I get woods and juniper, sandalwood and spice. I classic fragrance. Dated in that it "smells like the 80's" but heck, I have Eternity and Polo...
Curve For Men by Liz Claiborne, 1996
Rated #418 in Fragrances
For the price you have to pay for this stuff (almost nothing) it is worth having imo! The smell is very pleasant and has a little of many. It smells green, mossy, woodsy, floral and a little spicy. To me it is a soft but noticable fragrance with decent longevity (5-6 hrs) and a quite inoffensive smell which makes it perfect of office use and other people quite like the smell of it. I won't rebuy it but but for as long as I have my 75ml I will enoy it now and then! Perfect for fall and spring. Thumbs up for an excellent quailty to price! Rating: 7/10
Agreement with all of the positive reviews here. This is a great scent in all respects; well-blended, layered, longevity, projection, etc. Seems to be a Fall/Winter-type scent for me.
The Original Curve... A classic fragrance and a "steal of a deal".... Curve comes out of the bottle with notes of floral, spice, and woods. Definitely a masculine fragrance. It finishes with notes of powder and evergreen. Very pleasant and easy on the nose. While their are similar fragrances out there, Curve offers a slight variation, making it slightly unique and pleasant. Curve offers above average projection and sillage. The longevity of the fragrance is also above average, lasting six (6) to eight (8) hours on the skin and even longer on clothing. Regarding the "Wow Factor", for the price it can not be matched. While not every time worn, but on many occasions I have received compliments from hotties (I mean the opposite sex - don't tell Sweetie I made that comment..). It has potential.. Obviously, I am a fan. The real beauty of Curve is the price/value and versatility. The current rate on Amazon is a little over $25 for a large bottle - with free shipping. Curve can be worn any time of year - maybe Fall works best - any occasion and day or night. The packaging is above average and I am digging the metal boxes - a little extra cushion if you keep and use for travel. While the bottle is nothing more than average, I do like the clip prohibiting spraying unless removed. My final tally for Curve is 4.4 stars out of 5 stars. I like it and recommend adding to your collection. The fragrance is fantastic and for the money - go for it.. Be a leader today and change the world...
Honestly...I like this one. I can see why it's considered a classic; a keeper for the collection on my shelf. Assoon as I spray it, I don't get a giant burst out alcohol like a*men or many other fragrances. what comes to mind when I wear this: gold. If gold (14kg) had a smell, it'd be this. Although, soon it well turn into a nice green, mossy kind of fragrance. when it does, I think of fresh wet forest in the early spring in the morning with that perfect morning sun rising. I really only like this and curve crush. The others aren't impressive or cool. The others are good for starter Cologne buyers.
Curve is one of those older frags that I would still wear today. To me, this never really went out of style A classic in my book.
I can definately say all ages of women will love this one. I personally like it ok, smells of alot of synthetics. As for the price you can find this stuff pretty cheap for a large bottle. I have worn this for many years or at least had it in my collection. Gotta go with the thumbs up because the women absolutely adore this cologne.
I'd give Curve a neutral review if it weren't for the fact that I've gotten so many compliments from women on how I smell when I wear it. Best of all, I've never had anyone recognize the scent as being Curve. Do I love Curve? Nope. Do women love Curve on me? Yup. That gets a big thumbs up!
I find this way too soapy and synthetic for my tastes. Sure, it's cheap, but you get what you pay for. If you want a fresh green fragrance, 212 Men is a better choice.
I love this so much; it's so addictive! In my opinion it's like a mix between fierce by a&f and Chanel allure sport
Curve For Men by Liz Claiborne, 1996
By: Liz Claiborne
|Top Notes||Green Leaf, Fresh Lavender, Douglas Fir, Sparkling Juniper Berry|
|Middle Notes||Bergamot, China Ginseng, Cardamom, Living Cactus|
|Base Notes||Sandalwood, Black Pepper, Amber, Vetiver, Mahogany|
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