Aromatic notes use fresh herbs, which are fundamental ingredients in perfumery, especially for men's fragrances.
The expansive aromatic family offers varied ingredients, such as lavender, mint, rosemary, thyme, sage, and basil. This family is often associated with masculinity in perfumery. The use of aromatic notes “smell” masculine, in the same way that the use of flowers “smell” feminine. Aromatic Watermelon (inspired by Ralph Lauren's Polo Blue), Aromatic Star Anise (inspired by Dior’s Sauvage) and Aromatic Pineapple (inspired by YSL’s Y) are good examples of aromatic fragrances.
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