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    Sanzio
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    Default Strong and powdery fragrances for men

    Hi! I do like powdery fragrances. I use to wear women's fragrances since they are not too floral but sweet and powdery. : I need your help to find something like this: powdery and strong but for men (for men just because I cannot stand some flowers). :P It may be a Chypre or Oriental, dry or sweet one. Thanks! 8-)

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    Default Re: Strong and powdery fragrances for men

    The new Dior Homme sounds EXACTLY what your looking for!

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    Lorenzo Villoresi Musk is very powdery
    Oriscent, AgarAura Pure Ouds, Creed, LIDGE, Patou Pour Homme, tons of niche and rare stuff for sale!
    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/253...er-100-items!!

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    Bvlgari Blu pour Homme



    Aaron

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    Zizanie and Keiko Mecheri Loukoum.

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    CDG 2, its a uni-sex fragrance and its really powdery and strong.

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    francois
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    I second Zizanie.
    Lagerfeld classic is also a great powdery tobacco oriental.
    Royal Copenhagen is great too, but very floral. Reminds me of baby talcum powder.

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    I agree with Zizanie

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    Add SMN Melograno

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    Jicky or MdM Guerlain
    http://blogsorbeta.blox.pl: CdG Series 8 Energy
    (Oct. 3rd).

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    Amouage Gold or Dia.

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    Zazanie it is! Pure powder.
    "Ca sent les pieds!"

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    The new Dior Homme sounds EXACTLY what your looking for!
    Exactly [smiley=thumbsup.gif] [smiley=thumbsup.gif] [smiley=thumbsup.gif]

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    You might want to grab some vintage Habanita parfum through ebay, if possible. Powdered leather and smoke notes, plus aged rose. You can usually find it on the cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phersurf
    Amouage Gold or Dia.
    yeah, these two for sure, ESPECIALLY Gold.

    Also:

    Passage d'Enfer (not really strong but definately powdery)
    ARABIE (if you like powdery and strong this IS the one for you)
    Pasha (I hate it, but some like it. Powdery and strong desribes it well. It's a distasteful mix of powdery and pungent.)

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    If you can find it, you MUST try Agatha Brown Conquest for Men.

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    Royal Secret Cologne by Five Star Fragrance Co. for Men This one of the sweetest powdery fragrances I've come across . I mean it leaves almost everything else in the (dust) in the powdery catagory. It could almost pass as a womens fragrance

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    I'll chime in for Zizanie, but a strong powdery one not yet mentioned is Beene's Bowling Green.

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    Amouage Gold is powdery but it's also very tart IMO. I recommend Laguna by Salvador Dali. The drydown is sweet, powdery, salty, and is very strong.

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    I would suggest the now discontinued Parfum D' Homme by Claude Montana.Isn't it great?Well,it is and what a pity I used so carelessly my small bottle!
    It's never too late to mend.

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    Powdery and strong is BdP, although I don't like it at all.
    "Whereof one cannot speak, one must remain silent thereof." --Wittgenstein

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    Kouros is strong and yes I do get powder in this one and no pee
    Oriscent, AgarAura Pure Ouds, Creed, LIDGE, Patou Pour Homme, tons of niche and rare stuff for sale!
    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/253...er-100-items!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoL
    The new Dior Homme sounds EXACTLY what your looking for!
    Actually, I didnt get ANY powderey notes at all from Dior Homme. I have Kenzo Summer and that is DEFINITELY powderey.
    Awesomeguy

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    Default Re: Strong and powdery fragrances for men

    Also Helmut Lang's EDC and EDP

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    Default Re: Strong and powdery fragrances for men

    Quote Originally Posted by smellitnow
    Royal Secret Cologne by Five Star Fragrance Co. for Men This one of the sweetest powdery fragrances I've come across . I mean it leaves almost everything else in the (dust) in the powdery catagory. It could almost pass as a womens fragrance

    I agree on this one too! Royal Secret for men is a very powdery oriental scent. 2nd place is indeed Royal Copenhagen very floral powdery scent

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    Default Re: Strong and powdery fragrances for men

    Rive Gauche Pour Homme EDP is very strong and powdery on my skin, as is the difficult to find Fair Play by Cerruti. New York, from Parfums de Nicolai, has a prominent powdery phase on my skin about 60 minutes in. Finally, the essence of powder on my skin, though baby powder, is Yerbamate from Lorenzo Villoresi. It is truly an uncanny similarity.

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    Default Re: Strong and powdery fragrances for men

    To my nose, Burberry Brit smells like powder, vanilla, & spice.
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    I have't smelled any scent more powdery than Royal Copenhagen.
    And Lagerfeld Classic isn't that far removed from it.
    Renato

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    Amouage Gold or Silver
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    I don`t know nothing more powdery than Escada Magnetism. Just try it.

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    Default Re: Strong and powdery fragrances for men

    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    I second Zizanie.
    Lagerfeld classic is also a great powdery tobacco oriental.
    Royal Copenhagen is great too, but very floral. Reminds me of baby talcum powder.
    These three instantly came to my mind, as well.

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    Surprised no one suggested Jaļpur by Boucheron. This one fits the bill.

    Also:
    Helmut Lang EDC
    Canoe by Dana


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