- Nov 17, 2010
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Those are the only two colognes I have. Which one smells more professional and would be more appropriate?
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even as a cologne interested person, IMO this one's like humour... you have more downside than upside. Don't wear anything and therefore don't worry about anything.
My recommendation is no scent at all.
I agree with everyone who has advised you not to wear any fragrance. The potential downside is huge (for example, if it gives the interviewer a headache, or worse) and the potential upside is practically nothing. Best to just play it safe.
Yea I never wear cologne to an interview either. Just make yourself look presentable. (shower, shave, fix your hair)
+1. Is anyone ever impressed? Clean >> cologne