Friday, November 7, 2014

How Many Fragrances Do You Have?

As a fragrance connoisseur and Style Coach, I often find myself asking people how many fragrances they have. The reason I ask is because people don't tend to consider fragrance a part of their style. The truth is, fragrance is fashion and like you have multiple shirts, pants, skirts, etc. you should have multiple scents as well.

Our sense of smell is our most powerful when it comes to memory. You could actually smell something today that reminds you of something from when you were a baby. You wouldn't wear the same shirt two days in a row, so don't wear the same scent two days in row.

Switch things up to make things exciting. There are rare times in which I would suggest you repeat a scent and that's a reason I share only with my clients -- the rare situation where wearing the same scent again would benefit you.

So go get yourself another scent. Not all cologne and perfume is expensive. Price doesn't always equate quality. Many times it does, but not all the time. So go out there and explore so you too can discover The Sixth Scents.

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