Not much to say here, this was the first fragrance I owned as a teenager. Cheap, pleasant, but also slightly forgettable. It does the job of being a light, inoffensive lemony fresh spray upon initial application, which settles into a sweet, almost powdery dry down. Not bad, nor groundbreaking but that's about it.
This gets a low rating from me only because it could have been better, but it seems the perfumer here was hell bent on being just synthetic. It really smells like plastic flowers. The benefit is that when you need to rise above the odor of mass-humanity, this is an express train out. I have sampled other full-on synthetics that interplay with notes like leather for example (Canali Style); Effusion plays with vanilla, vetiver and spice. Don a crisp white shirt and khakis or denim and this will fit nicely. Works well for office use too.
A sporty and dynamic woody/floral in the vein of the various Lanvin Pour Homme and Joop Nightflight (far better), with a notable minty/anicy fruity accord. The green apple application is typical of several sporty juices as in this case. I smell an orange/grapefruit mastering interaction, a lot of woodiness (a starring cedarwood), some dustiness and a cool bracing patchouli. Nothing particularly wrong with this decent fragrance which is just an immensely common type of smell nowadays.
A light and airy scent with notes of anise and black pepper running through it. Very much in a similar vein to Lanvin's Oxygene. Doesn't project particularly well, nor is it very long lasting. It is however fairly pleasant and inoffensive and would make a decent office fragrance. Unfortunately it is also nothing out of the ordinary and you can definitely get better for the price.
Eh, nothing much to say about this. Leaves a spicy cedarwood accord on your skin for a while.
Starts off smelling quite nice..... and then Swish!!! U smell nothing anymore!! It lasts for about half an hour or less.