Friday, October 30, 2015
Find A Signature Fragrance Using Your Zodiac Sign
I know what you are thinking. How can you use your zodiac sign to find your signature fragrance? A few weeks ago, I found an an article on the Influenster Blog that claims that your zodiac sign plays a role in the kind of fragrances you attracted to. I didn't take the article's claim serious until I scrolled down and saw my Fragrance Horoscope. I was shocked to see the exact perfume I was planning to put at the top of my Christmas list.
A few months ago, I had met a girl who smelled absolutely enchanting. The fragrance that she was wearing seemed to call to me. When I asked her about the perfume she was wearing, she told me it was Chanel Coco Mademoiselle. Right there and then, I made a mental note to myself to get my hands on a bottle. And, as fate would have it, I completely forgot about the perfume, until I saw this article. Right underneath my zodiac sign of Cancer was a bottle of Chanel Coco Mademoiselle. I took it as a sign that this perfume may be my signature scent. The perfume is a bit pricey. But I have been a good girl this year and hope that Santa will a bottle under the tree for me this year.
Want to know what your Fragrance Horoscope says? Click here to find out.
CANCER (June 22 - July 22)
Traits: emotional, imaginative, cautious, protective, moody, clingy, touchy, complicated, complex, homebody at heart, traditional, creative and artistic
Fragrance notes: bergamot, orange, jasmine, rose, patchouli, vetiver, white musks, vanilla.
Fragrance Horoscope: The Cancer woman has a creative, artistic soul -- so it’s no surprise that she’d be drawn to Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, a fragrance inspired by the spirit of a young Coco Chanel, the iconic fashion designer who brought Parisian glamour to the masses. Cancers are the dreamers of the zodiac (bright notes of orange, jasmine, and vetiver pique their interest), but remain most comfortable at home (exciting bergamot and patchouli helps them imagine worlds beyond their comfort zone). They are homebodies at heart and can be moody and complicated -- but what great artist isn’t, after all?