Only kidding, I just want to smell good for myself. What are some gold cheap colognes I can find at Walmart? All I have is some shit
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In Blue or In Red by estelle. Girls love it and it's pretty cheap. http://www.amazon.com/Estelle-Ewen-Toilette-Spray-Ounce/dp/B005FCC74U
You usually only need one spray. It's one of those colognes that after a while you can't smell, but other people can, so be careful not to use more than two sprays max.
I wear Mont Blanc Legend. My ex really liked it on me, and I think it smells pretty nice too, not all alcoholic like most colognes. It's more "mature sophisticated man" and less "douchey club bro" IMO.
It's not cheap or available at Walmart, but most department and mall stores that sell cologne have it, and sometimes you can get a good deal at discounters like Nordstrom Rack.
The only women you get wet off of cheap cologne are women who also only shop for colognes at Wal-Mart. Cologne is one of those things you either make yourself do it yourself style at home with ingredients OR you should actually get a decent one from a department store. That's the level most women are at.
I wear pic related. Good or bad?
It depends on how cheap you want, ffameg.
Amazon has Chris Adams and Creation Lamis (might be a UK company though) which sell good knock-offs.
CK One is nice for the spring.
Versace Eros is fantastic for the clubs.
Thierry Mugler Pure Malt is fantastic for the cold.
Paco Robanne 1 Million seems to be well liked all around
Paco Robanne Invictus is the same t b h
Al Rehab - Silver is meant to be fantastic but that's online
Midnight in Paris is nice for cold nights and cold, gloomy mornings
Generally, Amazon will give you better deals.
I love Eros for the lemony smell combined with the bay leaves (iirc) but it depends on what smells you like as an individual since I love cinnamon (Spicebomb is another) and cocoa but if you love citrus and aquatic smells then you'll be after different stuff.
Fahrenheit by Christian Dior is also nice.
That's the older one, I think. This one is more designed as a stronger/night cologne.
I'm just new to the whole cologne thing, and wanted to get one that would have an effect. But I have no clue which is the best one.
When I saw >>16769809 I checked out the link -- that cologne is like $15, whereas mine was like $85. On one hand, I feel like I just wasted $70, but on the other, maybe the more expensive cologne is better...
This shit right here.
Distinct, masculine scent that won't remind other people of a high school boys' locker room. And not every other asshole on the sidewalk is wearing it. I've been wearing this shit for years and have smelt it exactly once in a public space on another guy, unlike say CK One.
You'll have to decide if $100 is cheap. It isn't if you don't want smell like a teenage douchebag.
Stick with a deodorant that will stop you from stinking and keep your clothes clean. If you get into a relationship and she likes cologne then you can talk about it.
People for the most part are turned off by chemical smells.
As a fragrance enthusiast
>What are some gold cheap colognes I can find at Walmart?
None. It's already hard enough to find something good in the US (due to shit cultural prejudice see >>16769436 ). Even in France I guarantee it's impossible to find anything even worth looking at in a supermarket.
Cheap cologne has a cheap smell.
If you want good cologne, imo Eau d'Orange Verte by Hermès is best.
If you're in the market for Eau de Toilette too and not only Eau de Cologne you have many more options.
>Paco Robanne 1 Million seems to be well liked all around
>Paco Robanne Invictus is the same t b h
Anything by Paco Rabanne is objectively trash, it caters to plebeian shit taste and only the most uncultured swines would consider it even passable. Oh and they're also incidentally best sellers so you're guaranteed anyone you meet will remember it from at least 3 different people unless they are entirely unable to tell fragrances apart in which case who cares what you wear really.
>Fahrenheit by Christian Dior is also nice.
Classic, I really like it. For some reason people gift me all the flankers and never manage to find their way to the real deal. At least Fahrenheit 32 is usable but Aqua Fahrenheit makes me feel dizzy after an hour.
>Stick with a deodorant that will stop you from stinking and keep your clothes clean.
Obvious advice but no excuse for "forgetting" shower, antiperspirant and basic skin care so your face doesn't look like you're recovering from smallpox
> If you get into a relationship and she likes cologne then you can talk about it.
I don't wear a fragrance for girls, I wear it because it's fun and I like it. Pretty impressive too when you can tell a girl what she's wearing from her wake; unfortunately I'm not quite there yet I'd have to train my nose harder, and force myself to learn popular signatures I dislike (why do so many girls fall for the cotton candy smell meme...).
I wouldnt buy a cheap cologne. Id justwear a masculine smelling after shave gel/rub like Dove for men.
If you really want to know a jew secret tho. Go to a few big department stores and ask for cologne samples. You can have as many as you want. I never buy cologne anymore i just get samples.
Best ones imo are:
John Varvatos Original
London for Men by Burberry
The One by Dolce and Gabbana.
Cant go wrong with those three. Ive got compliments from girls AND dudes wearing varvatos. Its a very masculine, professional and classic smell. Typw of shit youd wear tp any important event or if you take a bitch to the movies and she gets close to you.
Drakkar Noir is pretty good, have had positive response from it.
>Got a bit of money?
Try Spice Bomb. The name sounds kinda faggy, but women fucking love it.
Try to steer clear of pretentious advice, OP.
I torrented some book on fragrances a while ago that was apparently written by some big names in the fragrance remember the name. I'll post it if I remember.
Anyway, I guess I'll recommend some stuff.
>Yves Saint Laurent L'homme, La nuit de l'homme, kouros , and body Kouros
>thierry mugler a*men pure coffee (apparently pure malt is better, but I haven't smelled it)
> Viktor & Rolf spicebomb
Also, go to a store, and actually get samples. It doesn't matter if some guy on the internet thinks your favorite fragrance is shit. It also is not good to spend $500 on some niche fragrance that smells bad just because it has good reviews. What matters is that you like it.
I should also mention that most of these fragrances are in the $50 range, except the first 2, which sell for around $20. You can find most fragrances online for cheaper, and for even less if you buy testers ( they're the same, except it comes in a less fancy box, and might not have a cap).
I can vouch for Halston Z-14.
I think that colognes should match your style though. Like if you're the kind of guy who wears bright, loud colors, I wouldn't wear Halston Z-14. I also wouldn't wear it with a suit or anything too sophisticated. It's got more of a standard streetwear feel to it.
>these faggots wear cologne instead of eating right and working out so you naturally smell good
This is true, but a tiny spray of cologne on your clothing or neck is never bad. Your natural smell just adds to it.
I've also found that not fapping ever makes your natural body odor smell way better. My girlfriend loves the smell of me after I work out, or wear the same shirt a few days in a row. She doesn't react the same when I'm wearing cologne, she just says I smell nice.
But when my pits are giving off that masculine scent, it's like she can sense that I'm hungry for sex.
Molecule, anyone? Absolutely love this, all the other collognes I had I started to hate after few months, but this keeps giving. Sometimes I put it on even when I'm just at home, feels good.