With Noir Extreme, Tom Ford gives a stereotypical sweet scent a whole new meaning. With base notes of vanilla and top notes of spicy saffron, cardamom and nutmeg, it is rich and dark with only a hint of sweetness.
One whiff and this fragrance will take you back to a lazy, seaside holiday. A heady mix of cedarwood, patchouli and orange blossom, Artisan Blue is just the refreshing scent you’ve been waiting for.
If you’re looking for a warm, deep and dark scent, look no further than Armani Code. With top notes of olive, lemon and star anise, the fragrance settles to give off hints of tobacco, leather and Tonka bean that has a vanilla-like scent.
If you’re looking for a dark scent that doesn’t get too heady, give The One a chance. Tobacco, amber and ginger bring in the warmth, while notes of citrus cut through, creating a nice balance. Extremely potent, a spritz or two is all you need.
Fresh and wild, Sauvage by Dior is sure to become one of your signature summer scents. With notes of pepper, zesty bergamot, salty ambroxan and patchouli, it’s not your typical refreshing fragrance but it’s one you’ll find yourself reaching for time and again.
Written By : Shirley Mistry