This is a fruity, fresh scent nothing like the bottle would portray. It is synthetic but more clean fresh berry than sickly sweet syrup. It stays fairly linear on me and just goes away rather than dry down. It reminds me of a lighter, better Joop. I think it works in all weather and situations save for a suit and tie. It might come off as too juvenile in business attire. I would buy another bottle and think this one is fairly unique for a fresh youthful scent.
I didn't love it, and I don't think I hated it. There was always something off-putting about the sweet first blast (was that the raspberry and grapefruit?) but it seemed to settle into something else. Great marketing though, with the cloth condom, bold font and exploiting Diesel's brand and image; I was still waiting for that essence of sexy mechanic covered in grease and gasoline to come through... but it never did.
Turin gave it four stars and called it a "modern fougere."
I call it putrid - sharp, bitter oud, as repulsive and off-putting a fragrance as I have ever encountered.
Douse yourself with real diesel gasoline - you'll smell a lot better.
Not good at all, but better than using this vile stuff.
This DIESEL EDT non a common example.When i tested this i dident actually like it because it was like a sharp smell and was not pleasant to my nose too.I think it is one of those scents that people either Hate or Love it.
The first smell is Strange and Strong.I found it refreshing and Different from a lot of other modern scent.The effect of it is like a bomb!Well balanced and Young.
Perfect for when you are in a PERKY mood.ideal for a modern YOUNG man and a Smoker man too.Suitable for most seasons but Nothing similar to what i expect because I like my fragrance to be Little more Kindly and Supple.
If you are a fan STRONG scents and are looking for something UNIQUE this might be your new fragrance but if you are headache susceptible and have problem with Strong and Rude scent neccessarily be careful with this one.
Lonegvity?The Part Best this one for me as is really salubrious on my skin.
Fuel for Life is a sweet, fruity fougère that’s not too far removed from the Green Irish Tweed/Cool Water clan, made distinct by an unusually smooth and creamy texture. (The heliotrope?) Like many of this ilk, it has a chemical overtone, but it’s less distracting here than in some other examples of the breed. Despite its tough guy packaging, Fuel for Life is a very affable fragrance with moderate projection and reasonable lasting power. Its development is more-or-less linear, so if you enjoy it when it goes on, you’ll probably still enjoy it three hours later. All told I think Fuel for Life is a versatile, pleasant, if somewhat utilitarian, fragrance. If you like this sort of thing you could do much worse.