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Old March 13th, 2007, 08:25 AM
LisaK LisaK is offline
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Since every fragrance smells different on everybody because of body chemisty its really a matter of trial and error.
I prefer clean crisp scents, nothing to overpowering.
DH smells wonderful in a classic fragrance Aramis by Estee Lauder. He also smells yummy wearing Sebastain by Paul Sebastain
For a man i think that after shave or after shave balm is all that is needed.
Your fragrance shouldn't enter the room before you do, fragrance should be experienced up close and personal.
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