Hypnôse Homme by Lancôme {New Perfume}

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Lancôme will launch a masculine version of the successful Hypnôse called Hypnôse Homme. The fragrance was created by Maurice Roucel of Symrise, the author of many a new classics like 24, Faubourg by Hermès or Musc Ravageur by Frédéric Malle.

The perfume has notes of mint, bergamot, Calabrian mandarin, Chinese cardamom seed, essence of Provençal lavender, amber, musk, and essence of Indonesian patchouli.

Sources: Perfumer & Flavorist, Lancôme

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  1. Too many exciting things to respond to on your blog today, but I'll just post here in suppport of Lancome using Clive Owen in their ad campaign. I hope Roucel hasn't been forced to compromise too much to the contemporary male market of blandness (YSL l'Homme?). I'm hoping for a real cardamom kick from this. Bottle looks lovely too.

  2. Leopoldo,

    Maurice Roucel is good. Much can be hoped.

    I saw Clive Owen's belle gueule has been chosen to play the part of Philip Marlowe too.

  3. this sounds nice. i hope it is!


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