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Lancôme Hypnôse Homme Eau de Toilette

Male Hypnosis… And male seduction will no longer hold any secrets for you

Parisian perfumer, the latter had wanted a name that rhymes with “Place Vendôme”. Synonymous with beauty, luxury and refinement, Lancôme is at the origin of very famous perfumes such as “Magnifique, Climat, Magie Noire, La vie est Belle or Ô de Lancôme”. In 2005, Lancôme unveiled “Hynose”, an ultra bewitching and bewitching nectar. Two years later, the brand presents its alter ego “Hypnosis for Men”, an oriental fragrance that has nothing to envy to the feminine version.

Male sensuality according to Lancôme

It is true that Lancôme is mainly dedicated to women. The brand likes to sublimate its beauty and its qualities. With Hypnosis Homme, Lancôme decides to take care of men and their sensuality. Like “Female Hypnosis”, “Male Hypnosis” is a bewitching fragrance that bewitches anyone who approaches her. “Male Hypnosis” is a virile essence that honors Provence lavender. This smell is reminiscent of the shaving soap that one could appreciate at the barber. “Male Hypnosis” is a mysterious and powerful essence, it highlights the sensuality of man, the one who likes to please. To achieve this little olfactory jewel, Maurice Roussel had the idea of ​​associating the freshness of lavender with amber and warm tones.

The sensual notes of Hypnôse Homme

“Hypnôse Homme” is a daring composition, in particular thanks to the use of lavender. This one is complex, because at certain times it can present fresh and aromatic tones, and at others, much warmer tones. On its own, lavender can recall leather, cut grass or even liquorice… “Hypnôse Homme” is therefore a very faceted fragrance with multiple aspects. “Hypnôse Homme” begins with green and spicy notes, thanks to the judicious combination of bergamot, mint, cardamom and tangerine. The aromatic heart is essentially dominated by lavender with green, spicy and almond facets. The trail leaves a delicious amber, woody and musky trail around Indonesian patchouli. The bottle uses the codes of the female version. Sensually twisted, the bottle perfectly combines clean lines and opulent volumes. Half amber, half gold, the masculine nectar shines with a thousand lights.

Two years after the success of hypnôse, Lancôme presents its male alter ego “Hypnôse Homme”. As bewitching and bewitching as the female version, “Hynôse Homme” puts the sensuality of men in the spotlight. Around lavender, the composition is impressive with its multifaceted. Incredibly astonishing, the fragrance for men shines with its seduction.

“Hypnosis for Men” was created in 2007 and follows the success of its female counterpart “Hypnosis” released two years earlier. Like the feminine fragrance, “Hypnose Homme” is an essence which bewitches, which bewitches, which subjugates. Both mysterious and powerful, the Lancôme man is a seductive man who likes to seduce. Very charismatic, he exudes one of the most enigmatic, and above all, the most attractive aura. Bold and very faceted, the composition is signed Maurice Roucel.

Maurice Roucel revisits masculine sensuality with the fragrance Hypnôse pour Homme

In order to imagine the male version of “Hypnosis”, the Lancôme house has chosen Maurice Roucel as perfumer. In 1973, Maurice Roucel joined the house of Chanel as a chemist. There he learned the trade of perfumer alongside Henri Robert, then the brand’s official perfumer. After a stint at IFF (International Flavors & amp; Fragrances) and at Quest, Maurice Roucel joined the company Dragoco (now Symrise). Maurice Roucel has won numerous awards, including the François Coty Prize (2002), the Fifi Awards (one in France and one in the United States), as well as the Oscar for Perfumes. We owe to Maurice Roucel magnificent perfumes such as “L’Instant” by Guerlain, “24 Faubourg” by Hermès or even “Rochas Men” by Rochas.

The green and spicy freshness of Hypnose Homme de Lancôme

“Hypnose Homme” is defined as a classic oriental fragrance. The composition begins with a combination of freshness, namely the citrus freshness of mandarin and bergamot as well as that of mint, all enhanced by cardamom. Native to Asia, mint is known for its rapid proliferation and its powerful yet pleasant smell. Legend has it that Hades, the God of Darkness paid court to the nymph Minthé. His jealous wife Persephone then turned her into a mint plant. Unable to bring Minthé back to life, Hades then gave him his perfume and his name. It is the many medicinal virtues that have contributed to the fame of mint. In perfumery, mint releases powerful, herbaceous, minty, sweet and sweet tones. Then, the heart of “Male Hypnosis” is filled with lavender from Provence. Originally from Persia, lavender was classified, in the 1st century, among the precious plants. It was not until the 16th century that lavender was distilled in Provence. It was mainly used as an anthelmintic. In the 18th century, lavender was a remedy for the plague. In the past, lavender was harvested with a sickle. Nowadays, there are two methods of distillation, namely steam distillation and green distillation. Lavender is grown mainly in the Haute-Provence department. Since the 19th century, lavender has been used in perfumery, it offers floral, herbaceous, woody and camphoric tones. Then, the base of “Male Hypnosis” is ultra sensual and virile thanks to the presence of patchouli, white musks and amber. As for the bottle, it is a pure object of desire. It takes the codes of the female version and exudes a powerful and mysterious masculinity.

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