Top Ten Unisex Colognes
Ok we know it’s a lesbian cliche, but no one can deny that guys often get the better deal when it comes to scents. Here’s our top ten.
While some might not like the sensation of walking into an Abercrombie and Fitch store and feeling like they just walked into a club with a lot of ridiculously good looking people in it, we love the smell you are hit with as you walk in. And that smell is this cologne. It’s packed full of lemon, cardamon and oakmoss and we love it.
Known as the staple fragrance for lesbians, this one is one you can never go wrong with. The bottle’s design is changed regularly too. The smell combines mint, bergamot and sandalwood to make a devilishly sexy scent.
Unlike most other scents that seem to have around 12-15 different notes, this classic has just three, bergamot, green tea and musk. That doesn’t take away from the fact that this is a great scent to wear through the day. Simple but effective.
Once you get over the overly flashy gold bar packaging this one will slay. Think leather, Patchouli, Blood Mandarin and peppermint.
So this one is definitely a splurge but so worth it! This scent has been around since 1916 and is just as popular among both men and women despite originally being created as a man’s scent. For a ‘man’s’ scent it has a lot of pretty sweet smells including lavender, rosemary and citrus.
Another favourite, like Acqua, it’s still a fairly light and fresh scent made with orange blossom, vanilla, musk and myrrh.
Another fresh-smelling favourite. Lemon and bitter fresh rosemary mixed with more woody scents create this fan favourite in the lez world. Despite it having such a well known name, you can get this one at a pretty decent price pretty much anywhere, including Amazon.
We love the adverts for the Gucci guilty line. Why? Because gorgeous bisexual actress Evan Rachel Wood stars in them of course. This has a lot of unusual scents mixed in, including pink pepper, red fruits and violet.
There’s something so sexy about Chanel and the packaging, for both men and women. We like the step away from the sweet and the move towards more heady scents of velvetier, cedar and ginger.
Often described as being a more casual daytime fragrance (and technically another unisex fragrance) the scent puts you in mind of your holidays. Think sea water, lime, rose and peaches. It sounds more like a cocktail than a cologne but either way we are liking it.