less than ordinary
I have either bought a fake(Iam sure I have not as it was from Escentual) or the most boring scent ever.Sweet,cloying with melon hints.Dont bother with this one.
Pros: interesting bottle
Cons: just like any other cheap frag you might find in the pound shop
It's not green, it's blue.
Fresh, shampoo gel, aquatic, calone- style thing with a flinty drydown. Reminds me of Joop Splash a bit. It's pleasant, wearable and inoffensive and is obviously an attempt at a mainstream fragrance for CDG. Lasts about 20-30 minutes or so.
Despite a green bottle, a green name, and claims to have green notes it's really very, very BLUE and is essentially an AQUATIC fragrance with very few detectable green elements.
Good grief, I see 'dew mist' as well as 'gunpowder' is listed as a note in this fragrance.
This fragrance does seem like an attempt from Comme Des Garçons to make a mainstream scent could be considered too 'safe' that but it is done very well imo. More masculine than unisex. Similar to CK Crave & TH Loud in the opening but done better and longer lasting.
Kind of disappointed in this fragrance. Extremely safe and commercial for CdG and that makes me sad. I sure hope Rei and the rest of CdG's perfume team aren"t going soft on us. It's just a sweet, lush, and of course green fragrance that is reminiscent of really any teeny-bopper, fruity scent that you could find anywhere and everywhere in that case. No gunpowdery, green peppery smell here. Just basic.
It starts of as a quite generic smelling fresh sort of aquatic fragrance and then it dies down completely, almost to nothing. After a few hours it comes awake again and the vetiver then comes out and it stays like that for a long time. Even after washing I can still smell a nice mild vetiver on my arm almost 12 hours after a small spray! Like Wonderwood then it has fantastic longevity. I would classify this as a mild vetiver scent that you really have to be patient with in order to get the mild blast of vetiver it hides. I think most people don't have the patience and somehow you expect something different from CDG. Not bad but not amazing as promised.