The best perfume for a first date

perfume first date

If you are going to have a first date, you will ask yourself many questions. The clothes, the footwear, what accessories the person who is starting to like you would like, etc.

It is normal to take care of your personal look when planning a first date. Among the beauty tips or accessories to use, perfume has a priority place. Surely you think of a captivating fragrance, that makes a shocking impression. But there are more factors to consider.

Comfort and confidence

On a first date, it's about making a good impression. But above all, you have to be comfortable, relaxed and confident. It is better to be seen as confident and relaxed rather than fashionable or overly interested.

The perfume you use should be one that you feel comfortable with. That it gives you security and control. Not necessarily with a very aggressive aroma. You do not have to be analyzing whether you will like the perfume or not, because that is always a subjective question. In principle, it is about being comfortable with it.

Be yourself

  • If you don't like certain current trends, dispense with them. If you usually wear a perfume daily, why give it up on the day of your appointment? It is part of your personality, and it will also be the one that accompanies you if the relationship continues. Be yourself from the beginning, that is the best choice.
  • Think simple. Simple, fitting clothes always win. You can go on the first date with jeans that fit very well, and with a simple shirt. If you are comfortable and confident with it, that is the impression you will convey.
  • The quality. It's not about brands, not on perfume or clothes. But watch the quality of both. That factor does make a difference and may be what determines the success or failure of the appointment.
  • An interesting scent of perfume adds appeal, mystery and promotes imagination. It is about leaving as positive a mark as possible in the memory of the other person.


Through perfume you can seduce. Do not forget that each perfume smells differently on each person.

Image sources: Fressia Perfumes / Pinterest

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