There are 36 reviews of Must de Cartier.
First: yes, it is true. It smells like CK's Obsession for women.
Second: yes, it is somehow different. Why? No idea. At first smell, it is not so brash, less bold, more complex, you name it, than CK's. Now, just compare Calvin Klein and Cartier, make up for qualities associated with these brands and you will find enough reasons to conclude that C is much better than CK. In terms of fragrances I cannot attest as to how true this is, I am in no mood, nor have the resources for conducting a blind product test that would, in a conclusive fashion, tell us if this is so or not. In the meantime, take my word (or bash it, feel free to do it) C's Must feels better than CK's Obsession.
Now, let's go to the point...
"Dear Basenoters, can Must de Cartier for Women be worn by men?"
- Indeed, ol' chap! Wear what you want, just make sure you feel comfortable. Cheer-ohs!
- Of course not, are you **** out of your mind!!! There are some notes in Must's blend that are widely used in women's perfumes that will make you feel you are in drag, unless you like that, which is 100 % fine if your are happy with zat.
- Of course you can, just make sure to layer it with some patchouli, dude. Peace and love...
- Yap, you can layer it with some old fashioned musk - not Galaxolide, please. It does not mix well with Bvlgari Black (which, BTW, is my Galaxolide heaven).
- Apply it two hourse before leaving home, the drydown is heaven. Besides, your maid will thank you for she won't have to air the rooms. Must will do it for her.
- Did you try layerin git with Men's Must?
Whatever. I enjoy it. No I did not try to layer it with Men's Must. But the rest of the suggestions did work fine.
Said drag? Sorry, not my cup o'tea. But it does feel like it... sometimes, ehem.
Pros: Not at all...
Cons: Yes, it is...
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