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BBC perfume documentary (part 1 of 3):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=annRzLYrRwM
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general info
http://fragrance.org/intelligence/knowledge-center/
http://perfumesociety.org/discover-perfume/an-introduction/
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various fragrance communities/review sites/blogs
http://www.fragrantica.com/
http://www.basenotes.net/
http://www.parfumo.net/
http://www.nstperfume.com/
http://www.boisdejasmin.com/
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w2c samples
http://www.luckyscent.com/
http://www.decantshop.com/
http://www.theperfumedcourt.com/
http://www.surrendertochance.com/
http://www.perfumista.co.uk/
http://www.ausliebezumduft.de/fragrances.html
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on DIY fragrances
http://www.perfumersapprentice.com/
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Is it me or do girls just love Acqua di Gio Profumo. It's the only fragrance I have and girls always say I smell amazing.

Any other perfume that girls find invisistible? I was thinking about getting Dior Sauvage as well
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>>12425699
If you want recs, provide as many criteria as possible: including sex, price range, seasons/weather, occasions, other frags/notes/accords you like/dislike, special conditions i.e. can easily be found in mall department stores, other ephemera i.e. personal style/aura you want to project, etc...
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So, are there batches of Aventus that aren't sweet? I can smell everything there, I can smell the pineapple, but it isn't sweet. It smells very fresh, dark, woody, and slightly tart. Zero sweetness, though. Is it my skin?
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>>12425713
>I can smell everything there, I can smell the pineapple, but it isn't sweet. It smells very fresh, dark, woody, and slightly tart. Zero sweetness, though.
Na it smells the same to me. The only thing that brings out the sweetness is when I put a drop of water on the area I applied the fragrance, try that. And it's more of a candy sweetness than your typical sweetness.
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>>12425701
>>12425699

Ahh, you're too fast for me. Was making this to use for the pic.
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Most /fa/ bottle, I just love starring at that thing. Also wore this today and the refreshing mint notes got me going through a rather tedious day.
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>>12425634
>Tom Ford Costa Azzurra

Have been meaning to get a sample of this. Loved it when I sprayed it in-store last fall. Part of me doesn't want to bother, because I don't want to add another expensive bottle to my want list.
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>>12425730
Ok, good to know it's not just me, then.

>>12425754
I like interesting aquatics. Creed MI is one of my favorites, I figured CA might be something I'd like. Ordered a sample of Creed Erolfa as well, but it hasn't arrived yet.

I'll sample CA in a bit once this stuff's worn off.
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I'm looking for something for the Autumn and Winter since I mainly have Spring/Summer scents.
I want something that can project in the cold, I tried Hot Water and Aramis Black and liked Aramis after the drydown.
I'm 24, so I still wonder if Aramis is too old man like.
I was thinking of copping some CDG samples, maybe Black and Wonderwood. My budget would be £60 at most. It may be hard to find legit CDG bottles at that price though.
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>>12425734
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So I like Byredo Bal d'Afrique a lot but it's a little too sweet for me. Should I try Byredo Westbrook, or is that really not very similar?
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>>12426088
You should try Vetiver Tonka, then Vetiver Fatal.
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>>12425600
I'm most excited to smell Amour Nocturne, Fauna, Egoiste, Secretions Magnifiques, Enigma, Arso and Passage d'Enfer.
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>>12426004
wyd after smoking this
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>>12426127
I was just looking at both actually. I don't usually like vetiver, tonka, or gourmands so I'm skeptical of VT. But I'll put Fatal on my list to try.
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can tar notes be done well? The thought of it intrigues me, but the only one I've smelled is a ds & durga one I forgot the name of and it was very unpleasant.
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Has anyone tried Mistral Patchouli? The reviews and description on Luckyscent make me want to try it, but the reviews on Fragrantica make me think I wouldn't like it.
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Hey guys

Where can I buy a vintage bottle of La Nuit besides Ebay?

Please help
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I'm only a few months into my fragrance journey but GIT is the only frag that was love at first sniff so far. How often do you guys find a scent that you know you love straight away?
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>>12426449
You could try the Fragrantica or Base Notes forums. People buy/sell/trade on there a lot.
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>>12426476
Love? Not very often. Like 5% of everything I've tried, at most.
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>>12426449
why would you need vintage la nuit? it's mall tier shit
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>>12426615
is jeremy retarded for liking it so much?
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>>12426629
yes
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>>12426476
rarely, it only happened with black aoud and tilda swinton (only the opening)
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I just got Tres Nuit and it smells like a man whose favorite band is Dave Matthews band. Is this what CW and GIT smell like no thanks
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>>12426629
>>12426615
https://youtu.be/jho410x1SOM
2:25 says it all. it's still a great smell.

there's nothing wrong with trying to find the better performing vintage. but personally, i'd avoid the hassle and just stock up on travelers and reapply as needed.
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>>12425752
i love the sillage and longevity, wish my DG the one and TF NE performed as well
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Can someone explain the appeal? I tried it but I really preferred Wonderwood to it. Is it just not for me?
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>>12426789
It's not for you, move on, try it again in a couple months to see if you still feel the same way.
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Pulled out my vial of Kouros from my box of samples to use as lighter fluid and... I mean... I still can't wear it, or wouldn't wear it outside the house... but I'm enjoying it somehow?
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Anything similar to Hermes tdp that wont give me a headache?
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>>12426239
I hated it in A*Men at first, but it grew on me.
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>>12426476
I have found that the frags that I now hold in the highest regard are many of the ones I didn't instantly fall in love with. I submit that a love built through gradual discovery is stronger than love at first smell. Of course I still like many frags I took a liking to immediately, but they're not top 10 scents.

