23/07/2024 5:49 AM


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The 3 top perfumes in the world revealed, which is Ireland’s favourite?

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The three top perfumes in the world have been revealed, country by country, in a compilation carried out by beauty e-tailer, LookFantastic.ie

Looking at a number of Google searches across 2020, the brand was able to determine what the hottest products were across beauty in different categories including makeup, lipstick, and of course fragrance for him and for her.

Interestingly, for men, the top one to three were Paco Rabanne 1 Million, Tom Ford’s super sexy Tobacco Vanille, and Jean Paul Gaultier’s classic scent, Le Male, all worthy gifts for Valentine’s gifting.

But in women’s fragrances, the following three were the big hitters on a global scale. They are, one to three…

Carolina Herrera Good Girl €86/50ml

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Pic: Carolina Herrera Good Girl EDP

If the shoe fits, as they say, Good Girl by Carolina Herrera is the fragrance for you. The fragrance is in first place on the list of top perfumes, popular in most of Europe, South America, and parts of Asia.

We’re not that surprised either, it’s creamy, warm, and sexy with notes of almond, jasmine, tuberose, tonka bean, and cacao. Delicious!

Tom Ford Black Orchid EDP, €86.45/50ml

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Pic: Tom Ford Black Orchid EDP

An oldie but a goodie, Black Orchid was Tom Ford’s first-ever fragrance, launched in 2006 the fashion designer now has 103, the very latest Tubéreuse Nue has just gone on-counter.

Black Orchid has as many male fans as female, it’s a big seller in UAE, Russia, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. Black truffle, Mexican chocolate, patchouli, black plum, and a Black Orchid created just for Ford make this a statement scent. Super sexy!

Daisy by Marc Jacobs EDT, €102/100ml 

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Pic: Daisy by Marc Jacobs EDT

Last in the three top perfumes is Daisy by Marc Jacobs, the floral woody musk launched by the NY fashion designer in 2007. Totally different from the previous two, here you have white florals, citrus, and powdery notes of violet, blood grapefruit, strawberry, musk, and vanilla.

A big perfume in Canada, Australia, China, the UK, and yes, it’s the most popular fragrance in Ireland, we’re pretty sure most of the country has bought this or smelled it on someone else.

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