The air is full of smells, everywhere you go. There is practically nowhere you can be that is completely devoid of any perceptible smell, even though you don’t always pick up on it. Animals have highly developed olfactory systems that read all kinds of information from simply sniffing the air or an object (we won’t get too graphic here, though.) Humans lack the same acute perception belonging to animals, however, this doesn’t mean that humans haven’t always enjoyed smelling sweet. Scents are highly personal, and what appeals to one person may be practically intolerable to another. Fortunately, the 2015 perfume lineup offered many versions of sexy for perfume consumers.
The Smell Factor
Men have always been visually motivated in assessing the attractiveness of women, but there’s a powerful quality of enticement within a sexy scent that deserves mention, too. Existing beyond words, what you smell like conveys wordless information that a man will interpret on a primitive level, and the right, sexy perfume that complements your chemistry will say it all. The following scents are what added the most to the women of 2015:
- Hypnotic Poison: This pricey vanilla-essenced fragrance from Christian Dior is actually one of three different versions sold by the company under the same name. Other tones within this blend are lower ranged amber, almond and woody, with higher pitched jasmine.
- Eros Pour Femme: Versace released this intriguing blend of lemon pomegranate and musk just last spring, at just under $100 a bottle. Sexy, flirty and fun.
- Euphoria Forbidden: This particular Calvin Klein fragrance is richly full of jasmine, peach blossoms, tiger orchids, raspberry and tangerine, making it an ideal form of sensuality for particularly younger women. It is exotically sweet and lands more on the fruity sweet side, rather than as a floral.
- Gucci Premiere: Gucci is known for its slant toward some of the most enticing forms of sexy fragrances for both men and women alike. This blend of orange blossom, bergamot, white flowers and musk creates a sensually warm aroma that is derived from a quiet, soft allure. You’ll find notes of citrus, floral and woodsy tones here.
- Black Opium: With a retro return of the legendary 1977 fragrance by the name of Opium, this redux pays the same homage to the original Oriental ambiance. With a distinctive subtlety of pink pepper merged exotically with java, alluring and provocative. By YSL, and moderately priced.
- Stella Eau de Toilette: Guess who created this one? Yep, the one and only Brit designer Stella McCartney brings yet another dimension of uncommon rose appeal that she first gave the world in 2002, but this time, with a softer, dewy appeal that both tempts and beckons.
- Curve Crush: In a powdery, sweet and warm category, this addition to the Liz Claiborne line of Curve fragrances makes a bit hit in the allure power, being found with a most elegant form of sexy. Think vanilla undertones, amid light notes of sweet flowers and musk. Classic and timeless.
- Guess Marciano by Guess: This one is a highly complex blend that changes the game on a different level of classic sophistication. With an impressive note list that includes orange liqueur, starfruit, Grapefruit, Dulce de Leche, Cardamom seed, Peony, Jasmine and honeysuckle among rich undertones with woody notes.