I instantly fell in love with GIT too, btw. How could we not? I still love it, even though I don't wear it much any more.
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>>12426162
It's lavender and orange peel.
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>>12426950
Embrace the beast. It yearns for hot weather and sweat.
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Bow to your god

https://youtu.be/KWxXB6ca0ZQ
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>>12427091
I put it in the same category as Leather Oud, where it's just so fucking evocative of some past experience or memory or type of place... Like they have some kind of nostalgic or therapeutic effect and are worth keeping around on that basis alone.
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>>12427137
>chai-purr
>fat joe's signature scent (?!?!?!?!)

I hope this guy has friends and people who love him.
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Could you guys give me some recs, I want to build a complete wardrobe of frags and I need to hear some thoughts about those:
>dior homme/dh intense
>ysl la nuit de l'homme
>cdg man 2/cdg wonderwood
>terre d'hermes
>tom ford tobacco vanille
>bleu de chanel
Personally I like dh intense more than dh.
I've enjoyed the smell of la nuit though i remember someone wrote here that it depends a lot on their production date.
Havent tried any cdg frags and bleu de chanel, enjoyed terre d'hermes a bit more than dior homme. Fell in love with tf tobacco vanille, are there any cheaper alternatives?
Oh and I also own Gucci pour homme from 2003 and I love it.
I'm just getting into frags so what should I check out now?
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>>12427320
>what should I check out now?

since you're not very specific post image and music and we may help you find fragrances

I dont think there are "essentials" per se

wonderwood almost smells like sweat/urine
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Daily reminder that Jermey is trying to get you to buy an softer inferior Dior Homme Intense/Valentino Uomo.
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>>12427011
Terre d'Hermes? Apparently Armaf Club House Belmont is similar. There's also a TDH fraiche flanker.

Molton Brown Bushukan is kind of similar buy with lemon instead of orange. Less funky to my nose. I like it, but the body wash version smells better than the EDT.
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Looking for a long lasting summer scent. Any ideas?
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>>12427448
ADG profumo, dior sauvage
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>>12427342
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulHluy20PWU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTAU7lLDZYU

I'm very honest with people, calm, unemotional, always relaxed, not depressed, mostly happy with my life.
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>>12427453
Sauvage lasts maybe 3-4 hrs on my skin with 15 mins of projection. Shame because i love the smell
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>>12426666
Goddamn, that grill is qt as fuck. I'm a bit jealous.
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>>12425730
I tried again and I used a little water on the area like you said. I smell it now. It's more subtle than I was expecting, but I do get that sweetness, almost smells like pineapple jam. Doesn't last long, though, once it dries, it's gone.
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>>12425752
do you even Majda Bekkali
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>>12426789
it's a pretty typical woods/incense combo. It's good but repetitive. And wonderwood is nearly avangarde in it's simplicity. Also staying power in 2 is a joke.
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I wonder if anybody here smelled anything from Olivier Durbano. Black Tourmline is simply the most dark and obscure yet beautiful fragrance i've ever smelled.
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I'm considering buying some Thierry Mugler A* fragrance for the colder months.
Am thinking of getting samples of A* Men and A* Pure Coffee.
Any other flankers I should try/avoid?
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>>12427320
>dior homme/dh intense
i'd shoot for regular homme - it's good if you have ballz to pull off a bit more feminine scent.
>ysl la nuit de l'homme
overrated, don't bother
>cdg man 2/cdg wonderwood
have both and i'm way more satisfied with wonderwood, also >>12426789
>terre d'hermes
sure if you're over 30 or look like you're over 30.
It's beautiful but somehow wearing it everyday is tiring.
>tom ford tobacco vanille
can't say anything, didn't smell this one
>bleu de chanel
overpriced but best in "i wanna smell clean" category
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>>12427826
avoid pure coffe that's for sure. Now imo the best one is pure leather, but it's hard to get. Pure havane and pure malt are the most popular. For me personally those are just meh, expecially pure malt.
Also pure tonka b*man and ultra zest are really good.
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>>12427834
I agree with this guy about Pure Coffee. Didn't like it one bit. Never tried Pure Leather, didn't care much for Pure Tonka.

Personally, I love Pure Malt. It has this sort of fruity, boozy, malty vibe that I just love. Not for everyone, though. Definitely sample first.
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What are the most sexy, alluring, seductive scents you own? I want something for when I'm dancing with a lady and she comes in close, she gets a whiff of something that just makes her eyes roll to the back of her head because of how it smells
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I want to pick up a perfume because I always smell neutral or I guess sweaty when I've been very active. But I noticed that some people (girls, mostly) smell nice and now I'd like to smell nice as well so I'm choosing babbys first perfume.
Would from this guide >>12425708 bulgari blu pour homme be a good choice? For wearing every day I guess, spring/summer. I live in the Netherlands and that bottle is €50 so if possible not that much more expensive.
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>>12428269
Get ADG profumo or sauvage bro. It's gonna please the people around you the way you want.
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I just bought this from Target for like 29 dollars, did I do good? I'm a poor fag, I hope I spent my money well.
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>>12428443
yeah you did good.
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Any of the Margiela frags liked around here? Bought some samples/decants to test as there is no way I'd be able to find a place locally that even sells them.
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I received 1/2 of my order! (those scrambled below)

Will receive other half in 1-2 days. I put on Opus I and it reminds me of the dentist.
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So, I learned something interesting today: I cannot smell ISO-E Super.

I tried a spray of my sample of Molecule 01, after the initial alcohol smell, I got... nothing. It is completely undetectable to my nose.
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>>12428483
>no way to find a place locally that sells them
>what is Sephora
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>>12428779
Yeah, what is Sephora? Don't have those here.
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>>12428795
Chain of fragrance stores that mostly carries what you can find in department stores, but sometimes carry nice stuff. I think they have stores worldwide? It's really popular in the US and Canada.
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>>12428779
>Sephora
There is seriously one full blown one in my state and it doesn't have Margiela.
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>>12428736
That's what I've heard about it.

But others can smell it, apparently.
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>>12428483
Fireplace is a nice smoky borderline gourmand but too sweet for me, Jazz Club is a nice smoky rum and coke that I find cloying after a few hours, Across Sands is really nice and feels like a cross between Plum Japonais and Tuscan Leather. Beach Walk is on my list to try though it's probably too feminine for me.

