Despite what perfume manufacturers would have you believe, there is no perfume that is guaranteed to make a guy melt. An awful lot of that depends on individual preferences, so you might want to experiment. For example, my guy LOVES Estee Lauder's "Pleasures", but there is another type I own (can't remember the name) that I cannot wear around him because it actually gives him a headache - a great way to turn him off!
So there is no magic potion that's going to get the guy for you, so just experiment and see what happens...
Perfume gives my guy headaches and a bloody nose, so I have special unscented shampoo and soap that I use if I know I'm going to be seeing him. I'll even wash my sheets and blankets in unscented laundry soap if he's going to be spending the night. I'm a sweetheart like that.
So I'd say if you're trying to impress a guy with your scent, make absolutely certain he isn't allergic to perfumes first. Wearing a ton of perfume is a great date-killer if it's going to make him have a migraine.
In my experience, the smell of cookies is a lot more likely to make boys like you than any perfume. Actually, come to think of it, it's also likely to make girls, curious animals and small children like you too. So vanilla extract wins out over Calvin Klein and the like.
------------------ Why can't you have your cake and eat it too? Why believe in things that make it tough on you? Why scream and cry when you know it's through? Why fall in love when there's better things to do?
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