You need to let this sit for awhile so your skin can absorb it before you judge it, because it is pretty unique. Starts off with a pretty generic sweet apple and cinnamon opening, but after a few minutes it starts getting interesting.
It's hard to put a label on this because it's sort of a melange of woody, spicy, oriental, leather and green scents. It gets less sweet as time goes on, and you can smell the light wood and spicy notes flitting in and out for hours, on top of a smooth leathery, oriental base. The base notes are silky and oily, but not very sweet, and I like that.
What's best about Signature is how transparent it is. It projects very well, but the cloud of scent around you is never heavy; it's more like small wisps of wood, spicy and dry fruity note float around you.
Longevity is also very good, so this is good value. Thumbs up!
MY RATING: 8/10
A sweet, rich and creamy fragrance which to my nose is very reminiscent of Black XS. It doesn't quite have the projection or staying power of the Paco Rabanne scent; however both are above average and are pretty good when the price is taken into account. A good effort from Avon and a fragrance that punches above its weight.