All in all from what I've experienced they make fairly pleasing, linear scents with above average performance.
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>Favorite perfumer finally rereleases my old favorites from literally over 10 years ago
>Except one
>The best one from the line

WHY
WHY ARE YOU LIKE THIS
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>>12428841
Don't be coy, who and what?
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i rate OPUS I

72/100
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>>12428483
i have untitled which i really like, even though when i first tried it it reminded me of that hospital smell
my gf uses tea escape which i also really like
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the cdg oilfactory libary just released at dsm
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>>12429170
Trying not to spend $500 right now, damn it. Wish they'd released them in 15-30ml bottles.
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>>12429222
i hope my local shop gets them so i can try all of them
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>>12428603
i just smelled them from the inside because i couldnt wait

my favorites will probably be noir exquis, oudmazing, amour nocturne and ile pourpre

they all smelled pretty interesting though, my only regret is the fucking OPUS collection, at least from the inside they all smelled like fucking shit
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>>12429251
the profumum samples werent too good neither, especially olibanum, rancid. but ill have to try first
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>>12429251
i forgot l'homme sage.
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>>12427367
It's actually nice to be able to turn down the volume on my DH a little. Prada L'homme is getting much heavier rotation for me.
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>>12427448
Victrix
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>>12428805
Yeah, apparently some people have olfactory blindness to it. Seems like I'm one of those people. Evidently, if it's blended with something else, you can smell it, but on its own, you can't if you're one of those people.

Very interesting.
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>>12429552
Is there anyone in this Thread who can smell it?
The molecules are really strange. Till yesterday I thought it's all just marketing and an esoteric perfume. But I tried some samples with a friend of mine and when I sprayed Molecule 02 in my wrist she instantly went:"That's how you smell. That's so you. Just your body odor." Strange
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>>12429611
Oh yeah and that was while I wasn't smelling anything. Which makes sense when it smells like me.
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Put a little of my Tom Ford Oud Wood (which I like even though I'm not an oud or wood fan) sample on my hand before bed. In the morning it doesn't smell at all like it did last night, but what is left smells amazing.
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>>12429611
Yeah, I can. It's sort of a subtle woody, vetiverish kind of smell to me. I prefer 02.
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Help me, guys, is this fake?
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>>12429666
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>>12428274
I was given this advice

>>12425705
and now I see this
are dior sauvage and aqua di gio profume ironic recommendations? I went to the store today to smell them and thought they were okay
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>>12429666
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>>12429672
They are crowd pleasers, women in particular love them. Not groundbreaking scents or anything.
What are you looking for in a fragrance?
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>>12429689
>They are crowd pleasers, women in particular love them.
yeah, that's what I'm looking for, lel
I was just afraid that it was the equivalent of fit's SS + GOMAD
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>>12429716
Oh ok then you can't go wrong with either of them
>equivalent of /fit/'s SS and gomad
Ayy lmao /plg/ frequenter here kek. Not fat and autistic tho dw
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Anyone here experienced with Imaginary Authors? I originally didn't like their concepts/branding but now I've opened up to it and it intrigues me. The prices are very reasonable for niche-esque stuff, I might look for a sampler.

Favourite scent?
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>>12429611
>Is there anyone in this Thread who can smell it?
Yes, but i don't particularly like it on its own.
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>>12429611
I can easily detect Iso E Super. It smells like pencil shavings or wood litter for small pets.
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>>12429755
Nope, have a few on my list but have had other priorities. Agree on the branding being a bit of a turn off; feels like an Urban Outfitters or Anthropologie product, the Crosley turntable of perfumes. I can't tell if I actually dislike it or if I just hate myself for liking it.
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>>12429686
I can't see the batch code so I'd say yes
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>>12429624
Everything smells great the morning after, even things I dislike. Basenotes are magic.
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>>12429686
Why do people just not but chanel directly? Speaking of which, wearing Egoiste now and am starting to like it. It was sitting unused because I absolutely hated it at first.

Also I think it's easy to tell if a bdc is counterfeit if the cap is not magnetized.
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Am I a tool for wearing No. 5 as a (homosexual) male?? there's something about the scent that captivates me for some reason and I have a 15ml bottle of the Perfume which my mother didn't want.
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>>12429755
I've tried most of the line. It's hard to say whether you'd like it or not, they kind of all share a similar DNA but a lot of them are very specific scents. For starters I would try Cape Heartache, Memoirs of a Trespasser, and A City on Fire. Those to my nose are the most interesting, Cape Heartache containing a very strange strawberry note under smoky pine which is certainly something I've never seen. Memoirs is probably my favorite from the line but it is very vanillic and sweet so if that's not your thing then stay away from that one.

Also something worth mentioning is the company is run by really great people, any time I've ever asked for extra samples they're always super generous and toss in way more than I asked for and they even mailed me the newest unreleased fragrance with a few samples just for sending them a thank you email. Truly a good people, whether the product is good or not is up to you.
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>>12430109
wear what you like my guy, you're only a tool if you're insecure about what you want to wear
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>>12430117
This. Wear whatever does it for you. I don't even pay attention to masculine/feminine designations on fragrances. If you're confident and secure in what you like, anyone can pull off anything.
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>>12429774
Wow, I have the exact same feeling but I couldn't have put it better. I actively disliked it when I first looked at it, but looking closer some of the art like the hands is effay. I think I kind of cringed at the name/branding of stories when I first saw it too.

>>12430111
Yeah I just kind of put it out there generally as a topic without my own likes/background. I really like very natural smelling/interesting things. Cape Heartache caught my attention first because I love pine and woods and saw it as a similar recommendation to Slumberhouse Norne (my favourite), but the fruity sweet strawberry note makes me think I won't like it. I usually don't like sweet/vanilla at all but I haven't really gone out and tried anything in that area because of my bias.

