What Your Favorite Candle Scent Says About Your Personality

Rose lovers, you’re the most romantic…

Most of us can agree that there’s nothing cozier than a lit candle on a stylish coffee table. But what most of us can’t agree on is which scent is the cherry on top. Is it lemon or lavender? Cedar or apple? Believe it or not, your favorite candle scent can say a lot about your personality.



Anyone who’s ever dated you can attest to this one: You’re a romantic to the core. That’s why you fill your home with the scent everyone associates with the most poetic flower of all time.


You’re someone who really appreciates a clean space, which is why your go-to scent is lemon. After all, lemon has the ability to cut through just about any smell and deodorize a room in minutes. That’s why you burn this citrus scent to make your home smell fresh at all times.


To you, there’s nothing more invigorating than breathing in fresh air while hiking your favorite trail. That’s why you’re always seeking your next adventure. But this scent will have to do during the chillier months when it’s not as comfortable hiking and biking outside.


It’s hard to go wrong with arguably the most popular scent of all time, which is your stance on just about everything. Hence why you’re a traditionalist who veers more classic than trendy.


If we had to bet, we’d say you’re a people pleaser. Why? Well, this scent is on the muskier side and is commonly viewed as a gender-neutral smell – meaning you and your hubby will be happy with it.


Food is always on your mind. That’s why you burn apple candles. Not only do they remind you of your passion, but the scent isn’t over-powering so all the delicious smells coming from your kitchen can take center stage.


Chances are you’re someone who really knows how to unwind and relax. That’s why lighting up this floral scent, which happens to be an aromatherapy wonder for its calming effects, is the first thing you do when you get home from work.


‘Tis the season, after all. But in a few months you’ll have a new answer, probably along the lines of peppermint or gingerbread. In other words, you get bored easily and like to switch things up on the regular.

Via GoodHousekeeping