In this video, the topic is about fragrance brands being suited towards particular age groups - suggesting that certain fragrances from specific brands are more suitable for different age groups. The discussion starts with Giorgio Armani, which is considered more suited for mature individuals. Versace, on the other hand, is believed to be more appealing to younger crowds, while Paco Rabanne is also targeted at younger people. However, it's acknowledged that this is a generalization, and viewers are encouraged to wear whatever they like regardless of age group associations.
The video then focuses on four brands, and for each brand, three fragrances are recommended, each catering to different age groups. For teenagers, the suggestion is the fragrance "Ultra Male " from Jean Paul Gaultier, a sweet and intense scent with notes of bubble gum, vanilla, and cinnamon. For those in their 20s, the recommendation is the new "Le Male Elixir" a more mature and nuanced version of the original Le Male, with intense powdery lavender and vanilla. Lastly, for those in their 30s and above, "Le Male Le Parfum" is suggested, as it is considered more romantic and mature, with a balanced mix of amber, sweet, and fresh notes.
Moving on to Dior, "Sauvage EDT" is seen as a suitable fragrance for teenagers due to its mass appeal and versatility. For individuals in their 20s, "Dior Homme Original" is recommended, as it introduces them to iris and offers a more refined and elegant scent profile. For those in their 30s and above, "Fahrenheit EDT" is suggested, a timeless masterpiece with notes of sharp petrol, green leather, and masculine elements.
Regarding Parfums De Marly, it's mentioned as a beginner niche brand that offers expensive and long-lasting fragrances. For teenagers, "Percival" is recommended, a clone of Abercrombie and Fitch "Fierce" but elevated with better longevity and an overall luxurious feeling. For those in their 20s, "Layton" is suggested, a fragrance with warm cardamom apple pie notes, powdery fresh musks, and a touch of rose, creating a unique and sophisticated signature. Lastly, for individuals in their 30s and above, "Carlisle" is recommended, a darker brother of Layton with patchouli-based intensity and alluring complexity.
Lastly, Chanel fragrances are explored. For teenagers, "Allure Homme Sport" is suggested, a timeless and elegant scent with aquatic and mandarin notes. For those in their 20s, "Bleu De Chanel Eau De Parfum EDP" is recommended, a modern and versatile fragrance with fresh and woody elements. Lastly, for individuals in their 30s and above, "Chanel Pour Monsieur Eau de Parfum" is suggested, a clean and elegant lavender barbershop scent with warm amber notes.
In conclusion, the video offers fragrance recommendations based on age groups for various brands, emphasizing the importance of finding scents that suit individual preferences and styles.
Link to the YouTube channel - School of Scent
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