Not very attractive, particularly in public, but we've all been there.
The term "scrubber" is used among perfume-lovers to refer to a perfume so repellent you'd rather scrub it off than let it fade away.
But is there a term for a perfume so amazing you can't stop sniffing it, like a pig looking for truffles, only, the truffles are on your skin? To my knowledge, no. So I'd like to propose
Huffer (n.): A term used to describe a perfume so appealing that merely sniffing it is insufficient. One must inhale it as if it were an intoxicant. (Antonym: Scrubber)
Here's a random list of both vintage and contemporary perfume I would huff in a heartbeat. Perhaps I am a positive person at heart, because I really couldn't think of too many perfumes I consider scrubbers, which doesn't mean I haven't experienced them...
Vintage: Diorella, Miss Balmain, Baghari, Calvin Klein by Calvin Klein, Empreinte, My Sin, Shalimar, Vent Vert, Fille d'Eve, Aliage, Aramis, Rumeur, Le Feu d'Issey, Theorema, Sikkim, Bandit, Calyx
Contemporary: Musc Ravageur, Gucci Rush, Carnal Flower, Muscs Koublai Khan, Chergui, Byredo's M/Mink, and Pulp by Byredo (I know I'm going to get skewered for this one), Mona di Orio's Carnation and Jabu
Boucheron, Rumba, Je Reviens, Amarige, Animale, Drugstore Tabu, Flower by Kenzo
What are the Huffers and Scrubbers on your list?