The Top 11 Sexiest Perfumes Ever Created
Last updated on : April 27 2022
We polled and discussed and argued and eventually came up with our list of eleven sexiest perfumes ever created. We landed eleven because there was just too much angst pruning the list to ten.
And eleven gives us one more opportunity to be sexy, right.
All About Scent
Perfume is sexy when it causes a stirring of sexual feelings or thoughts and is arousing. This sexiness can be through its physical appearance, the behavior it causes in the people around you, and the way it makes the wearer feel.
Most of this, however, is caused by its scent. Smell is alluring. It's the sense that gives food its taste and drives people mad with seductive desire, hunger, and emotions. Chemical triggers that alert desire and boil the blood.
Smell is also a memory, and memory triggers emotions.
Perfume Is A Potion
When you combine the sense of smell into a perfume, you create "magical" reactions.
All of this is what perfume is and why it continues to evolve. And why perfume chemists seek out more combinations and more exotic ingredients to drive us insane with desire, lust, and obedience.
Perfume is a potion and used wisely, is powerful; it can keep your man attracted and avoid him from pulling away.
Read more: How to smell seductively.
The Top Eleven
So let's dive into the waters of sex, lust, and oblivion and find out what potions turn your experience into a red light of pure delight.
Here are our top 11.
1992: Thierry Mugler "Angel."
The scent of Angel is chocolate, caramel, and red berries. It comes through in layers and is a delight to the senses.
It starts with a delicate touch of innocence, the waft of an angel's wing on your cheek. And then, as you breathe in more of the soothing fragrance, you're overcome with a deeper devilish scent that reaches down to your base desires.
Angel is a legendary perfume. It's a seductive, confusing scent designed to enhance your presence as the night or day progresses. It's an overdose of sweet and sensual tones rich with bergamot, red fruits, vanilla, patchouli, and caramel.
Apply it delicately to have everyone lusting after you. After all, the devil is a fallen angel.
"Eau De Parfum" is a lovely centennial scent created on the cusp of a new era. Its light, white floral scented mixture defined Kors and ushered in a new era in fragrances.
Kors plays with spices in this delicate fragrance. It brings you blue orris, peony, and vetiver mingling in the right proportions. And its floral base with musky, earthy undertones calls you to nature, reminiscent of barefoot frolicking in spring dew grass.
It's a masterpiece of innocence, and a wild seductress drawing you into flowerbeds of desire.
When it comes to the birds and bees, this Avante-Garde duo delivers in punches of raw natural flower power.
If you need a scent to turn your man into a raging bull of pure lust, then this is the scent you want. It's as the name describes, a flower bomb.
The fragrance is over the top, seductive patchouli, sambac jasmine, utopian freesia, centifolia rose, and osmanthus. A concoction considered the work of black magic and witches only a few centuries ago.
I dare you to wear it because men seek out the source of its strange magical scent. And it might just create jealous wives and broken marriages.
When you put this fragrance on, there is no going back. Be warned.
Carnal Flower is a seductive scent for use indoors to add spice and heat to an intimate encounter.
Spray it on gently to trap your man in your devices. Wearing lingerie and holding a glass of wine, the scent infiltrates his nose, confuses his mind, numbs his thoughts. It embraces him in folds of soft silken desire.
You might be cool, the room might be air-conditioned, but your man will be hot with the fragrance of the "carnal flower."
1995: Burberry "Burberry."
Burberry is a beautiful scent, a British classic designed to lull your senses with its prim and proper fresh fragrance.
But underneath the clean veneer lies a wild stallion waiting to break loose. Burberry perfume is a mingling of fear and desire, lust, and power.
Here you will find bright bergamot, green apple, and blackcurrants peaking over middle notes of jasmine, cedarwood, sandalwood, and moss.
It's a story unfolding. And it starts with a simple splash, a slight touch of your finger on your man's wrists, a twinkle in the eye. And him in the palm of your hand.
You are the horse; he is the fox, and Burberry is the trap.
Eros is a young perfume with colossal potential.
It's lemon pomegranate and musk vies for your attention, delivering a mind confusing punch of erotic lust. And it's a deep woody fragrance with jasmine undertones transfixes your man, leaving him begging for your release.
It's a love potion that combines with your natural body scent to enhance your primal feminine tones. It conjures up images of swirling, desirable female forms all just out of reach, untouchable.
And the Versace bottle is as seductive and formidable as the content. It targets a woman's eyes and releases a fragrance aimed entirely at your man's nose and mind.
1990: Lancôme "Trésor."
With nearly 30 years of dominance, Trésor is a market phenomenon still in demand today.
It's a light rose and apricot blend. Reminiscent of a brief sensual encounter, and as such tickles the palate with dreams of bigger things to come.
Trésor is all about taking your time. It's not a primal smell, but it's a romantic, loving potion. It takes time for your man to build up a dependence on it. But soon, this olfactory incense will dominate him.
Once you set the triggers in place, a hint of Trésor and your partner is putty in your hands. With love, lust, or romance in your grasp.
Trésor uses soft touches of rose, mugent, and lilac. And adds a sprinkle of peach and apricot blossom to create a unique light springtime scent.
It's a winning scent that will remain a classic for many years to come.
1999: Dior "J'adore."
If you think lust is visual, then you haven't met J'adore.
The fragrance is potent and borders on the illegal. A hint breaks up marriages, destroys relationships, and builds a harem of dedicated slaves following your every movement.
It combines the exotic, floral-fruity tones of ylang-ylang, Damascus Rose, jasmine grandiflorum, and Indian jasmine sambac. A decadent mix with tinges of mystery. Now you understand why hypnotists use it to subdue their subjects.
As François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator, stated, "J'adore invents a flower that doesn't exist, an ideal."
If you've watched the movie "Perfume (2006)", then you realize J'adore is that scent. Wear it with caution, and wear it with purpose.
2008: Chloé "Eau de Parfum."
Chloé "Eau de Parfum is a delicate scent. It's slightly powdery with rose and magnolia flower providing a confident and individual fragrance for the Chloé woman.
The floral combination adds peony, lychee, and springtime freesia for a precise yet strong statement. When wearing it, you are standing out from the usual seductive tones and stating your clean, airy, and carefree approach to life.
It's a "college student" smile, a young fiancée adorned in a flowing white dress under a summer sky, a clear deep blue sea lapping at warm sandy shores.
It's the age of innocence laced with desire and tinted with fear of discovery and exploration.
2011: Prada "Candy."
Candy is a man hook, catching the nose like a hook to a fish.
It's a modern symphony. It starts with one note, a single chord of musk. Then it grows, just like Ravel's Bolero releasing white cotton, vanilla, and orange blossoms.
As the tones emerge, your man's blood slowly boils. His heart rate increases, and his desires lead him straight to utopia.
Candy is not for kids.
Stella Eau de Toilette is a British triumph. It was created by a fantastic British designer with years of experience in natural, eco-friendly products.
It delves into the world of lust, desire, and pure sexual satisfaction.
It's dewy notes of fresh mandarin and frozen lemon balanced with tones of freesia, Bulgarian rose, and violet leaves. Add peony petals for a soft, crunchy, delicate, rough, watery, earthy combination full of contradictions that work so well together.
It's about life and contradiction. When you wear "Stella Eau de Toilette," you are here, filled with real life, real feelings, and natural desires. And you are noticed.
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