Nice grass freshness a bit sweetness but then dries down to a peppery base which its
too much for my taste.
But a good creation for sure.
So how many noses does it take to make a boring fragrance? Three, if 212 is any indicator. This thoroughly generic “fresh” woody scent offers absolutely nothing to distinguish itself from any of another hundred or so similar offerings. It starts out with some bergamot, moves on to powdery woods, and dries down to the kind of fuzzy-sweet wood/amber base that must come in 200 gallon vats. Meh.
A little on the synthetic side but still love it
Great summer scent. The projection is heavy IMO and the longevity is out of this world ESPECIALLY if on clothes. In the mornings i will hit my pulse points and will still smell it on my clothes 3 days later even though they've been sitting in a hamper.
Dries down to a nice mellow scent. Can't be beat for the money.
Pros: Nice clean sweet smell, longevity, great projection
Cons: synthetic opening"
when this first came out i was a fan, fresh yet plastic but clean, mostly for synthetic lovers i guess.. not mad now about this, but it used to push some buttons in the past ; pretty signature too.
09th May, 2013 (last edited: 12th May, 2013)
off putting scent. highly synthetic. I mark the launch of 212 with the decline of fragrances. since then most of the designers started a trend of synthetic scents.