Whether or not you have something romantic going on on February 14, you should always feel (and smell!) beautiful. Amp up your day by spritzing one of these warm and rich perfumes!

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1. Do you love sweet scents? Make sure to apply this on your pulse points!

TRY: Fresh Brown Sugar, P1,425/10ml, Sephora.ph

2. This seductive and spicy perfume can make you feel like a goddess.

TRY: The Body Shop White Musk Smoky Rose, P1,995/50ml, Lazada

3. No need for a bouquet of flowers when you're wearing this bubbly scent!

TRY: Clinique Happy Heart, P2,750/50ml, Rustan's The Beauty Source

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4. The clean and modern scent of this perfume won't overpower your senses.

TRY: Jo Malone Red Roses Cologne, P3,750/30ml, SM Megamall

5. This one will make you feel light and giddy from the inside.

TRY: Anna Sui Romantica Eau De Toilette, P4,350/75ml, Zalora

6. This fragrance can empower you, make you feel sexy, and encourage you to go after what you want.

TRY: Michael Kors Sexy Ruby, P4,430/50ml, The SM Store

7. Who knew that rose mixed with cognac could smell so alluring?

TRY: AERIN Evening Rose, P6,780/50ml, SM Aura

8. The sleek blend of thick vanilla, spices, and woods will put you under a spell. 

TRY: Tom Ford Vanille Fatale, P12,600/50ml, Rustan's Makati

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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