Originally Posted by mumsy
I often do a highly detailed perfume analysis as a gift for friends just for pure perfumers interest. It is very surprising how what you think is varied taste is actually not at all. Ask any friend or do one yourself. Write a list of all the perfumes you have ever worn as staples or really love. Then possibly add a few if you liked them but not so much. Look up your notes and the real story will unfold in front of your very eyes. It has never failed to surprise me yet and I have done loads of them.
Well, I'm back after a (forced) holiday of two months...All I can say is be very careful not to irritate the moderators. They have the power of life and death on Basenotes.
With Summer coming, I have been to the department stores looking over the fragrances. Those who follow my posts on Basenotes know I have been a staunch niche fragrance fan. True they are harder to find, and more expensive, but you will not smell like everyone else, and the scent usually lasts all day.
Originally Posted by L'Homme Blanc Individuel
Originally Posted by jhoefen
Caron third man. Musky, fruity (in a non-citrus sort of way)
I have a sample of this one on the way and I'm looking forward to it! I didn't realize the base gets musky. I've only had the chance to smell it once, which means I got nothing but top notes - which I did enjoy!
Have you tried Voyage d'Hermes? It's a citrus with a white musk that works very well in summer. I bought a bottle in Bali and it seemed pretty much perfect.
Hey basenoters wanted to ask you a quick question. I came across a what appears to be a vintage bottle of Dior Homme Sport(black collar) at a local perfume shop. As soon as I seen the black label i thought "wow vintage sport". Obviously they did not know that and I end up getting it for $65 for a 100ml, and I must say I am absolutely blown away by thois fragrance. My question to you guys is which version do you prefer and are there any major differences between the two?