The Soft Lawn intrigues me the most though, especially because I love the scent of fresh opened tennis balls and it might give me nostalgia. Ordering direct from them would probably be costly to Canada though.
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>>12430109
Hell no. All scent is gender-neutral (yes, even Aquolina's "Pink Sugar", though I wouldn't recommend anyone wear that)... all the rest is marketing. People who catch your trail of scent as you brush past them aren't seeing the bottle it came from.
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>>12430573
scents branded as feminine most often smell feminine, a man wearing feminine scents is probably a fag. why else would you?
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>>12430573
What are you talking about, there are clearly certainly scents that smell feminine and masculine.
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Man Spicebomb is fucking awesome
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>>12430582
>>12430590
Do you have any idea how the fragrance industry works? Anon is right. Read some Luca Turin or Chandler Burr.
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>>12430651
it's not about the industry or marketing it's about inherently feminine and masculine scents

gasoline smells masculine

flowers smells feminine

just like blue is masculine and pink is feminine

if you can manage to wear pink good for you but it's usually harder to pull off just like lets say white florals or something
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>>12430680
>inherently
no such thing, all a matter of the trends of the time

pink for girls and blue for boys is a trend that started about halfway through the 20th century, and flowers are a perfectly manly scent in plenty of hypermasculine cultures right now

it's about thinking for yourself and not how people tell you to. how people are telling you to think won't even stay constant over your lifetime
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>>12430757
i was exactly thinking of that text when i made my post.

as i said, if you can manage, sure go for it. but with that thinking we might as well deconstruct everything and say you can be manly wearing a pretty pink dress with something like Tiffany for fragrance. Scents, shapes and things subconsciously exude masculinity and feminity for a good reason.
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lampblack is pretty good
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What's a frag that you really didn't like at first but ended up loving?

Partly asking because I'm just curious, but I'd also like to see if I should bother giving anything I hate another shot.

Pic sort of related. I thought it smelled like cucumbers and dill at first.
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fucking shit i wish i had full bottles so i didnt have to smell my hand all the time
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What does this smell like? I'm looking for a futuristic scent.
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>>12430952
people say this smells unusual but if you ask me it smells just like nicer playdoh, it has no character whatsoever

as far as I know if you want futuristic try ephemera drone
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>>12430582
>>12430590
OK, if scents have a gender, then flavors must as well. Which flavors are masculine and which are feminine?
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>>12430932
Almost all of my favorites were growers. I reckon that any scent that is crowd-pleasing enough to be immediately accessible, must be unchallenging enough to get boring fairly quickly.
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>>12430991
consider the following

female body odor

male body odor

watermelon candy wont enhance male body odor in a masculine way

you can have bottles of feminine scents for reasons but actually wearing them out of the house is another thing
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>>12430991
I'm actually not sure who is correct. But what about when I smell a scent and think 'holy shit this would smell amazing on my GF I would just want to fuck her all day' but it wouldn't even cross my mind to wear it myself?
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Did I fuck up by ordering the EDP instead of EDT?
Do they really smell that different?
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>>12431579
no, a lot of people prefer the EDP
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>>12430952
odeur 71 for futuristic, thats defs not a futuristic vibe
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>>12431583
Cool, thanks. I had a 5ml nameless decant with BdC which I was sure was the EDP and only after placing the order I found out it was actually the EDT version.
Is the parfum version still good for spring/summer as I read that the fresh/citrusy vibe is really toned down in this one?
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So, what's everyone here's "favorite" reaction or comment they've gotten to a frag they were wearing? What frag elicited it?

Me, personally, it was from Creed MI.

I was with this girl, and we were on the bed. I'd gotten my shirt off and I'd gotten her out of her dress, and she was wearing one of those one-piece negligee deals underneath, dunno what you call them. We'd been making out for a while and I was kissing down her neck and collarbone area, and she was nuzzling my neck and shoulder. At one point, she starts deeply sniffing and almost moans "you smell so good". Then she pulls back, looks at me with this little smirk on her face, and goes "but I think you knew that, didn't you?".
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>>12431655
cringe
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>>12431740
not him but only 12 years old say cringe
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>>12431758
He's just mad because he can't get girls into bed with him.

Show us on the doll where the girls don't touch you, anon.
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>>12431771
your post wasnt too good neither
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>>12431815
Wasn't my post.
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Anyone tried stuff by Liquides Imaginaires?
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>>12430573
Are you mentally handicapped? Why would companies list a frag as masculine or feminine if they could just dominate both genders in the market because "all scents are gender-neutral"
>>12430991
We don't attract each other by tasting other humans, you massive fucking spud.
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>>12425752
Pour Homme is great too but doesn't last. Should I try Eros or Dylan Blue?
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>mfw been using aftershave on my whole body because I can't be arsed to buy a new fragrance
STINKY
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>>12431913
Gender marketing is obviously more efficient (hypothetically enhancing femininity/masculinity), are you retarded?
>>12430998
watermelon candy smells are for little girls; they are objectively shit. no one should be wearing them. A lot masculine scents are sporty and boring, a lot of feminines are cloying and intolerable (most florals - white, fruity, etc.). Great fragrances are mostly genderless.
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>>12430998
>in a masculine way
But the only reason we think of sweet scents as feminine is because of modern frag marketing. There is nothing inherently gender-specific about odors other than what labels the industry has told us this century.
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>>12431447
Could be individual to you and her, and/or could be what you have been told to think of as masc/fem by the frag marketing industry.
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>>12431655
>"favorite"
Not sure why the quotes were necessary, but I have two, both at work:
This tall sexy mid-20s blonde chick walked by me, did a double-take and came back and said "you smell really good." Boing. Egoiste.

