Great American Fragrances
Is there a Great American fragrance? Well, some fit the bill, and here are some of the more significant ones, which you will be able to try.
Blue Grass by Elizabeth Arden
Blue Grass is still being sold and is a fresh scent and a best seller from Arden. The fragrance was created to honor the Kentucky Blue Grass Horses of Elizabeth Arden. The scent is clean and fresh and embodies the values that run through American culture.
Old Spice by Shulton
Old Spice is reminiscent of dads and granddads and a strong masculine fragrance that started as a feminine fragrance. The fragrance is a mix of Lavender, carnation, and geranium that is warm.
Youth-Dew by Estee Lauder
Immigrants built America and Estee Lauder is one such immigrant that created her fame in the US and cemented her as a legend in the US beauty industry. Youth-Dew was her first perfume that was created as a bath oil. Youth Dew is a spicy oriental scent that is still considered to be daring just like it was in the 50s.
Lauren by Ralph Lauren
Lauren fragrance was fueled by high school students in the 80s and 90s and combines the scent of lilac, violet, carnation, and rose.
CK One by Calvin Klein
CK One brought back unisex with a citrus and musk scent that is long-lasting and great value for money.
Stetson Cologne Spray
This sweetish fragrance for men makes you think of cowboys. The scent is mostly musk and has sweet tones of honey and bergamot.