Hypnose Homme Cologne is a flanker to 2007’s Hypnose Homme, one of the most popular masculine scents from Lancome. Introduced in March 2009, this aromatic fougere fragrance comes as a limited edition of the original and according to the official statements founded a source of inspiration in the classic Eau de Cologne. Being a softer and fresher edition of the original, Hypnose Homme Cologne has an accentuated citrus facet, perceived throughout all the development stages.
The perfume comes after another flanker the 2008’s Hypnose Homme Fresh and for me, this represents a pleasant fragrance that’s worth a shot. Hypnose Homme Cologne top notes are orange, bergamot and lemon, a trio of citrus that constitutes a refreshing shot for the upcoming notes. The mid development follows with a prefect dose of lavender, offset by a spicy blend of petitgrain, coriander and spices. The heart stays on the skin for approximately 3 hours, after which it is replaced by a woody base shaped from sandalwood and cedar.
Hypnose Homme Cologne comes in a bottle that looks exactly like the one that contains Hypnose Homme, with one modification though: the color scheme. This time the transparent glass reveals a soft green liquid which brings to mind instantly some refreshing cologne made from citruses. I was a fan of Hypnose Homme at the time of its introduction (I said I was because although I wished, I never got a chance to purchase it!) and if a needed a scent that is light and fresh for the summer time, most likely Hypnose Homme Cologne would be an inspired choice.
Lancome Hypnose Homme Cologne Perfume Details
- Hypnose Homme Cologne by Lancome is available as a Limited Edition in 100 ml Eau de Cologne Spray; the lasting power is below average (5 to 6 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Aromatic Fougere
- For: Men
- Year Introduced: 2009
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual