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Unique perfumes that have no analogues
Unique perfumes that have no analogues

Boring! What to do? You can, for example, read this article to the end. We will tell you about perfumes that, in our opinion, have no analogues. They are unique, unlike any other. We will start with the Thierry Mugler Aura perfume, which is well known to many of you, but, in our opinion, underrated. You may remember the advertising campaign for the fragrance with a jungle and an unusually shaped green bottle.

Top 5 popular men's
Top 5 popular men's

Egoiste Platinum by Chanel In 1993, the leading perfumer of the Chanel fashion house, Jacques Polge, developed the pyramid of woody floral-musky perfume Egoiste Platinum. This product, clearly carrying the DNA of nonsense, meeting the high demands of Chanel's style and quality, could not help but attract the attention of lovers of good perfumery. In 1995, the composition was awarded the prestigious FiFi Awards in the category "Luxury Men's Fragrance of the Year".

Oud aromas: where should a beginner start getting acquainted?
Oud aromas: where should a beginner start getting acquainted?

Nowadays, the warm, woody aura of oud has earned it popularity among perfumers around the world, who combine this component with a variety of ingredients - from fruits to sweets and spices. But in its natural form, oud smells sharply, not very pleasantly, giving off bright “medicinal” and “animal” tones on the skin. Of course, connoisseurs and lovers of such scents, on the contrary, will be happy. But the first acquaintance with oud perfumes is better to start with those that smell the softest, and the oud in them is hidden in the depths of the composition or skillfully “encrypted”.

Do you want to smell like a Goddess? Then pay attention to these 3 scents
Do you want to smell like a Goddess? Then pay attention to these 3 scents

1. MARC-ANTOINE BARROIS Ganymede They once wrote to me in the comments: “How long can you spend time on Baccarat, Kirke, Ganymede?” We will pester them as much as we want! The media writes about beautiful people every day, creates entire communities and publishes down to what they have for breakfast. I think beautiful scents also deserve their own fan club. Ganymede in particular. Ganymede is not just the aroma of a glossy leather-bound magazine and the mystical spice of saffron. This is the future of our planet in a few hundred billion years, when it has cooled and become a lifeless icy wasteland. Mineral dust, harsh stone landscapes with ink crystals. A haze of slightly toxic futuristic leather, closer to latex that has lain for centuries in a printing house that walks on a dead planet, raising the dust of saffron and patchouli. An extraterrestrial, integral and original aroma that has no equal, and I have smelled many versions of perfume with Ganymede DNA. It's not the same. It’s strange to despise Ganymede just because every second person wears it. Almost everyone also carries iPhones, because it is an excellent smartphone, especially its camera.