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10 Best Perfumes and Fragrances of All Time

By Akanksha - January 17, 2024 12:15 AM

Indeed, in the realm of beauty and self-expression, fragrances are indispensable, transcending ordinary aromas to become a strong means of personal identification.

As a result, we've produced a list of the top scents of all time, along with pros and disadvantages and reviews.

Continue reading to discover your new favourite perfume, as well as recommendations on how to select the best scent for you.

10 Best Perfumes and Fragrances of All Time

Delina Eau de Parfum

Delina Eau de Parfum

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If you go into a room wearing Delina, someone is bound to smell you since the sillage (or fragrance trail the perfume leaves behind) is powerful. When I have a major function at work and want to create a nice impression, always spray a little Delina on your wrist and behind your ears. The powdery, musky, rose, and vanilla fragrance makes feel powerful and robust.

PROS: Has the strong sillage of any scent I've tried

CONS: Might be *too* powerful for certain people

Buy Now: Delina Eau de Parfum

PHLUR

PHLUR

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Testers describe this scent as smelling like "home," or like hugging a loved one. Why? In my opinion, it smells like a human rather than a perfume. It's soft and light, with notes of musk, sandalwood, and jasmine that mingle together in a dreamy, skin-like way. you will enjoy wearing this perfume to sleep (together with the body lotion and hand cream) since the aroma is so soothing.

PROS: Smells pretty neutral and clean, according to reviewers

CONS: It does not last for too long

Buy Now: PHLUR Perfume

Santal 33 Eau de Parfum

Santal 33 Eau de Parfum

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Santal 33 is largely responsible for making it fashionable to smell like firewood. It's Le Labo's most popular smell to date, with elements of sandalwood, leather, and cedarwood creating a smoky, woodsy atmosphere. In the dry down, however, you get warm musk and powdered violet, making this perfume far more nuanced than a campfire.

PROS: Lasts on clothes for several days.

CONS: Some people thought it smelled too plain or "basic"

Buy Now: Santal 33 Eau de Parfum

KILIAN Paris

KILIAN Paris

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Gourmands these days aren't simply selling sweet scents; they're also selling baked foods. Kilian's Love, Don't Be Shy (which Rihanna famously used before creating her perfume, Fenty by Fenty Beauty) blends sugar, vanilla, and caramel in a manner that reminds me of luscious, creamy marshmallows. However, it is also coated with orange blossom for a citrusy note and pink pepper for spiciness. It's almost sure to make you smell delicious.

PROS: IMO, it smells luxurious and syrupy without being *too* appetizing.

CONS: A few critics stated it's a little cloying and "sickly sweet"

Buy Now: KILIAN Paris Perfume

SUN FRUIT Eau de Parfum

SUN FRUIT Eau de Parfum

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Fruity, zesty, and all-around delicious, this vibrant scent by Ellis Brooklyn feels like a blast of cheerful energy every time you spray it. At first, you'll notice a pleasant, mild blend of pear, fig, and coconut, which will gradually fade into a thick musk during the day. One of our favourites for year-round wear.

PROS: Doesn't smell too sweet—just light and fresh.

CONS: Some testers wished it had more body so that it would linger longer.

Buy Now: SUN FRUIT Eau de Parfum

Paradoxe Eau de Parfum

Paradoxe Eau de Parfum

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So this Prada perfume has three advantages: (1) It's frickin' Prada, (2) the bottle is really cute and unusual, and (3) the packaging is environmentally responsible, with a refillable bottle and sustainable paper and cardboard out packing. If you can imagine yourself chewing on a pear amid a field of white blossoms, you can imagine what this perfume smells like joy.

PROS: Refillable bottles and environmentally friendly packaging

CONS: Some of the testers found it too sweet.

Buy Now: Paradoxe Eau de Parfum

KAYALI VANILLA

KAYALI VANILLA

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Hate florals? Hate musk? Hate anything but the lovely, warm aroma of vanilla? Hello, same. As someone whose signature body lotion aroma has been vanilla since middle school, I simply enjoy this ~grown-up~ version by Kayali.

PROS: It has a much more elevated feeling than typical vanilla smells.

CONS: Some reviews said it was too one-note and simplistic.

Buy Now: KAYALI VANILLA Perfume

Maison Margiela

Maison Margiela

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This perfume smells like travelling around Palermo, Italy when the lemon trees are blooming. But, you know, it's much cheaper than an airline ticket. The bright, sparkling citrus smell is inspired by a prior recollection of perfumer Violaine Collas and includes notes of coriander, tea leaves, and white musk.

PROS: Layers well with other perfumes.

CONS: Some testers thought it excessively lemony.

Buy Now: Maison Margiela Perfume

CHANEL COCO MADEMOISELLE

CHANEL COCO MADEMOISELLE

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Chanel's best-selling perfume combines fresh and flowery notes. The spicy patchouli, zesty citrus, and rose notes scent pleasantly fresh and contemporary, without being too cutesy.

PROS: The scent remains throughout the day and night.

CONS: Some testers found the aroma difficult to completely wipe off.

Buy Now: CHANEL COCO MADEMOISELLE Perfume

Tom Ford Oud Wood

Tom Ford Oud Wood

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This perfume has a cult-like appeal and with good cause. The smokey and woodsy combination of oud, sandalwood, and vetiver smells sensual and intriguing. It's an ideal scent for a night out or a date. Very well done, Tom Ford.

PROS: Testers enjoyed the blend between sensual and melancholy.

CONS: Some critics said the richness was nearly *too* heavy.

Buy Now: Tom Ford Oud Wood Perfume

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