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In this video men's style, grooming and fitness expert, Aaron Marino from http://www.iamalpham.com, goes over 6 cologne and fragrance tips to ensure that you are smelling great and sending the right message.
Fact: in the first 10 seconds of meeting someone new, they are forming opinions of you based on non-verbal communications. What you wear, how you stand, handshake, eye contact, and how you smell, all impact how others view you. Aaron Marino of alpha m. has teamed-up with his favorite online retailer to bring you six cologne tips to ensure you're always smelling great and sending the right message.
Six Men's Fragrance Tips
1. Less is more - give yourself a light dusting with 2 to 4 quirts depending on the fragrance. Learn how the cologne reacts to your chemistry and body.
2. Apply to pulse points on your neck and wrists - with pulse points, the blood flow is more and the heat dissipates the scent and spreads it.
3. Change is good - update periodically to keep it fresh
4. Rotate your colognes - buy 3 to 4 colognes and rotate
5. Find a cologne that you LOVE! Aaron's six favorite colognes of all time: The One, Cool Water, Guilty, Acqua Di Gio, and Brit Rhythm
6. Shop smart - don't waste money buying your cologne in a department store. However, you have to purchase from a reputable online retailer. FragranceNet.com is the best place, bar none, to pick up your designer fragrances at discounted prices.
I am completely agreed with him that says "you must wear your fragrance because you like it, and it is part of your personality and character and no to please other people; as long you like it, and you identify yourself with the fragrance you are using.........no matter what other people like or not, your aftershave/eau de toilette is your personality in that bottle so you don't change your personality just to suit or please others.
personally, I always wear the same fragrances all the time: ARAMIS, QUORUM, GIVENCHY GENTLEMAN, BOGART (SIGNATURE) POLO (GREEN) and two others that really like KOURUS and JAZZ; but for price reasons, I always go for ARAMIS and QUORUM as my top fragrances and which I wear all seasons, any occasion and formal or informal dates.
LOL, here's my problem. I spent decades not really even thinking about colognes or style or fashion. The English leather somebody gave me for Christmas 5 years ago was good enough. Go ahead and laugh, I laugh about it now. I am definitely late to the party.
So for some reason (mid life crisis?) I've started to pay attention to how I look and the clothes I wear. That got me thinking about colognes and holy shit eau de toilette and even eau de parfum for men. What the hell has happened to me?
But here's the thing, as you would expect I'm about the most unsophisticated consumer of men's cologne there is. I know what smells good to me. But no problem, I rely on reviews here on you tube and other internet sites that specialize in this stuff to point me in the direction of products that are generally regarded as attractive colognes that get compliments and perform well at a given price point. Basically I'm going with "safe" decisions at this point.
But what no one can tell me is how much is enough and how much is too much. I think part of the problem is that the human nose and brain can't be trusted. I've found that over extended periods of time, our nose and brain start to block any strong odors, whether it's an offensive odor like a locker room or a great cologne we like. Too much for too long and our body starts to automatically desensitize itself to that particular odor.
So how do I know if the cologne I put on 3 hours ago has stopped working or my nose is just blocking it after a prolonged exposure and everyone else can smell it just fine?
How do I know if I'm making people gag by reapplying cologne or I'm just keeping a nice projection going because the stuff quit on me after 3 hours?
So far, the only way I've found reliable is if someone comments on it but you can't always count on someone to comment. So then it becomes asking someone if I reek of cologne. Or I can wait to see if I attract honey bees in swarms. None of these seem like great solutions.
So guys, how much? Is it just a matter of experience like so many other things?
If you want to know how long a fragrance performs/ how long it projects Spray one spray on the back of your hand (because it’s on the back of your hand you’re unlikely to get olfactory fatigue - nose blocked/blindness) and then throughout the day smell your hand and time how long you can smell it for, this is the overall longevity, to work out how long a fragrance projects smell your hand from about 10cm away and time how many hours until you have to bury your nose in to smell the cologne. Hope this helps! 😉
Hey I really love the ADG pour Homme, however it can't seem to last and doesn't even project after a while, my country is very hot (30C). Is it possible that my car aircond (very strong) is blowing away the scent from my skin or what not? 100% certain mine is legit. Can any fragrance folks help me?
Guilty by Gucci is perfect for a night out. Ladies really love that one. During the day i dont use cologne i just shower in dove mens clean comfort body wash and the same deodorant. Ladies love that fresh scent too. Everyone smells like GIO its gross.
Aaron, it's a good idea in certain social situations to put the cologne behind your knees. If your going to a bar or restaurant it will allow your scent to linger in the air around you. This is a great idea as long as you dont bath in it as you already stated. If it's a fresh clean scent it won't likely bother anyone at all.
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