The consumption of perfumes for men and cosmetics all over the world has grown in 2019 for the fourth consecutive year to reach seven billion euros.
It is, in fact, an area in which consumers least spare us and in which we opt for high-end products, especially when it comes to male perfumes: “90% of men’s fragrance purchases are of quality brands ”, Says STANPA.
Perfumes for men And it all came about when, in 1966, Dior broke molds with Eau Sauvage, the first perfume of a great brand that arrived fresh and youthful – until then they were intense, forceful and increasingly outdated-
Since that time, the catalog of men’s fragrances continues to increase and all fashion and beauty firms have joined providing new scents that have become best-sellers and that are positioned as the best and most desirable perfumes of the moment (now, in addition, they are reduced).
Five Best Perfumes for Men
1. Sauvage, by Christian Dior
Launched in 2015 by perfumer François Demachy, Sauvage remains a resounding success thanks to its bold, wild and irresistible spirit. Under the umbrella of the renowned fashion firm and attached to the image of actor Johnny Depp (his ambassador), this perfume is fresh and spicy and contains exclusive notes of the Maison Dior. Starting with the Calabria pepper and bergamot, it opens the way to geranium, lavender, Sichuan pepper, elemí and pink pepper to close with a base of cedar, labdanum and ambroxan that give off a woody finish.
This new aroma moves away from the previous Dior men’s creations, while its packaging follows the pure and classic lines of the house with a cylindrical bottle of dark blue glass that symbolizes an illuminated night sky.
2. Only Origami, from Loewe
It arrived in 2018 from the hand of the Spanish firm and created a unique expectation. Inspired by the ancient Japanese art of origami, it is fresh and delicate and stands out for its contrasts between light notes and the characteristic woody of the house. It represents an eclectic, spontaneous but serene man who balances in the face of adversity. It starts with a citrus and spicy combination with basil, rosemary, lemon and bergamot notes, maintains a clean and pure heart with Mediterranean aromas of lavender and geranium and ends with a warm background of vetiver, patchouli and amber.
A creation that is, again, the sign that for Loewe ‘less is more’. Its bottle, carved on transparent glass, differs from its predecessors, revealing a clean and new essence; and its cap and label adopt an impudent white tone imitating the art of origami through reliefs and geometries.
3. Terre d’Hermès, from Hermès
The most emblematic of the masculine fragrances of the French house is renewed in the Eau de Toilette version to become lighter and more subtle and adapt to the day to day. It is designed for modern men and travelers who find beauty in nature, and brings a sense of vitality to everyone who wears it. Its citrus notes of grapefruit and orange turn its heart into vetiver and cedars and close in a combination of resins and benzoin – an esteemed Sumatra aromatic resin used for its therapeutic properties -, which gives it an elegant finish.
Their success, they have since the firm, lies in the minimum number of elements used in its creation by Jean-Claude Ellena, one of the five best perfumers in the world. It remains so in its aroma as in its simple and delicate bottle, combined with the emblematic orange color of Hermès.
4. Boss Bottled, by Hugo Boss
“Boss bottled,” announces the name and slogan of this fragrance since its creation in 1998. It is an off-road perfume: for self-confident men and sports spirit both for the day and for going out at night. Together with the image of actor Chris Hemsworth, it is timeless and urban, ideal for any season of the year in the city. With soft and fruity notes, it maintains a spicy cinnamon heart and ends in a light aromatic tandem of carnation and mahogany.
Created by perfumer Annick Menardo, it has become an icon throughout his career and a top sales worldwide. Its bottle, by the way, remains unchanged since then but remains modern and cosmopolitan
5. Bleu by Chanel
Created in 2010 by the firm’s perfumer, Jacques Polge, the most iconic of the maison’s fragrances portrays a current man with a certain air of rebellion who is free and sophisticated as actor Gaspard Ulliel (who was his ambassador). Woody essence, begins with the freshness of lime, grapefruit and mint, to move to an intense heart of nutmeg, jasmine, ginger and vetiver and ends with the characteristic aroma of the masculine perfumes of the house: amber, wood of cedar, incense and patchouli.
Navy blue is the color that gives it its name and the one that stains its bottle of pure and square lines (which is, by the way, replaceable). It is the best perfumes for men surrounded by a mysterious and enigmatic, but firm, the essence that also characterizes who wears it.
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