This might be my favorite: this late 20s super cute Latina was standing behind me while I was sitting down, and I didn't notice her at first, but I heard this long slow inhale through her nose right behind me: Havana.
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>>12431913
>attract each other by tasting
Irrelevant to the masc/fem argument. Otherwise, Old Spice would be the greatest panty dropper of them all.
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>>12431655
Dude who was posting about his experiences with hookers in Amsterdam a few weeks ago here:

Also Creed MI. Russian girl I was with buried her head in my chest and said "mmmm I love this smell!", then she rubbed her arm on my chest so she could "save some of my smell for later".
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I'd like something soft to keep me from smelling at the end of my shift, but nothing too overbearing.
Would saving up for l'homme be a good idea? I've heard the sillage is rather soft
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>>12432065
>keep me from smelling
that's not how fragrance works
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>>12432065
>to keep me from smelling
>>12432070
>that's not how fragrance works
Yep, you want a deodorant. Once you stink, please do not apply a frag to "mask" it, because it just makes things worse.
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>>12430952
Soap, spices, and Ink with Flowers
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>>12429624
>Tom Ford Oud Wood
whered you get the sample
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>>12431905
Only Ile Pourpre. Kind of reminds me of Le Labo Noir but sweeter.
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>>12432257
Luckyscent. The Perfumed Court has it as well.
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>>12431995
my grandmothers stuff didnt smell very manly
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>>12432350
And how you you know what "manly" smells like...? Man, marketing conditioning is tough to break!
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>>12432393
It depends what the scents exude and what they make you think of

Pretty sweet flowers remind you of softness, grace, sweetness etc, which are feminine

Gasoline reminds you of all the hard shit in the garage which is masculine

why do I need to make you a drawing, you're like those SJWs who say some women are still indoctrinated by idiocy like rape culture or something

But anyway to not even have a clue what smells masculine and feminine you must be pretty feminine yourself
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>>12432402
You're missing the point, friend. Of course I know what we are *supposed* to think of as M/F scents, but that is utterly a recent construct of marketing people. Do you only wear outfits you see in catalogues, too? Take a risk once in a while and think for yourself.
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what kind of scent would she want to smell on her man. pic related is my waifu
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I'm 24 yrs old. a lot of people tell me I smell musty probably because of my profession. I would like to smell fresh and clean but not too fruity.
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>>12432411
This. Fashion changes, what's considered fashionable one year is often not fashionable the next. Men used to wear high heels back in the day. Little boys used to wear dresses. That's not the fashion anymore, so we don't associate those things as manly. That doesn't mean those things are INHERENTLY feminine. That's not even taking into account cultural differences.

Same deal here, in our society, right now, it is fashionable for men to smell a certain way as women to smell a certain way. The current fashions will change. Maybe in a few years, some designer will make a scent that smells super floral and sweet and fruity, and market it towards alpha manly men, and suddenly clubs will be full of Chads who smell like potpourri.
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I've been buying a bottle of Dolce&Gabanna Light Blue for men a year for 3 years now. I just started using my latest bottle and it smells unlike any of the others. There's almost no citrus.

I don't think this cologne is popular enough to fake.

Looking for new things to try. I live in a very humid place so it can't be too strong.
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I just bought Prada l'homme, did I do good?
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>>12432429
You should know your own waifu well enough to answer that. For shame.
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>>12432411
If you think I'm missing the point and that is your reply after you read my post you completely misunderstood what I said and I dont think it's even worth explaining

marketing people boogeyman

>Little boys used to wear dresses
when
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>>12432503
>>12432459
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>>12432429
probably rabbit pheromones
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>>12432503
>>Little boys used to wear dresses
>when
https://www.google.com/search?q=Little+boys+used+to+wear+dresses&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=ubuntu&channel=fs
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>>12432503
pink used to be the boys' color and blue the girls', don't remember when exactly it changed but I think it was still going by the 50s
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>>12432528
>>12432530
I cant process this ...
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>>12432542
Totally understand. You and >>12432503 and likely the majority of others are products of what you are told is a certain way by the media. It's fascinating.
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>>12432555
It has nothing to do with the medias, it has to do with personal experiences and whatever. As I said here >>12432402

Whatever for the colors, but the dress thing hell no
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Alright /fa/ I'm 18 and I'm interested in wearing cologne instead of using basic aftershave. What are some good casual/fresh entry-level scents?
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What are the best men's iris-based fragrances not made by Dior?
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>>12432695
go to a department store and look for yourself you fucking retard, youre not going to find SMELLS on an IMAGE board
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>>12432779
he's looking for recommendations from the fragrance experts you idiot
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>>12432588
But the point you are failing to grasp is that those associations of flowers=feminine, gasoline=masculine are cultural in nature, not inherent in the odors themselves. Go to Papua New Guinea and ask a primitive who has never smelled gasoline or seen a television what he associates with those smells.
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>>12432790
I already explained what they evoke and why they are masculine/feminine, even if they are ultimately cultural in nature it doesnt matter, they're not all equal, I dont want to hear about your relativism. SJW culture says you can be genderless, the arab world says you can beat your wife and fuck little boys etc. Also I dont care about <70 IQ tribes.
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>>12432695
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>>12432797
dude get help before you end up hurting yourself/others. Even an interest in /fa means you have more brains than the avg /pol/. get out now, youre going down a road of mental and emotional illness
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>>12432901
what? what a faggot reply, go get castrated
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Opinions on Dunhill for Men? Bottle is the same design since 1934. Acqua Di Parma of England or just old and stuffy?
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>>12432797
>they are ultimately cultural in nature
Jesus, finally. I'm done.
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>>12433033
that's not even what I wanted to say. what I wanted to say was it doesn't matter if some people are mentally ill and like to dress like little girls. they're still feminine. because culture revolves around individuals, and they may or may not be retarded.
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New Sibet instantly after application: smells like lipstick
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>>12433057
No, but if the cultural norm was for boys to wear dresses (as it used to be), then wearing a dress would not be feminine. No one is denying that in this day and age, a boy wearing a dress would be considered effeminate, we're just saying that that's a cultural construct and is subject to change.
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>>12433083
even then they could look back and say it looked feminine and was a mistake. i did some research and it was only popular for like a century.
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on a side note new sibet smells amazing, slumberhouse is an amazing house
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>>12432695
Versace pour homme
Ck one
Lalique white

As someone else said, go to department stores and sample things. Its the best way to find out what you like/dislike. Narrow it down from there
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>>12433104
Your lack of nuanced understanding is truly astonishing. I can tell you're a /pol/tard.

