sdcutie717 answered Friday June 22 2007, 8:44 pm: my favorites are dolce and gabana light blue, which is more flirty and cutesy, and armani code, which is sexier. you can find them both at any department store. oo and the new ralph lauren girl smells really good too. [ sdcutie717's advice column | Ask sdcutie717 A Question ]
LOL_x0x answered Friday June 22 2007, 8:43 pm: curve crush.
curious by brittany spears.
nolie. from pacsun.
the sotre rave has some cute ones too :]
hotpotato answered Friday June 22 2007, 8:41 pm: There was a similar question:
"sorry that this is so random.
but what is a really cute and flirty perfume?
and where can i get it?"
Here is my answer to that one:
In the mall they sell all sorts of perfumes like in Macy's and random counters throughout the mall.
Perfumes, I think, smell different on every person (hormones react to chemicals differently, read more here: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)) so you should try it out before you buy it. It depends on what kind of scent you're looking for.. flowery, citrusy.. Britney Spears's and Sarah Jessica Parker's perfumes are delicious.
LM answered Friday June 22 2007, 8:38 pm: I just answered this question [literally 30 seconds ago] so I'll copy/paste.
Any perfume's nice as long as it's not overpowering. Go to a perfume counter [Macy's and Sephora come to mind] and smell the testers until you find one that you absolutely LOVE. Wear just a spray or two [I do one to my neck, then spray it in the air once and walk through it, since the smell lingers in your hair longer] and leave it at that.
I'm a huge fan of Adidas Moves and Victoria's Secret Heavenly. And also many scents from Bath and Body Works [body splash though]. Hollister has a couple nice ones too, I have to confess.
Everyone has their preferences, so find one that you adore and wear it everyday. A guy will remember you by your scent that way [maybe, if they're smelling your neck a lot]
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