Video: ❶ Men's Fragrances For Women
Not only clothing, accessories and footwear migrated from the men's wardrobe to the women's. Now the men's perfumes have also attracted the fancy of extravagant women of fashion, who have not found a suitable fragrance for themselves in perfume lines for women. Location: Location: Indeed, some of the male fragrances fit perfectly on girls. At the same time, manufacturers do not emphasize their versatility, not giving the perfume a chance to fall into the “unisex” category. The fact is that when composing a fragrance composition for a strong half of humanity, perfumers use such notes that make a man, and with him his scent, attractive primarily for girls.
What can a woman like in a men's perfume? Most often these are notes of freshness, spice or fruit. At the same time, ingredients such as bergamot, leather and wood sound solid and sophisticated in both women's and men's perfume. In addition, previously considered exclusively ladies' aromas of flowers, berries and vanilla have also imperceptibly dissolved in men's perfumery. All this is perfectly captured by the sensitive nose of a woman.
Girls do not neglect the quality perfumes of their boyfriends. And rightly so. According to the marketers of Bleu de Chanel, an exclusively masculine fragrance that went on sale last year, despite its brutality, it is also in demand among women. Another well-known men's woody bestseller, Vetiver Guerlain, bears the same consideration.
And among the stars you can find many lovers of "try on" men's perfume. Naomi Campbell, Uma Thurman, Angelina Jolie do not hesitate to admit this in interviews and comments. This list can also include the beautiful Keira Knightley, who, after filming an advertisement for Coco Mademoiselle, told reporters: “This is the first and only female fragrance that I can use. I used to choose only men's perfumes. Most likely, partly because I want to feel some kind of special power … ".
Finally, some eminent perfumers claim that gender division of fragrances is a commonplace marketing ploy, and you can use absolutely any perfume that pleases you. Perhaps you should heed their advice.