Testers for him
Our “Testers for Him” collection includes popular designer brands such as Calvin Klein, Armani, Hugo Boss, Ralph Lauren, and more fragrance testers. With our unbeatable prices and 100% authenticity promise, we are confident that you will find colognes that best match your personality.
Do you ever find yourself in the cologne section of your favorite department store with so many fragrances to choose from and no idea where to start? When faced with so many choices, it can be hard to narrow down which cologne is right for you. Shopping for perfume online presents its own set of problems. How are you supposed to commit to a single cologne and make an informed decision on what you will like the smell of by looking at a picture and reading a very brief description?
Well, we think we have come up with a solution. The perfect balance between reading about the cologne online and testing a sample of it in person - men's cologne testers. Testers of different perfume options allow customers to sample different fragrances for a reduced price, making the purchasing decision much easier and more wallet friendly.
Whether you are looking for an everyday fragrance or something for special occasions, we’ve got you covered. Perfume Empire have testers from some of the biggest name brands in perfume, including, Dolce & Gabanna, Georgio Armani, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and Hugo Boss.
What are the pros and cons of buying designer cologne?
Designer perfume is specifically designed with high quality ingredients in order to last, giving the wearer a longer amount of time with which to enjoy their scent. They are also often considered to smell nicer and be more upscale than other store-bought brands. Some people may feel more proud or confident when they wear designer cologne.
As for cons, designer colognes are typically much more expensive than store-bought brand options. If you enjoy testing new fragrances regularly, frequently changing up your scent can quickly become an expensive hobby.
However, in the grand scheme of things, the cons are outweighed by the pros and designer colognes are definitely worth trying out from retailers who offer great value, such as Perfume Empire. As with anything else, make sure you do your research before making any purchases to see if they align with your needs and wants.
What are the different types of men's cologne?
Understanding the different types of cologne will help to narrow down the many options available to find the most appropriate for you. Determining what type of man you are, what you want to accomplish with your perfume, where it's best applied, and how often you wish to reapply will provide you with an understanding of which types are best suited to your needs.
How can I better understand cologne scents?
Colognes come in many forms and fragrances, but what makes them different depends mostly on the notes of the fragrance. Understanding what these notes are will help determine which cologne is right for you.
Top notes are generally light fragrances that evaporate quickly. These are usually citrus oils like lemon or lime, which are refreshing. The middle notes are also light fragrances that mix with the top note to create a more complex aroma that builds up gradually over time.
Middle scent fragrance examples might be lavender, rosemary, cinnamon leaf oil, vanilla extract, bergamot peel oil (citrus), clary sage essential oil and black pepper.
Bottom note scents last much longer because they don't evaporate as easily as top or middle notes do; these tend to be wood related, patchouli or musk.
You will be smelling it all day so make sure to choose scents you enjoy, specifically middle and bottom notes that you like as these will linger for far longer than the top notes.
What is the difference between regular and tester cologne?
Perfume Empire offers cologne testers so that you can try out different fragrances without breaking the bank. Curious about what makes these testers different? Testers allow for a more affordable way of experiencing premium quality brand fragrances for a price that won’t break the bank.
The popular colognes come with all original accords, but at much-discounted rates because testers are bought directly from manufacturers and wholesalers rather than retail outlet distributors who tend to include decorative packaging on their products.