Male scents through the ages

As we age, so does our nose for certain scents. What you may have worn in your 20’s may not necessarily gel with your sense of smell in your 40’s. Here are a few of our favourite scents for every age / decade:

Fragrances to wear in your 20s

In your 20’s
1. Diesel Only The Brave 50ml, R705
2. Puma Sync 90ml, R390
3. Azzaro Twin For Him 50ml, R550
4. Guess Homme Blue 30ml, R475

Fragrances to wear in your 30s

In your 30’s
1. Avon Exploration 75ml, R299
2. Ferrari Red Power 75ml, R495
3. YSL La Nuit de L’Homme 100ml, R1050

Fragrances to wear in your 40s

In your 40’s
1. MontBlanc Legend Pour Homme 50ml, R595
2. Thierry Mugler Amen 100ml, R860
3. Yardley English Blazer 50ml, R219.95
4. YSL Kouros 100ml, R985

Other articles you may be interested in:
The best male faces on ad campaigns
The most reviewed male fragrances of 2013
To unisex it, or not?
How to: Decant a fragrance
Fragrance and colour: What’s the connection?

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp

8 Responses

  1. Interesting; I never knew that there are different scents for particular age groups.

  2. A man who smells good my number one attraction…But English Blazer being suitable for older men is on point…my father, though in his 50s, loves it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

RELATED POSTS
Introducing COLAB Boho Rose and Black Violet Dry Shampoo

Introducing COLAB Boho Rose and Black Violet Dry Shampoo

In theory, washing your hair every day, or every second day, sounds like a good idea. After all, who wouldn’t…
Ten interesting facts you didn’t know about lipstick

Ten interesting facts you didn’t know about lipstick

There's so much history behind women's favourite makeup product.
Everything you need to know about moisturising dry skin in winter

Everything you need to know about moisturising dry skin in winter

Dry skin is extremely prevalent during the winter months. Here’s how to treat it.

Subscribe to our newsletter