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Blamage (2014)
by Nasomatto

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Blamage information

Year of Launch2014
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 24 votes)

People and companies

HouseNasomatto
PerfumerAlessandro Gualtieri

About Blamage

Blamage is a shared / unisex perfume by Nasomatto. The scent was launched in 2014 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Alessandro Gualtieri

Reviews of Blamage

I get dry woods, the usual synthetic oud note and white florals that give me a slight soapy note. The high pitched beginning with dried woods shifts to a sweet vanilla and white musk base; the scent gets sweeter, less scratchy, less woody, less soapy, but with the floral lingering there in the background. The late dry down is a soft and creamy vanilla that feels somehow gourmand-ish. It is nice, but not something special. What I really do like is the bottle, especially the cap.
03rd November, 2016
To go short, Blamage smells like a blamage... His perfumes are getting tiresome- instead of trying some get some finesse in his perfumes, he just goes on with the 'on-steroids' kind of scentprofiles. Loud screaming synthetics, mixed in a slobby fashion- give people no time to smell what actually is going on. And then pack it in fancy bottles and packaging, (which is very cleverly done btw)and sell in at insane crazy over the top prizes. In my opinion Alessandro Gualtieri is doing a better job in marketing than in making perfumes. But in the end, his perfumes are 'famous' and sell like hell, so he is doing something very good.
25th December, 2015
I keep re-trying Blamage because I actually quite like the topnotes. It's essentially a pleasant artificial wood smell with vanilla in the background making it sweet. Unfortunately, it's built on a rather cheap-smelling "woody amber" aquatic base, which I really don't like. Meh.
26th October, 2015
Emoe Show all reviews
United Kingdom
ok, enough of the sad degredation of Nasomatto Blamage!
either this is an utterly amazing marketing strategy, or seriously, they havent a freaking clue what they made!
either way, its not at all bad whatsoever.

if you like Pardon, Black Afgano and Absinthe, then there is no reason this wouldnt be nice to you. i think everyone has reviewed this, with the expectation that its going to be some ground breaking new idea that knocks the rocks off anything ever smelled.

keeping it real, its typical nasomatto. oily attar style fragrance that has more linger than a drunk mans flatulence! they all have legs, and they all have that unadulterated longevity and strength. its so so similar in ways to other nasomattos, i get hints of black afgano, some of pardon, but then its all melded down a little smoother. yes, perhaps if you swayed this way, it could be considered verging on the femme line, but its in now way floral and firmly seated there.

due to the cost of such a small amount, its not everyones cup of tea, and id certainly advise a sample before spending out, however, i did that and now own a Full Size.

oh, the only complaint is, the cap in all the pictures is a reall raggedy knotty bit of wood, but my bottle came with a dissapointingly smooth piece! it is real wood though!!
14th August, 2015
A powdery, soapy and woody fragrance that would probably be popular with the younger crowd. The only thing is the younger crowd won't pay the price that is being asked for. Soapy wood would be two good words to sum this one up. I also get a light green note in there as well. Not a bad fragrance by any means. Just wish the bottle was bigger. 7.5
24th March, 2015
To me it is a cheap version of Comme des Garcons 2 with some bells and whistles. Which is quite disappointing since this was one of my most awaited perfumes of 2014. Nasomatto line have had its time, and it is only for the best that it's finally over.
08th August, 2014

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