FRA­GRANCE

Is your flirt power per­ma­nently set to full blast or do you pre­fer a more sub­tle se­duc­tion? There’s a fra­grance for that.

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The scents of sum­mer.

re­gard­less of your se­duc­tion mis­sion, know that fra­grances are never one-size-fits-all. “Per­fume doesn’t scent a woman—it’s the other way around,” says Syl­vaine Dela­courte, di­rec­tor of fra­grance eval­u­a­tion and de­vel­op­ment at Guer­lain. When shop­ping for a new scent, skip the paper blot­ters and test the juice di­rectly on your skin. “Nat­u­ral raw ma­te­ri­als will re­act to dif­fer­ent el­e­ments such as heat, diet, pH level and skin tex­ture, caus­ing their qual­i­ties to trans­form and evolve,” she adds. Feel­ing frisky? Once you find a scent that suits you, Dela­courte rec­om­mends dab­bing per­fume on “the hol­low of the dé­col­leté.” We can’t be held ac­count­able for what hap­pens next.

1. Her­mès Eau de Man­darine Am­brée Eau de Cologne Spray ($190 for 200 mL). 2. Gucci Guilty Stud Limited-Edi­tion Pour Femme Eau de Toi­lette Spray ($94 for 50 mL). 3. Agent Provo­ca­teur Fa­tale Eau de Par­fum Spray ($99 for 100 mL). 4. Guer­lain Aqua Al­le­go­ria L

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