Jesus Christ. Cultures evolve and change over time. This is not a difficult concept to grasp.
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>>12433124
Yeah, go sample some things. I'd say go to a Sephora if you can, that way you can get a few free samples of things you like to try wearing a few more times.

Once you have a few frags you like, look them up on fragrantica, see what sorts of notes they have or if they have certain accords in common. It should help you get a feel for what sorts of fragrances you like.
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>>12433127
Speak for yourself. Cultures change a bit depending on a couple factors but they always have the same timeless reference point and that's what you don't understand.
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>>12433138
No, they really don't. American culture is radically different than it was when the nation was founded, and we're a very new country, relatively speaking. There are countries that have been around for thousands of years. You don't think attitudes shift over the years? That's not even taking into account countries being conquered by different cultures.

You're an idiot if you think values and societal norms remain constant over time. This is why /pol/ is so retarded, they revere time that is long since passed and want to live in a culture that simply no longer exists.
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>>12433151
American culture degenerated and so did pretty much every single nation on Earth

If you're the guy who praises degenerated culture it's safe to say that you're the idiot between us two

It's a shame that you're all such dumb twinks on /fa/
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New Sibet smells very similar to Knize Ten but is not as headache inducing
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>>12433171
Alright, I'm through shitting up this thread.

If you're too insecure to wear anything that doesn't smell like whiskey, beard trimmings, and rusty nails, and has to say "no homo" before applying fragrance, that's your prerogative I guess.

The rest of us, we'll enjoy wearing whatever the fuck we want and enjoying life instead of walking around with a permanent hate boner for all the "degenerates" who are "ruining our culture".

I wish you a pleasant evening, sir.
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>>12433175
I'm not saying all "feminine" scents can't be worn by men. They can evoke a certain nobility if done right. But just think of the faggotiest fragrance and tell me if you would see a man wear it.
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>>12433185
I can see a man wearing anything if they're confident enough to own it. Fuck, I used to wear my Ex's Vera Wang Princess sometimes. Zero fucks given, never got any strange reactions from anyone.

I wear whatever smells good to me.
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>>12433191
Good for you if you can pull them off.
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New Sibet I get that fur smell now
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>>12433175
cringiest post in months
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>>12428251
Pure taint musk extract
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What's a good manly, crisp "Americana" fragrance? Currently I use Old Spice, but I'm looking for something a bit more mature, that fits with my image. I've heard people recommend Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille but I cant blow that much money plus the description seems a bit too "refined gentleman" for me

I'm tall. look a bit rustic like pic related, leather boots, herschel bag etc. etc.
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>>12433271
Knize Ten if you like cars
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Now I definitely smell the fur of New Sibet

talk about a progression
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>>12433067
I thought it smelled like menthol farm animals. I had to scrub that shit off.
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>>12433278
>Knize Ten smells to me like a tough guy wearing leather jacket working as a mechanic in a car repair shop.
>The opening is very "greasy". All I can smell actually is grease. This makes Knize Ten very unique for me. All of a sudden the leather appears. At first it's "greasy" leather but it changes in time into animalic leather with woody and subtle floral backbone. That's it.
>Sillage is knocking your socks off - you really have to be careful with your fingers on your trigger. Longevity is around 17 hours easilly.
>Actually it's complex as hell and I regret that what is written above is all I can smell...
>Pure class in a bottle.

First review sounds exactly like what I wanted! Thanks anon!
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>>12433291
yeah kind of, it reminds me of knize ten a bit
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>>12433296
no problem!
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Is there a female fragrance that smells like fur or at the very least animalic?
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>>12433230
I felt the same way about each successive post by the person on the other side of that whole exchange.

>>12433311
Hundreds, maybe thousands. Care to be more specific?
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>>12433455
feminine feline fierce profound
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>>12433492
elegant kind
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>>12433455
or tell me in what way i need to be more specific
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>>12432429
carrots
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Anyone try this one out? I wanted to get a bottle
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Hey guys, I need a new shower gel and I want your opinion. Which of these do you think it's the best: Dior- Farenheit, Hermes- Terre D'Hermes, Versace- Eros Invigorating or Jean Paul Gaultier- Ultra Male.
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Thoughts on this?

I originally planned to buy Sauvage for this summer, but now I am maybe thinking about getting this instead.
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>>12433938

I would get dylan blue over sauvage. If your only wearing 1 fragrance throughout summer its a solid pick.
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>>12433605
I think Eros is just overall much better. Kryptomint was very linear and just smelled kind of like sweet toothpaste to me. Eros just does the fresh mint scent thing better.
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>>12433938
Is that because of jeremy's new vid?
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Where can I find a very fruity perfume for men that is also arabic/north african Without being spicy?
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>>12433869
I have JPG ultra male. Its not a shower gel but let me tell you this. I wore this to the club few days ago and got 3 hot girls to grind on me plus had a girl literally walk up to me and feel me outside the club. No idea if the cologne had anything to do with it but it couldnt have hurt
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>>12433984
Jubilation would be one obvious choice here. Across Sands is very linear but features sweet dates throughout. Arabie by SL is another option.
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>>12434021
Jubilation is rather spicy, but it blends into the incense and the fruit very well. Doesn't smell like Indian food like some of Amouage's other frags.
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>>12434019
Thanks for your opinion, that's the kind of effect I wanted to get
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>>12433938
Id say Sauvage is more of a clubbing frag while Dylan Blue seems more casual and formal. Havent tried Dylan Blue but I have Sauvage and going off what others have said
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>>12433605
>>12433961
how about this one. Looking for a general summer frag
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>>12434099
Haven't tried it, myself, but I've heard good things.
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I know nothing about fragrances but is there one that resembles pine trees and freshly cut wood? Its my favorite smell.
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>>12434107
CDG Wonderwood.

