should have enough so that I can smell it when I am close to you, not enough so that everyone else in the room can smell it too. A little goes a long way.
No sh*t Sherlock! I'm sorry...I don't mean to be mean...but don't you prefer things when they smell really nice to the bad smells? Doesn't everyone? Isn't this common sense? I'm just saying. ;P B.O. is one of the biggest turnoffs in the book I'd think. xD Your question made me chuckle! ;P Wow...wow. LMAO!
well yes of course, but it shouldn't be so strong it's intoxicating. something very subtle... for example, I don't wear perfume often, because most of the time I use vanilla liquid soap in the shower, which does the trick. but when I do wear perfume, its not obvious...but I smell good.
I like when guys smell like (real cologne) not axe or tag or other cheap smelling stuff. I think it is repulsive to smell your boyfriend a mile before you actually see him. So I like when my boyfriend just wears a soft masculine scent. I don't like when they lather it on. It can get annoying and actually run women away. If it is the right cologne it is a turn on. The smell of it on my clothes or when I get close to you is a turn on. It makes her think about you.
I don't wanna smell a guy's cologne unless I am standing right next to him. My boyfriend wears something that I can only smell when we are close. Smelling good is nice but don't wear too much and stink up the entire room.
Of course its a turn on for women! How sexy is it when a woman smells incredible!?!My advice is forget the Polo Blue and get something a real man would wear. Look into some Pinaud Virgin Island Bay Rum or some Trumper Eucris. Anything that includes natural scents like herbs, citrus plants, flowers, and spices is absolutely incredible. I shave with straight razors and just the shaving cream I use has such a powerful, natural scent, it can be smelled on my skin after I'm done shaving and it's Taylor Sandalwood from London, hasn't changed since the 1800s.
The human body is an amazing thing. Our tongues have there own print just like how our fingerprints are each unique. The same goes for our natural smell or "musk" that our bodies produce via sweat glands. The pheromone we produce is from our more basic "animal" side, and is its own unique chemistry that triggers receptors in the female brain. The same goes for females, and it was this way, along with our dominant nature that would attract a mate (for those who believe in evolution lol) Colognes today are derived from our natural scents and then mixed with other variations. In an effort to produce a more heightened response from the opposite gender. But as I read some of the comments below, too much can be a bad thing. Just like how a really sweaty guy who is pungent with his own scent can be a turn off for some if not most girls (not my ex, she loved it for some reason). So in conclusion, it is good, and obviously a very common practice amongst both sexes. Just keep in mind, you only need a little bit, one drop on each side of your neck, then spray the mist in front of you and walk through it. That's all you need :) Happy hunting
No of course not, they prefer guys that smell like a hobo. By the way your taste in colgne is kinda sh*t. Get paco rabanne, giorgio armani, tom ford, or carolina herrera. These I have found are the best brands, especially to impress a woman.