Turtle Vetiver Front (2012)
    by LesNez

    Average Rating: 4

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    Turtle Vetiver Front Fragrance notes

    Vetiver, Coconut lactone, Moss, Ambergris

    Turtle Vetiver Front information

    Turtle Vetiver Front is a women's fragrance by LesNez. The scent was launched in 2012

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    Jack Hunter's avatar

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    On first application to my skin I'm getting a very woody and strong vetiver note. Now the vetiver is very earthy and raw without anything else getting in the way.

    After time passes the vetiver becomes more mossy and smoky and settles down fast. It's very good if you like raw straight up vetiver fragrances. But it does not quite live up to the glorious raw pungent opening.

    A very good no frills raw vetiver that opens like a dragon and settles on your skin like a puppy. lol... Thumbs up though!

    24th May, 2014

    AlHamr's avatar

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    Oh yeah, what a ride!

    But for something that starts with such a bang, it settles down very quickly very close to the skin and longevity is disappointing on me. I think this might be because it really is not much else but vetiver. At very close quarters it does linger almost imperceptibly though, but for something with such a big opening it feels like a bit of an anticlimax.

    My quest for the perfect vetiver continues. For everyday I'll keep the Guerlain, but for sheer (albeit short-lived) earthy pungency and authenticity, Turtle wins.

    25th July, 2012 (Last Edited: 02nd August, 2012)

    furrypine's avatar

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    Very monochromatic, it's vetiver front, back, up and down. And little else. It's a little too one-note for me.

    02nd May, 2012

    Balvon's avatar

    Lithuania Lithuania

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    I love it..amazing scent! Raw vetiver! Unisex?!! Yes!

    15th March, 2012

    Marais's avatar

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    I count myself as a vetiver-fan but this one had me running back sobbing to Papa Guerlain, begging for forgiveness. A loud, raw, rooty vetiver, reminiscent of those of MPG (Route du Vetiver) and Villoresi, but with an ill-blended, bolted-on iodinous marine algal component (like you find in Goutal's Vetiver, only amplified). The latter ruined it for me; I felt like the Creature from the Swamp, only more self-conscious, and was relieved to finally wash it off. Longevity and sillage: too good.

    14th March, 2012 (Last Edited: 15th March, 2012)

    Dernier_Cri's avatar

    United States United States

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    So you love vetiver? Then you have to try this. Out of the box this is vetiver in all it's glory exuding it's relentless, captivating, smoky, mulchy, rooty aura. I keep a little bottle of Elizabeth Van Buren Vetiver distillate (for reference only) on a shelf next to the pickled mushrooms. Turtle Vetiver Front has more of the character of this particular vetiver "oil" than any other vetiver-centered blended fragrance I have sampled. The oil is not wearable as a body scent. TVF certainly is. Turtle Vetiver Front also calls strongly to mind Lyn Harris' Vetiver Bourbon, one of the great perfume loves of my wasted life. TVF dries down to quiet elegance. Moss and ambergris contribute. There's a very mild mustiness like a sweet mildew that lurks in the drydown. It adds interest here rather than detracts. Overall any exceptional thing.

    07th March, 2012

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