Perfumes & Colognes: Like Love Songs in a Bottle

Published by Eric Lundeen on

Love songs are powerful music. Sometimes they make us happy. Sometimes they invoke sadness. Sometimes they allow us to feel loved. However they are played, and whatever the lyrics are, love songs bring out EMOTION.

Arguably, some of the best all-time love songs are: “Endless Love” by Lionel Richie with Diana Ross (1981), “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley (1969), “I Love You, Always Forever” by Donna Lewis (1996), Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” (1992), “I’ll Make Love to You” by Boyz II Men (1994), “Keep on Loving You” by REO Speedwagon (1980), and Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” (2014).

Perfumes & Colognes: Like Love Songs in a Bottle
Perfumes & Colognes: Like Love Songs in a Bottle Perfumes for women, perfumes for men

Perfumes and colognes, too, are intended to bring out one’s EMOTION. For most people, those such fragrances help oneself feel confident, inspired, fresh, attractive, and motivated. Some may have a remembrance of a specific time, event, or occasion. Yet for others, a captured scent may help recall another person.

Maybe you didn’t give the gift of perfume/cologne at Christmas, she/he already has something requested for her/his next birthday, and your anniversary is later in the year.

What better time to create an EMOTION and say I love you than on Valentine’s Day with a new fragrance?

Purchasing a perfume for her means finding a scent that’s who she is. When you notice it, it brings upon an EMOTION…not only for her but also for you. It explains her personality and character. Is she elegant or simple, reserved or energetic, classy or sassy, soft-spoken or bold, a princess or a tomboy?

women holding balloons
young happy woman with balloons at sunset in summer

May I suggest these women’s perfumes:

  • Light Blue Eau Intense by Dolce&Gabanna for the trendy and feminine woman.
  • Carolina Herrera Good Girl for the professional and modern woman.
  • La Brise by Gerard Monet for the motherly instinctive and calculated woman.

If you’re purchasing a cologne, what EMOTION do you associate with him? Is he rugged or sophisticated, youthful or mature, a t-shirt and jeans or business suit?

Men holding balloons
Happy man with bunch of balloons walks in wheat field

May I suggest these men’s colognes:

Ever smell a fragrance that reminds you of your ex? Don’t get that one. The scent is probably good, but the EMOTION is most likely unfavorable. On the other hand, do you remember the scent of your mom? Of course, you do. Don’t get that one either, but that should have good EMOTIONS and memories.

So stop into the nearest Perfumes 4U location and let us help find that good EMOTION. Then, go be romantic…light some candles, spread some rose petals, give the gift of fragrance, and play your favorite love song! Set the mood, and you’ll be rewarded with time from your Valentine!


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