Girls: which of these colognes do you like most on a guy?

<p>I know there are several of these "cologne" questions in this section already, but I've narrowed their answers down to these most popular answers (in no specific order):</p>

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<li>Armani Code</li>
<li>Polo Black (or Blue)</li>
<li>Lacoste</li>
<li>Acqua di Gio by Armani</li>
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<p>Oh, and sort of a side question: why the heck is cologne so expensive, and where can I find one from the list above at a good price?</p>

<p>I'm not a girl, but I'm more partial to Polo Double Black than Polo Black or Blue. Polo Romance hybrids are pretty good too.</p>

<p>As for the ones you listed, Acqua di Gio is my favorite.</p>

<p>Im not a girl, but for your side question: Because of supply and demand</p>

<p>I'm a girl, and I personally prefer guys to NOT have cologne. I like it when they smell fresh like they just took a shower. Then again, that's me.</p>

<p>That being said, I hate walking past A&F and having to 'smell the store.'</p>

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I like it when they smell fresh like they just took a shower.

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<p>Ugh, that scent usually wears out after 5 minutes or so. I prefer cologne.</p>

<p>And personally, I'm a big fan of Armani.</p>

<p>It's not really supply and demand. Brand name colognes are expensive because you're paying a premium for the brand name. Kinda like Grey Goose vodka and Gucci sunglasses.</p>

<p>I am not a girl, but I would say choose more unique colognes. If the girl you are with has been with a guy who used the cologne you are wearing, it might just remind her too much of him and not as much about you.</p>

<p>^All colognes are pretty much the same price per ounce unless you get into the really exotic ones.</p>

<p>^have you ever actually gone cologne shopping before?</p>

<p>...and when it comes to familiar smells, it goes both ways. A girl could smell you and be reminded of pleasant things and really like your cologne.</p>

<p>I like old spice, it smells okay but more importantly the commercials are awesome and I assume a guy using old spice has an awesome sense of humor that he'd go out and buy something a funny commercial told him to.</p>

<p>I love cologne. I don't know what my favorite is but anything is preferable to none as long as you know not to bathe in it and you're not wearing axe for christ's sake. lol.</p>

<p>I hate colognes, since most guys overuse them. (I'm a girl)</p>

<p>A shower body wash works just fine.</p>

<p>^But it smells cheap. Cologne when applied correctly = :).</p>

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It's not really supply and demand. Brand name colognes are expensive because you're paying a premium for the brand name. Kinda like Grey Goose vodka and Gucci sunglasses.

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<p>The brand name makes you want it more, thus greater demand.</p>

<p>@Emaheevul07 wts wrong with axe???</p>

<p>^ We're not 16 anymore. Same with A&F cologne (or worse, American Eagle cologne). You don't want to smell like a 15 year old boy.</p>

<p>lol axe...</p>

<p>Shazami: I'm just pointing out that supply isn't that big of a factor when it comes to the pricing of colognes. The market for colognes is closer to that of the market for sunglasses than the market for say bananas, which is much more heavily influenced by supply and demand.</p>

<p>Also Old Spice isn't directed towards men but to women to buy it for their man. Nice attention to detail.</p>

<p>Express : Honor</p>

<p>The most compliments I have got were from Old Spice deodorant --- which quite frankly, I was surprised girls recognized because I couldn't even smell it on myself.</p>

<p>Otherwise - the point of wearing cologne is to have some unique scent --- not just wear Aqua de Gio (THE most common and overused cologne ever, period).</p>

<p>if you do that you'll just remind a girl of her ex-boyfriend. Hooray.</p>

<p>^women have a stronger sense of smell</p>