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Neutral Reviews of Diavolo by Antonio Banderas

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Brisk, lemony opening that mellows to a slightly warmer "roses and woods" sort of base that is fairly masculine. I really don't get spice or patchouli/sandalwood. This presents a fairly pedestrian and unremarkable fragrance that probably has it's place in the market and certainly would be suitable for most men's wardrobe as an everyday or "work" scent as it is inoffensive and inexpensive. Longevity is quite short, less than 4 hours before this breaks down to an indiscernible soapy scent than nothing.
04th April, 2012
I agree that it's much like Fahrenheit w/ out the petroleum note. It's also a bit more herbal. It opens up very much like Lucky #6, and as Lucky #6 does, it instantly resembles the Fahrenheit opening. Though it quickly dries down into a green, patchouli, pink pepper, sandalwood, and musk, that's rather pleasant, although very close to the skin. Longevity and projection are both a shame on this. I do prefer it to Lucky #6 though, as it maintains its "Fahrenheit-ness" so to speak, for a much longer period than #6 does. Not my favorite from the AB house, but a good cheapy that doesn't smell too much like everything else.
31st December, 2011
I've received a bottle of after shave as a gift. It is not bad, a light lemony, flowery almost no spice and bitterness. It can very well be a unisex fragrance. Sometimes it reminds me sillage of some of the fragrances of Creed but a very soft sillage compared to the sillage of Creed. It is just good for smelling nice at home after shaving. Nothing more than that.
27th May, 2007
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Not really bad but not really good either...i definitely have smelled worst things out there...i can imagine a 40 something woman using this..a woman who wants to smell kinda nice, for a short while cause it doesn't last and in the end it's a forgettable scent. But at least it doesn't skink...they should sell this in parfum to see if it can last longer.
12th December, 2005