Reviews by Francoise_Papiran

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    Blu pour Homme by Bulgari

    Bvlgari Blv it's somewhat sportier, seductive, sexy and fresher than the original Bvlgari Pour Homme. There's a very unique note in this fragrance that I can't place; very mysterious aura that is hard to describe. When it dries down it's slightly powdery but still sensual. The only downside is that it doesn't last too long (some 4-5 hours of lasting power) but this is a truly superior product and have a cool bottle too.

    25 January, 2006

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    Acqua di Giò pour Homme by Giorgio Armani

    What can I say about Acqua di Watermelon by G. Armani? If you want to smell this crap, you'd better sniff quick! Lasts about 15 minutes… Armani has many problems with the longevity of his fragances !!!

    This is the most overrated and overpriced cologne ever and I can't see why it is because it leaves an awful sour melon smell on your skin. I think it’s the jasmine that does that without the jasmine it would probably be decent. It's a very common, bland scent that everyone on the planet wears.

    25 January, 2006

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    Envy for Men by Gucci

    Very superb cologne; elegant, sophisticated, sexy, long lasting, attractive and sober. Masculinity at its best. Simply top notch cologne.

    The drydown on this is the best I've encountered and smells like a different (even better) cologne after a good 10 minutes. This fragrance has a spicy undernote that transforms into a sublime fragrance. Amazing drydown of incense and vanilla, spiced up by nutmeg and some other warm notes.

    Better recommended for evening wear or romantic time but if you work at a formal environment (suit wear), use it if you feel comfortable (one sprit is sufficient).

    24 January, 2006

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