How do you define the scent for men or women? Truth to be told, there aren’t any clear characteristics of how a man or woman’s perfume should smell like. Gone were the days where floral and fruity scents are for women; while woody and spicy is for men.Top 5 Unisex Perfume

More and more perfumes in the market nowadays are gender-neutral, and you’ve got to admit – it is so much more cost effective if you split it with your better half. With this in mind, we have sorted out a list of gender-neutral scents for you to choose from.

Top 5 Unisex Perfume

Calvin Klein CK2


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CK has many best-sellers, but when they launched the light-citrusy CK One, the product took the market by storm. Unlike its predecessor, CK2 is woody yet fresh with very unique combination of wasabi and jasmine.

Jo Malone Pomegranate Noir


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Designed to be worn by both male and female, Jo Malone’s Pomegranate Noir is the perfect choice if you are looking for a unisex perfume. It has a top note of refreshing pomegranate with a floral blend of Casablanca Lily and smoky wood as its base note.

Diptyque Volutes Eau de Toilette


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With the combination of smoky, spicy and sweet, the Diptyque Volutes Eau de Toilette dries down to hint of tobacco with touch of cherry flavours.

Yves Saint Laurent Tuxedo


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The word tuxedo gives the vibe of bold and masculine, and this is exactly what Yves Saint Laurent’s Tuxedo is all about. Except it has a contract of fresh bergamot and lily that pairs so well with its peppery and smoky note.

Tom Ford Black Orchid


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A debut fragrance from designer Tom Ford, the highly anticipated Tom Ford Black Orchid starts off with earthy notes, dries down to really sweet note of vanilla and ended with a nice soothing woody scent again. This super intense and sensual perfume is ideal for both men and women.

With so many gender-neutral scents in the market, which are your top picks?

 

Unisex Perfume | Top 5 Neutral-Gender Scents was last modified: January 17th, 2017 by Rebecca