Recently try it at MW.
If you try it, what is your thoughts on it? I found it to be very distinct and pleasant to wear.
MW describe this:This daring and refined fragrance by Joseph Abboud has top notes of grapefruit and clary sage grounded by bottom notes of exotic Haitian vetiver.
Eau de toilette
3.4 fl. oz.
Made in USA with Foreign Components
Thank you all
Originally Posted by Mistertaz
The one fragrance I will never be without...
Others I would try to always keep in my collection...
PdE Ambre Russe (Amber)
HdP Noir Patchouli (Patchouli)
Dior Privée Leather Oud (Wood)
TF Noir de Noir (Rose)
Chanel Sycomore (Vetiver)
SL Chergui (Tobacco)
SL Fille en Aiguilles (Pine)
Amouage Jubilation XXV (Incense)
Wow... I'm actually impressed I managed to get it down to
Originally Posted by NickZee
There's a very real difference between something that SMELLS natural and something that IS natural. Naturals are inferior to high quality synthetics and I will try to explain why.
A natural ingredient is very complex, so some facets will reflect the beautiful door the relevant note is famous for, while other facets will carry bitterness, earthiness and other elements that the perfumer or the user don't want to be there. High quality synthetics address this problem by separating
Who doesn't love a good functional fragrance?
Anyway, The Eau from NIVEA , pictured above with items in the gift set. I am enjoying the concept aesthetic.The little white tin feels niche ... functional niche in that the packaging is overtly clever and design. As is the round, white ceramic purse spray (?) (30ml) which is appealing and quite thoroughly functional, albeit statementy.
The scent is a surprisingly well put-together MUGUET
Since the year 2013, Raihaan The Oudh Shop has been in the business of delivering 100% agar wood products. Oudh is better known as Dhan al Oudh, Gharu , Eaglewood, Aloes wood and by many other native names.
Unlike any other Oudh and Bukhur retailer, Raihaan The Oudh Shop began with a different path, swaying it from the commercial grade fragrances that flood the market today. For Oudh enthusiasts such as us, it has always been a point of focus to refine our products and develop them in a way
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