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Beauty and style professionals share the scents that create a good mood



Fragrance has the power to bring us back to happy, calming and exciting moments. Here, three Tastemakers share their memory-aroma connections. (See also: How to Overlay Perfume to Create a Unique Fragrance)

Cozy Good Nights

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"I have one special childhood memory of my parents coming home after a long night kisses me on my forehead The smell of it – laughter, dancing, a hint of musk, alcohol and tobacco – gives me so much comfort and the feeling of pure happiness. " ̵

1; Josie Maran, Founder of Josie Maran Cosmetics

Related: 11 floral scents that lift your spirits)

To get that sentiment, spritz:

  • Maison Margiela Replica Jazz Club ($ 126
  • Carolina Herrera Good Girl Légère Eau de Parfum ($ 117, ulta.com)
  • PF Candle Co. Fine Fragrance # 4: Teakwood & Tobacco ($ 48) pfcandleco.com)

Faraway Lands

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Photo: Jonathon Kambouris [19659013] "Japan is a special place for me, and I have so many fond memories of it: even in big cities like Tokyo, they practice a concept called natural architecture that connects the natural and human environment, creating that beautiful, woody smell but it is also metallic and full of people. A fragrance that I often wear, Le Labo Gaiac 10, captures this mixture and keeps transporting me back when I get a breath. It's only sold in Tokyo, so I'll buy it there whenever I visit. – Victoria Tsai, Founder of Tatcha

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Get that mood spritz:

Park Days

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Photo: Jonathon Kambouris

"One of my favorite things about my home is that it's near Richmond Park in Greater London. The park is a stunning conservation area with plenty of history and full of mouth-odors fresh air, though so close to the bustling city. It was my perfect place to escape. – Carly Cushnie, CEO and Creative Director of Cushnie

To get this sentiment, splash:


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