First, the bad: This fragrance just might have the worst name of any current designer release. Even here, on basenotes, the name is incorrect. It isn't "Allure Homme Sport Cologne." It is, quite horribly, Allure Homme Sport Cologne Sport. The name is awful. If you google it, you're going to constantly get links for AHS, which many mistakenly call "Allure Homme Sport cologne."
Now, the good: Let's talk about what really matters. How does it smell? How does it wear? On both counts, I think it's fantastic. It begins with a tart lemon but turns soft and sweet as it evolves on skin, but it never becomes too sweet. It also lacks the gummy character most of the Allure line has which is a turn off for me. In fact, AHSCS doesn't remind me of Allure at all. And the longevity is surprisingly good for a citrus cologne. I dare say it's excellent.
The only thing that keeps me from buying a bottle of AHSCS is the size and price. Is this really only available in a 5oz size? Yikes. That prices it above most designers, though you get a lot more juice. If Chanel sold a 50ml, I'd probably buy it.
Is probably the least needed fragrance of the Allure line. It only comes in a big bottle of cologne strength. Was probably made to spray yourself with, play around of golf or tennis and then go to the showers. I get the scent of peppered lemons. A truly decadent fragrance.
To me, this along with DHS are the best fragrances alimonadas designer market. Fantastic. Great quality, great performance on the skin, but I feel that something is missing. Recognize how good she is, so a thumbs up.
That's a wonderful take on citrus!! But it has nothing to do with Allure Homme. It's just plain lemony juice. Suitable for both men and woman. Average lasting power, sillage and projection.
A really well made citrusy fragance.
Lasts about 6 hours on me and for this kind of fragance, this is a record.
I LOVE IT!!!!