Topic: what is the difference (in notes) between men and women's perfumes?
I have been trying to figure out what it is that makes a perfume for men or a perfume for women. The only difference I have so far noticed is the general lack of floral notes in men's perfumes and lack of aromatics (not sure what those are, but apparently lavender and various herbs fit the bill) in women's perfumes. But then we have the unisex perfumes in which it seems there are no rules or guidelines. Can someone help?