Or just get some straight ISO-E Super, assuming you're not unable to smell it.
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>>12432481
good job
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>>12434107
Terre D'Hermes
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Should I go for the EDT or aftershave splash of something like cool water, as an example?
Which would be more subtle in projection, as I don't want anything with crazy sillage for work...
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>>12434442
Aftershaves generally have poor longevity. I'd recommend going with the EDT and then applying a lower number of sprays and spray under the clothes, it's an efficient way to reduce sillage.
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>>12433311

Look into suede and musk notes.

Joke answer: https://demeterfragrance.com/kitten-fur.html
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What exactly does Jeremy do? He's mentioned he has a regular 9-5 job yet he has a nice apartment, a nice convertible car and can afford to have a fragrance collection of hundreds
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>>12433311
There's a very interesting one I have. It's called Zoologist Bat. It's unisex, and it's a very interesting mix of leather, musk, soil, and tropical fruit notes.

Take a look. Zoologist is a very interesting house that not many people know of.
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>>12434107
bois d'ascese
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Wow, I would want one just so I could look at the label everytime I open the drawer even if I hated the scent.
Are they all unisex?
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>>12425752
Kenzo Boise also has a very pronounced mint note but I don't know if the frag itself could be classified as "fresh"
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>>12434545
I believe they are. I only have Bat, though, and sampled Rhinoceros.
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>>12434501
He probably gets sent a lot of fragrances for free to review.
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fragrance war

fill your watergun with your favorite fragrance

lets shoot each other
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OPUS VI smells like a full diaper + some chocolate it's kinda making me sick
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Arab perfume is godlike. All other perfumes are suboptimal and trash tier.

Also; Try Amber or Musk. It's wonderful and pretty cheap depending on the brand you pick.
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>>12434655
This is what I'm talking about.
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>>12425699
I just spent 58 minutes watching a Tommy Hilfiger ad
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i think ill have to scrub off OPUS VI soon it doesnt even smell bad per se but it makes me gag for some reason ill try to tolerate it i didnt scrub any samples off yet
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Share some fragrances which you loved at first but couldn't stand after a couple of weeks.
Pic rel for me. I think im just gonna throw the whole bottle into the trash. I just sprayd a little bit on my wrist first time since like a year thinking "no way it was that bad" and it's just fucking atrocious. I wanna chop off my hand now
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OPUS VI is probably the most disgusting sample I got
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OPUS VI smells like hot shit I had to scrub that shit off with alcohol
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>>12434695
I love black aoud's opening but the rest smells medicinal

i dont know i think my sample got spoiled somehow
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>>12426476
When I smelled L'eau D'Issey the first time I said, "so this ... is the power of nuclear weaponry."
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Does anyone know if the Victorinox Swiss Army Unlimited is any good? Can't find samples of it anywhere.
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>>12434695
Interesting. I sampled it a few times and it had the same effect.
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>>12434655
>>12434660
Is this some kind of soap bar?
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>>12434107
Slumberhouse norne
L'artisian fou d'absinthe
Lalique encre noire
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>>12434639
Honestly a brilliant idea, except it'd cost a fortune. The average water gun holds anywhere up to a litre or more of liquid inside it. That's roughly 10 bottle you'd be using. Imagine if someone's favourite fragrance was a clive christian... they're looking at easily $20,000 or more for half an hour of fun

Change the rules so its favourite cheapie (under $50) and you've got yourself a deal
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>>12433938
literally smells like generic cologne (tm) nothing outstanding and is a meme
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>>12434837
So true. The yuzu is turned up to 11 and at first sniff can be incredibly overpowering

Love at first sniff for me would be: lalique white, by killian intoxicated, amouage reflection and YSL live jazz
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>>12435100
I mean, I gotta think after a couple minutes, all the frags would just blend together and you wouldn't be able to pick any of them out. Plus I think olfactory fatigue would set in pretty fast.

Also, probably would suck if you got that shit in your eyes.
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Which to get next:
Pure Malt
Jubilation
DHI (kinda random, just want something that projects and may be 'safe')
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Not trying to hype but CDNMI is literal magic juice. Multiple girls tonight thought I was wearing aventus thus also thought I was well off due to its price tag. Not gonna say what happened from there
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>>12434501
Male model
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>>12435859
bet you got some prime pusspuss ;)) boom boom haha you know
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>>12434655
I'll have to try some then. Big fan of musk.
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>>12434655
yep, get OPUS VI if you want a diaper dipped in chocolate
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>>12434655
Arab perfume is generally overpowering and disgusting, lacking any sort of subtlety. The people that love arab perfumes tend to over apply generally and that rarely helps their case.
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>>12435844
All good scents, but all kind of rich and cold weather heavy. Personally, I find PM the most versatile of the three, but I wouldn't call it that.
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>>12435859
At least a threesome, I'm sure.
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>>12435859
>Multiple girls tonight thought I was wearing aventus
Havve you ever even talked to women? They don't recognize what the fuck you're wearing. At most they'll tell you that it smells nice and act impressed if you name drop something like Dior or Chanel.
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Any thoughts on this one?
Heard that reminds of Hermessence Ambre Narguile, how much?
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>>12436000
Ty and checked
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i wanna smell like the sea

any good sugestions?
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Gonna prepare my summer.

Best woman summer fragrance in your opinion?

Anything type really.
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>>12436306
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>>12436004
This, desu. In my experience, even women who know fragrances relatively well can't pick out specific scents someone is wearing.
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>>12436306
Tom Ford Costa Azzurra
Creed MI
Creed Erolfa
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Is big pony 1 worth a blind buy?
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anyone give this one a try? I have a bottle of sauvage I think im gonna try to trade for.

