Originally Posted by youngscholar
[quote author=mariodefior link=1141500482/0#10 date=1141606514]In retrospect, it is not at all feminine from my point of view. No sweetness at all, just a kiss of bright orange followed by a flinty metallic smell and maybe a touch of wood.
No, not feminine to my mind. My friend got lots of compliments on it. I got one good one as well.
It won't disappoint anyone I'm sure. It's not earthshattering either.
I think I would like this scent. One thing I was hoping Terre would not be like is Un jardin sur de nil.
I liked Un jardin, but I thought it was a little too feminine (and it should be since it's unisex). I hoped Terre would be a bit more masculine.
That being said, I was interested in your comment about it not being "earthshattering" since other people have said something similar.
I don't mind if a scent isn't earthshattering. Most are not. However, when you say earthshattering do you mean "bold" or "strong"? D&G PH is a scent that I could imagine some people consider earthshattering, but when i smelled it, I thought it was too bold and way too strong!
I like scents that are closer to the skin and obviously nice to smell in a manly way, and that's what I'm hoping for in Terre.
No, I think that Un Jardin Sur le Nil IS feminine, not unisex
But Terre is unisex. I didn't try it on my husband's skin yet, but on me it IS sweet and citrusy
This one can be weared by a woman without being shocking -that's all
Terre is much more masculine - do not worry.
I'm sure you will like it