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November 17, 2012

Fragrance Trends: Sushi Cologne by Demeter


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Demeter Fragrance Sushi
Fragrance designer and FIDM Instructor André Barnwell is our guest beauty blogger, reviewing fragrances and reporting on fragrance trends. André says...

Yes, there is now a cologne for sushi lovers. Sushi cologne was created by Demeter to create the experience of sushi warm rice. It’s not intended to smell like fish. It’s pretty simple in its note breakdown, having a top note of lemon, middle note of ginger, and a base note of seaweed. It comes in a variety of sizes—a mini spray, perfume oil, diffusor oil, body lotion, and a roller ball to name a few. This a great gift for a sushi lover, maybe not to wear, but as a collector’s item. But, who knows—they may actually like it! I suggest trying the smallest one first just to see if you like it—try the roll-on perfume or the ½ oz. cologne mini splash. This is for both men and women.

André Barnwell is a fragrance designer and instructor at FIDM who teaches Fundamentals of Fragrance in the Beauty Industry Merchandising & Marketing Program.

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