These solid colognes make a great gift


Salon Marketplace
October 22, 2018 4:06PM (UTC)

Cologne is a classic gift for holidays, birthdays and anniversaries, but picking the perfect scent for that special person in your life is tricky. Many colognes smell great in the store but take on a different tone when they’ve been on your skin for several hours, and investing upwards of $50 for a bottle that the person may not like isn’t exactly frugal. Bawston & Tucker’s Solid Cologne Sampler Set has four mix-and-match options to satisfy the pickiest people on your gift list.

This set has four travel-friendly tins that you can keep in your car, gym back, or anywhere else you need. They all have a nourishing shea butter base to keep skin moisturized, and the four masculine scents have something for everyone. Aroostook has fresh notes reminiscent of a winding river with touches of citrus, bergamot, and patchouli, while Motega has a sweet mandarin base with spicy and woody notes of black pepper and sandalwood to balance it all out. Tuskalusa has sweet undertones of tonka bean and amber, and the sampler pack rounds out with Hurytt, which evens out sweet and citrus notes with rich aromas like cashmere woods and timber.

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Usually, a four-pack of these cologne tins costs $40, but right now you can pick up this set for the cologne fan in your life for just $29.99 (25% off).

 
Bawston & Tucker Solid Cologne Sampler Set: 4-Pack - $29.99

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