3 Make Your Dad Smell Good Gift Ideas – Stink Proof your Pop
We aren’t saying your dad is stinky – not in the least. But these 3 colognes will make him the best smelling dad for miles…check out our top 3 fragrance picks for pops.
- F by Ferragamo PH Free Time
A sophisticated freshness in a woody signature. The new fragrance adds a new facet of casual-chic freshness to the F by Ferragamo pour Homme Franchise, and embodies the quest of liberty and elegance of the Ferragamo man. Bright zesty notes blend with the sparkling vibe of Pink Pepper and Ginger, suggesting a marine quality, with an impactful and refined freshness. A soft sensual accord of White Cedarwood and Vetiver warms up the fragrance and imparts a distinctive signature of elegance and masculinity. SRP: 1.7oz Eau de Toilette Spray $553. 34oz Eau de Toilette Spray $75
- It’s Me For Man by Jacomo
With its top notes of lemon and grapefruit, it’s me for Men, is a fresh and stimulating fragrance. It is the beautiful blend of patchouli, vanilla and musk that generates the masculine aspect of the perfume. Its lightness allows them to bring it’s me everywhere and every time. SRP: 1.7oz, $45 craftingbeauty.com
Top Notes: Lemon, Grapefruit, Liquorish
Heart Notes: Patchouli, Jasmine, Violet, Lavender
Base Notes: Amber, Vanilla, Rosewood, Musk
- Mercedes-Benz for Men
A gorgeous combination of citrus fruits…bergamot from Calabria and mandarin orange from Italy with the violet leaves absolute whose green facets envelop the fragrance’s top notes with originality. The heart of the fragrance plays on an exclusive contrast between the overabundant aquatic notes of cascalone® and the powdery accents of violet. The vibration is provided by spices, bourbon pepper and nutmeg, and galbanum. The woody base notes mix essences of cedar, vetiver and patchouli, giving this fragrance full of contrasts nobility and warm masculinity. The result? A woody, floral and fresh fragrance. A perfume with an irresistible personality. SRP: EDT- 4.0 oz. $85
Happy Olfactory Father’s Day!
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