HELP! MY PHEROMONES AREN'T WORKING: MY TOP 5 COLOGNES

Part 2 of my fragrance list. Apologies for the late post but apparently I have trouble differentiating Tuesday from Sunday.
  1. In relation to last week, feel free to suggest your own favorites!
  2. 1. Neroli Sauvage (Creed)
    Steep price range but if you're willing to shell out $350+ for a fragrance, it's well worth the buy. Citrus scent provides a unisex appeal and the scent lasts the longest than any other fragrance I've ever encountered.
  3. 2. L'Homme Gingembre (YSL)
    A bit spicier than the original L'Homme counterpart, but both are equally my faves.
  4. 3. Legend (Mont Blanc)
    This one is fresh and crisp upon initial spray, but blends to a more masculine scent when combined into the body's natural oils. It actually evoked the same reaction as when I smelled Fierce by Abercrombie as a teenager the first time, which is more embarrassing than I care to admit.
  5. 4. John Varvatos
    I can't really choose one specifically, but each differing scent has a pleasant smell. A couple of them have similar notes to a scent like Bleu de Chanel.
  6. 5. Essential (Lacoste)
    Not overpowering like most masculine colognes out there. A very fresh-out-of-a-shower scent.
  7. Just please: if you are a grown man, do not wear Acqua Di Gio 🙅🏼
    I'm probably going to get a lot of shit for this
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  9. English Laundry Arrogant
    Suggested by   @tamre
  10. Cartier Pasha Noire Edition
    Suggested by   @tamre
  11. Jean Paul Gautlier "Le Male"
    Suggested by   @tamre