快乐飞艇开奖appIf your home setup is anything like mine, the air in your place is probably starting to taste a little stale these days, and a sweet, sweet hit of some new scent might be exactly what you need. If spritzing some deodorant around the house (desperate times, man!) feels a little too apocalyptic, a solid cologne is a solid (sorry) alternative to the dusty bottle of spray-on you've been eking the last drop out of for months on end. Solid colognes tend to provide a longer-lasting scent and are extremely concentrated, so apply sparingly. Less is more. You want to avoid smelling like you walked out of the flagship store of any given teen-interest brand in the early aughts, right? Right.
Solid colognes also tend to incorporate far more natural ingredients than their spray-on counterparts, so if you're the type of consumer that cares about things like avoiding harmful chemicals and/or other potentially funky stuff (read: the type of consumer we should all strive to be) there are more than enough options to choose from. Plus, on the off chance any of us can ever travel again, their literally solid composition means you'll waltz through TSA without a second thought.
To apply, simply scoop a small dollop of cologne onto your fingertip and rub it in by the same pulse points (the wrist, or behind the ears) you'd apply a standard spray. If you're intrigued but at a loss as to where to find the right type for you, fret not: I rounded-up some of the best options available right now, so you (and your home) can find the new signature scent you so desperately need. Stay strong, man.
Jo Malone's solid cologne option has a light texture that's smooth to the touch but offers a rich scent infused with hints of citrus and herbs.
If you're looking for a solid cologne chock full of natural ingredients that make a bit of a statement look no further. Duke Cannon's signature cologne comes in a few different fragrances, but its Oak Barrel option boasts an unmistakable smoky bourbon smell that's strong but far from overpowering.
Outlaw's scents might skew towards the decidedly masculine, but the brand tempers its small-batch solid colognes (all made in the USA) with subtle, slightly unexpected accents. This fragrance includes the requisite hints of bourbon, but also includes notes of
old-fashioned tobacco, and a little leather (!) to spice things up.
Walton Woods makes alcohol-free, hand-crafted solid colognes with a 100% natural base and scents that tend towards the understated. This one features hints of luscious citrus and rich mahogany.
If you're a fan of Diptyque's signature scented candles, it's solid perfume (yes, perfume!) delivers on all the good smells you've become accustomed to, now exclusively for your own personal use. The brand's Philosykos scent is inspired by a specific type of fig tree that grows in Greece throughout the summer, and features fruity notes of (you guessed it) fig tree leaf, fig tree wood, and fig sap.
Fulton & Roark's Mahana cologne is inspired by a long hike through the Southern-most point of the Big Island of Hawaii, and smells as good as it sounds. The crisp scent features notes of pomelo, coriander, and dewy greenery, and feels remarkably fresh, painting a vivid olfactory picture of the scenery behind the smell.
Ulio & Jack makes their solid cologne with jojoba oil, shea butter, and beeswax, and mixes in a sweet blend of cardamom, mandarin, and subtle undertones of sandalwood and clove for good measure.
快乐飞艇开奖appIf you're on the fence about switching over to a solid cologne, let the team over at Le Labo convince you. Sure, this might technically be called a perfume, but this alcohol-free, citrus-infused scent (with notes of bergamot and musk) is still masculine as all hell and features a soft texture perfect for any skin type.