Heard the performance isnt great after an hour or so can any of yall confirm?
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>>12436960
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>>12429672
I dont understand why people like profumo so much. It smells like if you'd layer original AdG with some cheap aftershave on your gym socks.
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>>12427830
For Bleu which would you choose between EdT and EdP? The casual "i wanna smell clean/fresh" scent is exactly what I'm looking for but I'm worried that the heavier/denser nature of EdP would push it out of this category? Or is it still very fresh scent just with better performance?
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>>12436306
For me it's Kenzo Homme but I also saw it suggested in "I wanna smell like futuristic Tokyo" thread so make what you will of it...
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>>12427589
You're probably getting fatigued from the ISO e super, sauvage lasts easily 12 hours.
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>>12437123
Different anon but my vote is for the EdT.

>>12437162
Can confirm longevity for Sauvage is generally excellent.
>Iso E Super
You mean Ambroxan, which is the primary scent molecule in Sauvage
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What are the differences/pros & cons between an edp spray and a perfume oil roller of this stuff, or in general?
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>>12437123
Go for edt anon
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>>12436657
I thought women were supposed to have good senses of smell.
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>>12436004
Granted I live in the Midwest, I have never met anyone that knew what Aventus was...or any fragrance other than what they or their significant other wears/wore.

I also don't go out much so my experience is probably useless.
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>>12432735
>>12432481
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>>12436056
I have a sample of this and a bottle of the Amber Narguile. I didn't think that one smelled like the other but they're definitely same genre. Prive is actually not bad, much better than plain 1M. Maybe a little darker and spicier than the Amber. If the market weren't already flooded with gourmand oriental night-out scents, it would be something pretty special.
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>>12437296
They do, it's just pretty damn difficult for anyone to pick out particular frags. I know frags very well and I can only very rarely pick out specific fragrances on other people.

>>12437298
You've got the right idea. Very, very few people know fragrances terribly well. 95% of people go to the department store and basically just buy whatever the sales lady pushes on them.

Fragheads think wearing a popular fragrance will get people making fun of them or some shit, but the reality is you're extremely unlikely to find someone who wears the same fragrance as you, even if it is popular, let alone someone who can identify what you're wearing by scent alone.

Keep in mind also, body chemistry can make the same frag smell very different on different people, which also makes it hard to pick out what scent someone is wearing, even if it's one you're very familiar with.
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>>12437255
A dab/roller is for more discreet and controlled placement and will generally last a much longer time than a sprayer of the same quantity.

As for edp vs oil, the latter will generally be more concentrated, but may not actually perform better than the edp.

It really comes down to personal preference in application imo.
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>>12437395
I'm not lying when I say out of the three times i've worn it in public, it has been recognized as creed aventus by 1 girl every time. Of course this is just coincidence but it shows people know what it is
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WHAT IS THIS SHIT

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>12437604
Well that ain't right...

I'd contact them and find out what's up.
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>>12434501

I think he does have a pretty good job but I'm kind of guessing his parents are also very loaded and he has a trust fund or something like that.
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>>12437604
Lel, I remember one time when I ordered Nikes online it took the literally less ten 38h from Vietnam to my doorstep in Poland. One of the few "the future is now" moment for me
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>>12437626
didnt he have a job in marketing or something like that?
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Anyone know where I can get a sample of Mark Birley Charles Street?
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>>12437510
Assuming you live in a big city in the first world?
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>>12437604
>GA>FL>KY>FL>KY>CANADA>FL
Gotta be USPS. Government in action.
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What's your favorite summer/spring frags? Need to find something to replace ck One.

Male btw
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>>12437852
yeah, it was on super busy nights out too so that made it way more likely to happen. still i was gobsmacked that so many people knew what aventus is and can freakin recognise it on someone else (well cdnmi).
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>>12437903
>What's your favorite summer/spring frags
GIT
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>>12437936
While I am not one to say everyone who talks up a frag is a shill, Aventus has been shilled in to the spotlight.
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>>12433104
you are one dense motherfucker mate
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>>12437950
I agree, to me It's just a really good masculine scent but it doesn't honestly do it for me like some other fragrances.
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>>12437950
I really don't get the Aventus hype. Creed makes much better fragrances. MI gets me much better reactions than Aventus ever has.
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>>12437936
Oh and forgot to mention that Aventus was one of only two instances of someone (in this case, our waiter) saying they recognized my scent. He didn't name it, but he said I smelled just like his boss at his other job. I've been told I smell good many times, but the only other time I've been told I smell LIKE someone was when this Brazilian girl said I smelled like her dad. Guerlain Vetiver. Wasn't in a weird way; was actually kind of hot...
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>>12437959
I don't like MI. Sweet, fruity, and kinda boring. I wish I liked it based on some of the stories in here. Same with Sauvage, although that I actually think it smells gross.
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>>12437950
I'm one of those "people," but all I did was test it once because of the hype.
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>>12438013
And in so doing I added to the hype.
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>>12437957
no
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>>12438024
ok
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Is it me or Noir de Noir smells right between Black Aoud and Voleur de Rose

Or at least it smells like a better Voleur de Rose to me
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>>12438004
I don't find it all that sweet, personally. Has a lot of fruit and that rich orange note, but also has a tangy saltiness and muskiness and marine notes. Doesn't smell like a linear fruity scent to me.
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my biggest mistake was to fall for the OPUS meme

I could have tried all these actual amouage fragrances instead but i traded them for OPUS garbage
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When I smell a good new fragrance all I want to do is buy more samples

I easily see myself spending thousands of $ on samples
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>>12438035
No it's not THAT sweet but that's all I really get from it. Smells like a nice but generic designer frag that should cost much less. It doesn't seem to go anywhere on my skin. Maybe if I smelled it on someone else I'd like it more.
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>>12438246
Fair enough. Different frags work differently for different people.
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anyone tried this?
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>>12438273
Have a few unum on my list but haven't gotten to them yet, sorry.
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>>12438620
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>>12436306
If you want to literally smell like the sea then Sel Marin is the only answer. Smells like salt and seaweed
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