Beauty & Style Fragrances - Colognes & Perfumes

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Club Legend
Feb 11, 2019
AFL Club
I’m a self confessed “fraghead” (I believe is the term) so I decided to start a thread as I can’t seem to find one around here and there seems to be quite a lot of people out there who are really into their fragrances.

So there’s a quick set of questions if you want to answer but also set this up just for general discussion too.

The questions.

1. What are your top 5 fragrances?

2. What is your “signature scent”? (Your go to/most used)

3. What was the last fragrance(s) you purchased or were gifted?

4. How many fragrances do you own?

5. What was the first fragrance you ever owned?
I know travel is off the agenda at the moment, but when sanity returns you should treat yourself to a visit to Grasse in France. It is an amazing place with lots of bespoke parfumeries, museums and tours.

I did a half day course at Galimard Parfumerie, where you get to make your own fragrance and take home a 100ml bottle at the end. They keep your formula on file and you can get them to make it up for you at any time. Mine ended up not being great sadly, but it was interesting to learn some of the dcience around what goes into making a frsgrance.

Would highly recommend it.

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Brownlow Medallist
Aug 31, 2014
AFL Club
Other Teams
Rabbitohs, Liverpool, Phoenix Suns
Anyone know much about women's colognes? Is there a Sauvage equivalent amongst the womens range?

I'm looking something that's versatile and long lasting. The three that come up often are Flowerbomb, Black Opium and La Vie est Belle


Mar 3, 2005
Tombstone, AZ
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
Flowerbomb is quite nice. One of my exes used to wear it as her daily driver.

Acqua di Gio is a nice scent but every second bloke wears it. I used to have a rather un-PC boss who called it Acqua di Guido.

My favourite at the moment is Penhaligon’s Endymion.

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