Beauty

Masters of Misdirection

Perfumes floral in name but not in nature

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Frederic Malle Eau de Magnolia:Not for wallflowers, this magnolia-infused scent features woody chypre and vetiver giving it a beautiful, rich depth.

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Serge Lutens Fleurs D’Oranger:Invest in this stylish scent if you like your florals with a citrusy kick.

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Le Labo Rose 31:A deep, dirty rose scent, Le Labo’s unique blend of warm and spicy notes gives a classic floral an assertive, masculine flavour.

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Le Galion Tubereuse Eau de Parfum:Intoxicating tuberose is updated with sparkling pink berry and pear and grounded in cedar musk.

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Byredo Black Saffron:Instead of focusing on its violet heart, the emphasis of this scent lies firmly in the earthiness of saffron and juniper berry.

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Tom Daxon Crushing Bloom:The definition of “floral by name,” this weighty fragrance uses spicy cardamom and pink pepper to pack serious floral punch.

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