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    Default Male aftershave

    I am trying to find my hubby a new aftershave. His favs are:

    - Paco Robanne 1 million
    - Hugo Boss - Original one
    - Giorgio Armani - Aqua Di Gio

    He likes really manly scents if that makes sense?

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! 😊😊😊

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    I recently bought Jimmy by Jimmy Choo which DH says is the best aftershave he's ever had. He also likes anything by Ermenegildo Zegna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    I recently bought Jimmy by Jimmy Choo which DH says is the best aftershave he's ever had. He also likes anything by Ermenegildo Zegna.
    Thanks Moxy
    Im not even going to attempt to pronounce the last one! Are they quite manly scents?

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    I just smelt the Tiffany ones - the 'Sport' I prefer for DH but they were both beautiful. Gives you an excuse to go looking in Tiffany if nothing else! Both very manly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulahoop View Post
    I just smelt the Tiffany ones - the 'Sport' I prefer for DH but they were both beautiful. Gives you an excuse to go looking in Tiffany if nothing else! Both very manly.
    Thanks Hulahoop 😊

    Keep them coming ladies! ☺️

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTinkbug View Post
    Thanks Moxy
    Im not even going to attempt to pronounce the last one! Are they quite manly scents?
    Look, they're not "I kill bears and fight tigers for fun" scents, but they're certainly masculine. I actually found the Myer assistant really helpful when I was choosing the Jimmy Choo one, so it might be worth just going in and asking them for recommendations.

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    DF loves Aqua Di Gio. He also has a Gucci one I bought him a couple of years ago but it smells almost dirty.
    He recently chose Armani Code Ice as his wedding smell. I really like that one. Original Armani Code is great.

    Also Google those scents he already loves, you'll be able to find the family of scents they are (woody, oriental, musk, etc) and then you can try searching based on the scent family or base notes. That's helped me try new fragrances

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    I love polo (the red bottle)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Look, they're not "I kill bears and fight tigers for fun" scents, but they're certainly masculine. I actually found the Myer assistant really helpful when I was choosing the Jimmy Choo one, so it might be worth just going in and asking them for recommendations.
    Hahaha nice! I have to say that's a shame because that was exactly the type of scent i was after (jks)

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    My Dh wears:

    Givenchy PI (I love this one)

    Armani (this is his favourite I think) and Calvin Klein Obsession.

    They're all masculine, but not in the Brut way!


 

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