What’s Your Perfume Personality?

By Courtney Leiva

Few things are as personal as your signature scent. Not only does your perfume reflect your personality, it can also affect your mood, which is why it’s so important to get this beauty decision right.

To help you to find your new sultry scent of choice, we’ve broke down A LOT of perfumes based on scent type and personality. So, whether you desire florals or spices, find the next perfume you’ll love and totally use!

If you’re a Floral Flirt… Spring and summer florals mean blooming bouquets full roses and other sweet blooms, but that doesn’t mean you can’t wear a floral scent all year round. Instead, look for a perfume with a deeper twist on your favorite flowers.

Offering a refreshing spin on the whole floral shindig, the Viktor & Rolf BONBON ($115-$165) combines orange blossoms with juicy fruits and caramels for a sumptuous scent you won’t be able to refuse.

Still missing the smell of summer? 4D By Daniella Parfums ($48) meshes tropical florals with sweet spices for a more mature yet flirty fall fragrance.

Adore alluring blossoms? The Demeter Orange Blossom ($2.50-$39.50) gives you that classic orange scent you can spritz on all day long.

Got a hot date? Be sure to tempt him with the Arquiste Parfumeur Flor Y Canto Eau De Parfum ($185) on that special night.

If you’re into Spicy Sizzlers…Hands down, spices are the cooler months’ biggest perfume ingredient. And for good reason! They’re sexy, sultry, and just masculine enough to be oh, so hot.

To bring a little sizzling spice to your beauty arsenal, Juliette Has A Gun Anyway Eau De Parfum ($120) turns up the luxury with sweet patchouli and vanilla.

Want an everyday spray? The Cocktail-The Original Cocktail Fragrance ($56) will easily become your next signature scent as it’s sensuous violet and seductive amber note will keep you coming back from more.

Feeling a bit fancier? The Irene Neuwirth + Barneys New York perfume ($195) fuses delicious musks, jasmine, and rose for a lighter scent.

For an intense spice though, try the Molton Brown Orange & Bergamot Home Ambiente ($30) once the season’s begin the change.

However, if you like your scents a bit darker, the woody Diptyque Volutes Eau De Toilette ($88) captures blond, honeyed Egyptian Tobacco with intoxicating spices for that burst of sexy.

If you’re an Earthy Goddess…earthy elements are especially handy for those who crave a perfume that grounds.

If you’re a lover of irresistible musks, the Costume International Scents Cyber Garden Eau De Toilette ($100) offers a medley of green ether, vinyl accord and hybrid moss for a warm, masculine scent.

For a taste of grandeur, the L’Artisan Parfumeur Paris Mure Et Musc Extreme Eau De Parfum  ($145-$165) keeps you glowing and gorgeous with deep blackberry and musky notes.

On a budget? Try the exotic Avon Instinct For Her Eau De Parfum Spray ($25) for a splash of sandalwood and camellia.

Crave a perfume that uplifts? Spritz  L’Occitane Frisson Verbena Eau De Toilette ($55) which mixes and matches verbena and cucumber with lemon and bergamot.

If you like your perfume to feel Fresh and Clean…uplift your mood with a light and refreshing scent that’s reminiscent of beauty days and cool breezes.

Great for traveling, the Dolce and Gabbana Light Blue Travel Spray ($25) makes a great pick-me-up, as its blend of bamboo, bluebell and amber leaves you feeling revitalized and rejuvenated.

Grapefruit stimulates the mind and body, so prepare to be enlightened with the all-over The Body Shop Pink Grapefruit Body Mist ($12) for that added boost of zing.

Like notes of herbs and veggies? The CB I Hate Perfume 303 In The Summer Kitchen Perfume Absolute ($17-$120) brings the kitchen to your scent with savory herbs and vegetables.

For some European flair, the Roads Bitter End Parfum ($155) offers cooling mints and wild grasses.

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