By Chloe Hong
Whether you’re majoring in Arts or Business, selecting a signature scent can be a great way to show people the real you on and off-campus.
Here are some fragrance recommendations based on your CSUF college.
College of the Arts
As a creative, you need a fragrance that will highlight your whimsical sensibilities.
You’re someone who likes thinking outside the box. With notes that invoke heart-pounding adventure, these unique scents will set you apart from the rest.
Try: TokyoMilk Wild Whims Parfum or Imaginary Authors O, Unknown!
College of Business and Economics
As someone who understands money, you can appreciate the value of a good investment.
Splurge on a scent that matches your expensive taste, and revel in the luxury.
Try: Gucci Bloom or Creed Aventus
College of Communications
Successful Communications majors utilize their people skills and intuitive nature to great effect.
You’re someone who understands the power of a good first impression. Purchase a pleasing fragrance to really seal the deal.
Try: Elizabeth Arden Red Door or Tubereuse Mona di Orio
College of Education
Professional yet warm, people majoring in Education should pick a scent that matches their desire to teach.
Fresh fragrances with apple notes work wonders to put students at ease, while the sweetness keeps people alert in the classroom.
Try: Dkny Be Delicious or Demeter Golden Delicious
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Engineering and Computer Science majors like to make things happen.
Pick a smart and practical fragrance that will soothe you while you puzzle over problems.
Try: Yardley English Lavender or Manscaped Refined Cologne
College of Health and Human Development
Health and Human Development majors are concerned with the well-being of others.
As such, they should choose a fresh and clean scent that compliments, but doesn’t distract.
Try: Fresh Fresh Life or L’Artisan Parfumeur Au Bord de L’Eau
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
You’re someone who is interested in the world around you.
Pick a fragrance with notes that are universally beloved, like vanilla. Bonus points if your fragrance has a bit of history.
Try: Chanel No. 5 Parfum or Calvin Klein Eternity
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
You seek to understand what constitutes the world around us.
Pick a fragrance that reflects the natural world, whether it contains notes of wood, patchouli, or vetiver.