Your everyday perfume is more than just a beautiful-smelling fragrance. Believe it or not a spritz of perfume or cologne could even be your new performance enhancer. Many hotels use specific scents in their lobbies and guest rooms that make you want to keep coming back. A strong rose scent can lure guest back and calm lavender helps you feel relaxed. Try Red Roses by Jo Malone; it has a powerful alluring rose scent.
The scent of cinnamon is related to spending money. When we smell cinnamon, subconsciously we are reminded of the holiday season which is of course tied to shopping. Something like 1 Million by Paco Rabanne, spritzed, may influence your spending.
Other unique scents have their own way of subconsciously affecting our behavior. Estee Lauder’s Sensuous has notes of jasmine and orange perfect for a job interview where you need to be calm and conscientious.
If you’re going on a first date and you want to feel confident and sexy, a white floral fragrance mixed with vanilla makes you feel relaxed and happy; try Truth or Dare by Madonna.
The smell of ginger and peppermint helps you feel strong and motivated, spray Miracle by Lancome to get you through that tough workout. Use these scents to your advantage. Before you spritz another scent on yourself, ask yourself what you would like your perfume to do for you.
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