When it comes to impeccable grooming, your scent is at least as important as your appearance, if not more so. Little has such a negative impact on the image you project of yourself than smelling bad, while a man who not only looks good but smells good too will have an edge on those who neglect their scent.
The 21st of March marks not only this year’s National Fragrance Day, but the first day of Spring, which makes it the perfect opportunity to pick up a new scent for the summer months. This National Fragrance Day, we take a look at the most popular scents on Mankind from the last year so you can try them out for yourself.
Invictus by Paco Rabanne was designed and created to symbolise power and strength. Its grapefruit, mandarin, and marine accords top notes are bright and inviting, while its oakmoss, patchouli and ambergris base notes suggest sensuality.
Citrus and spice combine in Aesop Tacit Eau De Parfum to create an alluring scent palette reminiscent of the Mediterranean Coast.
Prominent top notes of green tea make the KORRES Vetiver Root Green Tea Cedar extremely distinctive, and one of the reasons why it continues to be so popular on Mankind. Its base notes of amber, oak moss and tonka bean give the scent a deep, warm bottom layer.
The bergamot, spicy cardamom, and violet that make up the top notes of JOOP! WOW! Eau de Toilette give way to geranium, eventually leaving the base notes of tonka bean, vanilla and cashmere. A truly iconic fragrance that’s enduringly popular.
Next on our list of most popular men’s fragrance is the Murdock London Cologne Collection, comprised of five individual fragrances. Allowing you to explore your scent and find what works for you, this is a perfect introduction to fragrance.