A sweeter, fruiterer version of Bleu de Chanel. Decent but not remarkable.
Smells amazing however I'm convinced this doesn't last at all with my chemistry. (The paper lasted 6+ hours, on me and my clothing 2+ hours) Sweet, fresh woody opening and degrades into a... sweet woodsy citrusy scent. I see parts of this to like but the longevity on me gives this a thumbs down. This isn't Rabanne's style at all, it's not obnoxious enough!
Nice grapefruit opening though.
Lasts long. A transparent vanilla/gourmand that feels better than Rochas Man (which I do like, sans chocolate notes). Three sprays lasts all day for an American warm spring day. It does feels "messy" however it makes me keep smelling it to figure out what's going on with it. Several people have complimented positively on it.
Get L'eau D'Issey instead.
B*Men, aged for ten years.
Too light. Not enough florals. Too similar to many things offered these days. But then again, it's from 1991, who's to expect ingenuity? A man could wear this without too much suspicion.
Wait for the discount stores to eat this fruity berry up. It'll be worth it then!
There's a great acronym that was used in the production of Star Trek the Next Generation. It was "GNDN" and it was used to label panels. It means "goes nowhere, does nothing".
Weak sauce. More floral than a simple patchouli scent. Has a strange "freshness" to it that I've detected in the rest of the line. So far, this is not my favorite.
A simple, light, fresh and clean fragrance from the early 90's. Lasted pretty long on me. Otherwise, not much of note.
Oh goody, a lily fragrance. Reminds me of Donna Karan's Gold. Yeah very nice lily, that expected pepperiness of other lily fragrances. Yup. *nods*
-an hour later-
Wow, is this really the same fragrance? Seriously? This drydown is AMAZING. a dry, woodsy oakmoss. For a while, I couldn't find the fragrance but I kept smelling something amazing and, in fact, wondered if I had spilled my bottle of Homme de Gres somewhere because the drydown smelled eerily similar. Figured out it was this that I had sprayed just a little bit on my wrist.
It's clear and clean. A light greenish, herbal middle and a musky base. Nice and fresh.
Pepper, pepper, pepper! And cedarwoods. (Actually a molecule called Iso E Super) And it's not overly boisterous about the whole thing either.
If you like Terre d'Hermes but think it's too much, you should like this. They share similar bases and Bang is lighter.
A nice, light, sweet leather and vanilla. Also rose. It has some similarities to its namesake but it really is a scent of its own.
Ignore the name, I don't know why "Sport" is here other than the fact it is a light scent.
A dry, spicy drydown ensues with more vanilla.
Interesting mix of greasy woods and grounded herbs to make an aquatic scent to smell like dirt and ozone.
Simply put, a lighter, smoother version of the wonderful Antaeus. Less herbal and more woodsy with a different sandalwood note. Also of note, towards the end, Antaeus Sport smells a lot like Versailles pour Homme by Jean Desprez's styrax.
A green tobacco accord is the crux of the entire fragrance. The opening is quite sharp (bergamot and yuzu I assume) but tit fades into a very pleasant tobacco and coffee accord over a light woods. Not sweet at all. Average longevity and sillage; a couple of sprays is all you need. I like it in the fact that it is not another clean and fresh scent.
The nose behind this really knows how to make good sweet scents without them being too powerful.
Custo Man starts off with a powdery, soft lemon and sweet vanilla. Reminds me a lot of a Le Male summer variant or like Boucheron pour Homme. The drydown is a pleasant aura of the opening vanilla and some tonka bean and a little musk. The longevity is really good for me.
I really like it, however the (current) $80 price tag hinders an impulse buy just from a sample alone.
This is a classic fougere structure with a dab of honey. Hugo Boss does quite a few "fresh, fruity, clean" scents for young men but it savvy enough to keep this classic on the market. The oakmoss and musk really hits you at first but the honey and lavender take over for a sweet and sharp accord until the oakmoss comes back. This is a "light" powerhouse-style fragrance.
With a blast of grapefruit, Burberry Sport opens with a tenacious citrus accord that opens your eyes. Dries down into a ginger and cedarwoods accord. Great warm weather cologne.
A sweet ambery, woodsy and slightly fresh scent. Starts off sweet and has notes of tobacco and a faint dark roast coffee. The tobacco is persistent throughout and its longevity is pretty good. I like it.
opening ins Old Spice and the drydown is Old Spice with vanilla. Very linear scent but smells OK... if you like Old Spice.
Fresh and clean and smells a hell of a lot like the infamous Aqua di Gio (fresh, clean smelling laundry) but much more woodsier. I quite like it but it's a "pick-me up" kind of scent, not really a daily wear.
Highly more enjoyable than the edt. It's got a smokey essence to it that the edt does not have. Also of difference is the "orange peel" note is radically changed to be smoother and not so sharp. Go easy since it's quite strong to begin with. I did not like the original but quite like the parfum.
A heavy, aquatic woods with a HUGE grapefruit and pepper opening. Good longevity on me especially with the sandalwood base. Stay classy, Chanel.
Wow. This is actually pretty good... for a fresh scent. It's a little spicy and a little effervescent but very effective in being a clean fresh scent amongst all the others of its kind out there. It even has a very slight hint of floral.
Hello ladies! I'm a bottle of sweet green aquatic floral shampoo. Care to purchase me? Oh. Oh my no! That's a dollar bill, you'll need A HUNDRED TIME MORE THAN THAT! Whoa hey wait! Where are you going? Why are you walking over to Bath and Body Works? They don't got nothing like me over there. Ah, I'm so lonely.
A more subtle version. Gentleman turns down the vanilla a bit and lets some herbs and pepper take over the overall shape of the fragrance. I liken this to Burberry Brit but not as powdery or as strong.
A spicy, fresh vetiver. Starts off brazen with spices (notably ginger and pepper) with a bit of fruitiness. Mellows down into a vetiver with light spices and a bit of a bittersweet note. Then the vetiver loses all its scent and you are left with a transparent spicy accord that's... soapy.
Not bad, I've been wearing it as a daily wear for slightly chilly days.
As an aside, I'm disappointed that JV didn't stick with the usual bottle design.
Not bad, not great. Kinda creamy and sweet with a woodsy freshness to it. To bad it's fleeting. Similarities to Versace Eau Fraiche are pretty close. Eau Fraiche stays with you longer but is a little weaker and cleaner, not as creamy. Blue Seduction is just a touch stronger in projection and sweeter.