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Dior Homme Eau for Men (2014)
by Christian Dior


Dior Homme Eau for Men information

Year of Launch2014
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 155 votes)

People and companies

HouseChristian Dior
PerfumerFrançois Demachy
Parent CompanyLVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton

About Dior Homme Eau for Men

Dior Homme Eau for Men is a masculine fragrance by Christian Dior. The scent was launched in 2014 and the fragrance was created by perfumer François Demachy

Dior Homme Eau for Men fragrance notes

Reviews of Dior Homme Eau for Men

One of my most favorite, go-to reliable scents in recent times!!

I am a fan of the original Dior Homme, which I had purchased soon after its original release over ten years ago. Dior Homme Eau takes that great oriental scent and refines it even more - the iris and cedar notes act to reinforce the smooth and sweet character of the original. From application to drydown to the whole wear cycle (lasts a very long time on me), DHE never fails to inject a pleasant, relaxing aura that's perfect for informal occasions.

Big thumbs up for this well-crafted flanker! ;^>
05th January, 2017
Bergamot and Grapefruit sounds very lively and active and yet Dior managed to dilute these two notes with iris. I dont have anything against the iris note but being overpowered by the iris note makes it smell more diluted considering the bubbliness of the mentioned citrus notes. Dior should change the name of this fragrance from Dior Homme to Dior Diluted.

If Dior goals to get the mass market hooked with this new flanker, they have succeeded. But this scent will be remembered just for that - a flanker. A flanker devoid of soul or identity with it in the spotlight for a moment until it goes back to the perfume back burn of many perfume afficionados. To Dior's consolation, I prefer this to Bleu de Chanel. Then again, I will never get caught wearing this one.
15th November, 2016
This has its place in my "work wardrobe".
It isn't an adventurous romp through a carrot patch like some iris accords I've met, but it's a barely detectable, pleasant fragrance that fits when in close quarters with "normies".
11th October, 2016
Nice first part, not so nice second part.

The first part is reminiscent of the original DH and DHI with that lovely powdery, smooth iris prominent. This time though it is lighter and supported by fresh citrus and coriander. It's a nice start.

I find the second part overly synthetic compared to the first, unfortunately. The iris disappeared and I was left with a non-descript but unnatural smelling woody-floral dry down that I've smelled many times before. Maybe that was the intention when DHE was conceived: a more accessible, recognisable and versatile Dior Homme. It is not an accord I like, however.

I'm in the minority for not loving this but I still consider DHE to be a competent perfume. It's development however left me wishing for more. That second part just isn't for me.
01st October, 2016 (last edited: 02nd October, 2016)
Aquatic/fresh fragrance and classy at the same time. Not able to determine the top note and that makes it a good composition. Nice bootle.
25th September, 2016
No hesitation in giving this scent a BIG thumbs up.

This is a great scent that seems like it was made for autumn, not so light but not cloying like the Dior Hommes that came before it. When I wear this I feel as if I'm just not trying so hard like I do when I wear Dior's Homme, Guerlain's LIDGE and other mainstream scents that are nice but a little too stuffy for me.

As for longevity, I guess my skin just loves to hold fragrances a little longer than that of other reviewers. Does it radiate? I think it does, rather well.
17th September, 2016

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