Gender-neutral fragrances are all the rage these days. Rather than men and women having their own scents, now it is must more trendy for them both to use the same one. So which ones are we recommending?
There are five versions of this perfume, all said to be the stages of a falling angel. The main fragrance consists of Sambac jasmine, Ylang Ylang and rose. It settles into musky sandalwood and frankincense.
Lots of five-star reviews from happy customers for this unisex fragrance from MAC. It is a refreshing spritzy scent reminiscent of the sea. The crisp fragrance is not overpowering with notes of blue cedar, anemone, lotus and orris.
This is a citrus scent that opens with top notes of grapefruit, bergamot and orange blossom. Middle notes of cedarwood are complimented with jasmine. Base notes include amber and vetiver. A very seductive and grown-up fragrance.
If you don’t like the light summery citrus scents that have been around this one might suit you. It has a deep citrus top note that mellows into a lush green botanical fragrance. Think of where the green Mediterranean coast meets the freshness of the sea.
Imagine Parma violets, the zest of a lime and sweet balsamic notes. This is an exquisite fragrance that together creates a sweet yet musky scent.
Seductive and tantalising, this is an oriental fragrance that opens with citrusy bergamot and spices then layers with oriental florals like jasmine then settles into sweet patchouli.