We present you with our list of must-have perfumes.These perfumes are distinct, seductive and they will surely charm your sense of smell.
A few of the listed perfumes were first launched more than a decade ago, but their allure still continues to confound users. If not all, you must try at least one of these all time favourites.
1. Jean Paul Gautier LE MALE
First launched in 1995, Le Male has since been the centre of a lot of publicity and commentary. Men (and women) can’t seem to get enough of this intoxicating and liberal scent. The ingredients list is long and complex: mint, bergamot, lavender, orange blossom, cinnamon, vanilla, and sandalwood. All these blend seamlessly to give a masculine and seductive aroma.
2. Davidoff Cool Water
Most men are using or at one point in their lives have used Davidoff Cool Water. Launched in 1998, this is one perfume that has captivated the minds of the people. It was one of the first to experiment with an aquatic scent, and this risk has paid off wonderfully over the years. The ingredients list includes lavender, coriander, peppermint, geranium, jasmine, sandalwood, amber, musk, sandalwood and cedar. This is one perfume that is composed of unusual ingredients and thus has a distinct scent.
3. Gucci Guilty Intense
This one has been launched as recently as 2011. It has been received with mixed reviews, but in our books this is one scent that you ought to have. It is seductive in one of the most unusual ways and does not fail to captivate the olfactory system. With an ingredient list that includes mandarin, pink pepper, lilac, violet, heliotrope, amber, and patchouli, Gucci Guilty Intense has a very floral yet provocative appeal.
4. Hermes Terre d’Hermes
This perfume is for the man who travels the world, wants the best for himself and aims for the stars. Launched in 2006, this perfume has an eclectic mix of ingredients that includes orange, lemon, pepper, pelargonium, patchouli, vetiver, and benzoin. The perfume is earthy and transparent. The fragrance is not too deep and neither it is too ethereal; it manages to walk the tightrope between the two with elan.
5. Cartier Declaration
Love and Passion, these two words aptly describe Cartier Declaration. Launched in 1998, this perfume has a woody floral fragrance. The tangy notes of bergamot and bitter orange are well balanced by the earthy smells of rosewood, coriander, oakmoss, and patchouli. If you are in love, you should wear Cartier Declaration. The above listed perfumes are distinct in personality and fragrance. Buy one that you think suits your personality and disposition the best.