Simply put. Odd. Not only odd, but bad. With a possible brilliant set of notes, the outcome is pretty horrid. Smells like cheap vanilla, mint, powder, and overdose of neroli, and a very bland vetiver, mixed with rubber. Very off putting; and rather insulting to the Fahrenheit brand. Somewhat similar to Hermessence Vanille Galante.
Fahrenheit 32 by Christian Dior, 2007
This scent does not remember original Fahrenheit. It's a very sweet vanilla with some citric tones that may get cloying due to its big sillage, projection and great lasting power. Actually i would not use this in hot summer days, but only in fall/winter. Good scent, but i'd not miss it.
F32 is a great fragrance! I love this dual female / male, cold / hot, soft / severe. I do not see very versatile, I do not have enough freshness for daytime use (at least in my country), or intense enough to use it at night (I get the feeling of being lost). It has a very decent projection and durability. Tired pretty quickly if given very frequent use, but for moments performs very well. Great job of Dior.
Different from Fahrenheit. Your experience with Fahrenheit should be of no consequence to your decision here. It certainly has a vanilla scent, and it is sweet, but woodsy as well. Whether you find it pleasing or cloying is up to you. It is certainly a strong and distinct scent, but not particularly offensive. Try before you buy.
I don't know why, but I thought this would be more complex than the notes listed. It's not and makes me wonder what happened. Seems like an incomplete fragrance and the notes themselves can't carry this. Way too flowery and sweet and quite honestly makes me feel odd wearing it. I'm a fan of vetiver, orange blossom, and vanilla, but there's just not enough in this to make it interesting. You'd be better off buying a bottle of Raw Vanilla by Coty.
On me the orange note is present but is joined by a green note based in the vetiver. The drydown is a very synthetic vanilla that is not cloying as it stays close to my skin after the first hour or so. The basenote is unexciting and there are so much better vanilla scents available. In spite of it's name it has nothing to do with the original Fahrenheit. Good longevity of fours hours. A nice scent but not a great one.
Meeeeeeeh. Airy, earthy, sweet powder. Kind of like a really light myrrh. Nothing dynamic, but it's well put together. Projection isn't too good, but the lifespan is at least in keeping with the cost.
Fahrenheit 32 is a great fragrance, but it takes some guts to wear. For the first 1-2 hours, it smells like a powdery woman's perfume. After you get past that period, the fragrance is very unique. If you want a vanilla base note fragrance, this should be the one. No other fragrance is like Fahrenheit 32. The longevity is more than great. It might actually be too much. I shower twice a day, and I can still smell the fragrance after more than 24 hours. This is not even remotely close to the original Fahrenheit. Therefore, your opinion on the original Fahrenheit will not influence your perception 32. I really like the bottle decision. It is the same exact model as the original Fahrenheit, but I love the white gradient. Fahrenheit 32 is one of my favorites.
Fahrenheit 32 by Christian Dior - This fragrance bears no resemblance whatsoever to its namesake Fahrenheit. The opening is a refreshing whiff of clean greenness, with faint specks of refreshing mint and fruity coconut, carried on nascent vanilla. Drifting to a lovely, floral middle, a sharp and crisp neroli and a wisp of vetiver wrestle with the menthol and strengthening vanilla, imparting a sweetness and powderiness to the mixture. The overpowering base, with its fully developed vanilla, and attendant sweet and powdery aura, takes control and leads to its comforting drydown. This high quality composition is unique, and has average longevity and projection.
I like Fahrenheit 32! A soft, gentle and inoffensive, slightly androgyne delicacy! It has the same kind of 'feel good' atmosphere as Beyond Paradise for Men which I really do like as well. Very nice.
Fahrenheit 32 by Christian Dior, 2007
By: Christian Dior
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