Solara Homme by Lomani.
Have spent way too much on fragrances recently and money is tight, can anyone recommend me some super super cheap fragrances, when I say super cheap i mean 10 notes or less for 50ml , I have Brut, Old spice and Tabac already , im sure there must be some bargain basement gems out there
Solara Homme by Lomani.
Elizabeth Taylor's Passion for Men is a very nice woodsy oriental, and a perennial at discount outlets.
Check out Ted Lapidus Altamir. Very nice cinnamon and slight orange blossom. Close to D&G the one minus the longevity problems.
Bogart Pour Homme by Jacques Bogart
Colors for Men by Benetton
Zirh Ikon by Zirh
You don't say where you live.
In northern Britain in the last few weeks I have found Lanvin Homme Sport, Giorgio Red and Quorum for £6 - £8 in a shop called Home and Bargain.
Yardley Citrus and Woods. See Odysseusms review! Can be had for under a tenner.
Lomani pour Homme, Quorum, Quorum Silver, Pino Silvestre, Grey Flannel, Jaguar pH, Cerruti 1881, Montana Parfum d'Homme,
Oscar de la Renta pour Lui and Oscar, Animale Animale, Mirato Malizia Vetyver, Giorgio Beverly Hills pH and Red, Ted Lapidus pH,
One Man Show and OMS Gold, Sung Homme, Worth, Uomo?, Lanvin L'Homme and Sport, Oxygen, Azzaro pH, Visit, Tommy Bahama, Open...so many....
Thank you for the recommendations ,some good suggestions, i forgot to mention but i tend to like old school scents , powdery is good as is spicy
@Martinijo , I have Quorum , is a fantastic fragrance , really really good , will have to keep an eye out for the others you mentioned
citrus & wood by yardley!
The Original 24 fragrance can be found for £10 in Asda stores. It's generic as hell but some love it. Not a patch on the Gold version.
Usher VIP, Cool Water, Kenneth Cole Reaction
Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur
DIOR Homme Intense
Chanel Platinum Egoiste
Chanel Allure Edition Blanche
Jean-Paul Gaultier Le Male
Thierry Mugler Pure Malt
Axe / Lynx Vice
Axe / Lynx Alaska
both as body spray
"Le parfum est la musique du corps"
Signature: Rochas Macassar (Nicolas Mamounas / Roger Pellegrino, 1980)
Current Top 7:
Armani Eau Pour Homme (vtg) (Roger Pellegrino, 1984)
Monsieur de Givenchy (1959)
Chanel Bleu de Chanel EDP (Jacques Polge, 2014)
CK Eternity for men (vtg) (Carlos Benaim, 1990)
YSL Rive Gauche Pour Homme (Jacques Cavallier, 2003)
Creed Green Irish Tweed (Probably Oliver Creed / Pierre Bourdon, 1985)
One that's available for very little money is Canali Style (four stars in Turin's book. On BN it seems to be less celebrated) but even at less than £10 for 50ml I'm too sceptical now when it comes to the really cheap, newer stuff.