Based on classic favorites, the all-over sprays will easily become the men’s locker room staple
An olfactive interpretation of masculine elegance, Chanel’s Allure Homme debuted in 1999 as an ambery citrus concoction. Designed by Jacques Polge, the fragrance represents the juxtaposition between freshness and warm sensuality. The following years saw the birth of the creation’s renditions, including the sharper Allure Homme Sport and Allure Homme Edition Blanche, all also designed by Polge. This year, the French maison presented two new additions to the Allure Homme family: Allure Homme All-Over Spray and Allure Homme Sport All-Over Spray.
Fresh and spicy at the same time, Allure Homme All-Over Spray inherits the refreshing elements of its predecessor. Citrusy notes of bergamot, lemon and orange meet the warmth of ginger and lavender, followed by the intensity of vetiver and cedar notes that lend an earthy, woody facet. The fragrance dries down to tonka bean, benzoin and amber notes, with a hint of black pepper for a little sensual twist.
For a more après-sport freshness, Allure Homme Sport All-Over Spray is a good shot. The fragrance is informed by its aromatic aquatic accord, boasting an uplifting note of Italian mandarin orange and the intensity of a vetiver note. Of course, sensuality is still on the menu, thanks to the presence of the tonka bean note, enriched with a white musk note that lends a unique character.
A practical refresher, the body sprays are perfect on-the-go solutions to carry everywhere. Not only smell good but your skin will also be pampered with a comforting sensation, thanks to the Japanese green citrus extract. Offered in 100 ml, the products give a quick energy boost for any occasion, be it an after-shower or a touch-up before a night out.
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