Scents and fragrances are a subtle part of your fashion style. Learn about wearing and choosing scents and fragrances.
Can you pass off that old skirt in the back of your closet as vintage? The answer is....it depends.
Perfume companies choose to market fragrances to one sex or the other. But is there any reason we can't all smell alike?
Have you loved a fragrance at the department store and wondered what on earth made it smell so different once you got home?
There's a difference between smelling sexy and smelling skunky. Know how much cologne you should wear before people start calling you Pepe Le Pew!
Scent can be a powerful way to make a lasting impression, but when it comes to perfume, you don't want to wear so much that it's all people can remember about you. Where do you draw the line with your fragrance?
Iridescent makeup is a popular choice of makeup among women everywhere. Find out what ingredients make iridescent makeup a more natural and effective product.
Thanks to the practice of greenwashing, many buyers are convinced that natural fragrance is must be better than the chemical one. Hah! Don't forget that arsenic, radon, or mercury are natural substances too.
With so many fragrances to choose from, a trip to the perfume counter can be overwhelming for even the most fashion-savvy woman. How come the same fragrance may come as perfume and as eau de toilette?
Some women think ladies' fragrances are a little too fruity and sweet. Is it OK to try out a men's fragrance to avoid that syrupy scent?
Just because a fragrance is marketed to women, doesn't mean it can't be worn by men. You might be surprised how much women's and men's fragrances have in common.
Most men's colognes smell very different from women's perfumes. Why have we come to expect the two genders to smell certain ways?
Spritzing on some perfume every morning certainly makes you smell nice. But can it actually improve your health, too?
Menopausal mood swings are inevitable as women age. But could the answer to curbing them really be as simple as a spritz of perfume?
When it comes to women's body products, scent is probably the overriding factor in whether or not a purchase is made. So it better be good!
Is reducing anxiety as easy as inhaling a soothing scent? And if so, which scents are most likely to calm your nerves?
Many people try to buy only cruelty-free cosmetics. But what about perfumes? How can you be sure those are animal-friendly too?
Although they might seem rare, animal-friendly fragrances are actually just a short drive or a mouse click away.
Some fragrances linger for the entire day, and the others disappear within the hour. What's the deal?
Is there a rule that says you can't wear the same cologne all the time?
Does my perfume go with my dress? This might be a question you'd never ask yourself but maybe you should.
With fashion designers, pop stars and big-time perfume houses all turning out fragrances, it can be hard to know which ones will work with your body chemistry and personal preferences.
Should you change your fragrance like you change your clothes? Or more like you change your coat? There's plenty of ammunition for both sides of the debate.
There's a huge difference between what you spritz on your wrist at Sephora and what you smell when you sniff it hours later. Why? Blame it on your scent's top and bottom notes.
Sexy or romantic? When it comes to clothing, you know right where to draw the line between the two. Perfume, on the other hand, is a little trickier.
Back in the old days, a cold menthol aftershave and some richly scented, woodsy cologne might be the only thing found in the old man's medicine cabinet. Not so anymore.