It may be due to my nose, but I can't detect a big difference between Le Male and Ghost; I find Ghost a bit less sweet than Le Male and easier to wear, but still too cloying for me
Thread: Some questions on Ghostman...
How is it compared to Le Male? Sickly sweet or much more refined?
Any feedback would be much appreciated [smiley=smiley.gif]
Ghost is in my top five. It is IMHO the best male fragrance to be recently released. Although somewhat similar to Le Male, it is much more refined, without the strong lavender and mint notes.
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You've saved me some money on a blind purchase. I was attracted to the name and wanted to test out the concept behind this scent, with a view to a review, but if it's anything like Le Male, then i'll pass. Thanks.Originally Posted by Gerald
I have still never seen Ghost Man for sale, although I have been interested in trying it. Ghost Deep Night is a nice rich oriental that seemed to be wearable for men; I was hoping GM would be even better.
Originally Posted by docluv45
yeah, Ghost Deep Night was pretty good - I considered getting a bottle, but overall the scent was just a little too sweet for me...
[blue]I just realized from another recent posting that the nose behind *Ghost Man* is none other than *Kouros*, *Live Jazz*, *Mark Birley for Men*, *Iris Poudre*, and * Feminite du Bois*--to name a few--creator, Pierre Bourdon (see fuller list below).[/blue]
Canali for men (2005)
Christian Dior Dolce Vita (with Maurice Roger)
Chupa Chups Sensual Heaven (2005)
Davidoff Cool Water (1988)
Davidoff Good Life
Eau Jeune Double Je
Escada Magnetic Beat (with Steve DeMercado)
Escada Magnetism (with Steve DeMercado)
Francesco Smalto Fullchoke
Frederic Malle Iris Poudre
Gianfranco Ferré Bergamotto Marino
Gianfranco Ferré Ferré (2005)
Institut Tres Bien Cologne a la Francaise
Institut Tres Bien Cologne a la Russe
Institut Tres Bien Cologne a l'Italienne
L'Occitane Feuille d' Herbe Light Green, Spicy, and Fresh Floral
Mark Birley for men
Mont Blanc Individuel
Shiseido Feminite du Bois (with Christopher Sheldrake)
Yves Saint Laurent Kouros (1981)
Yves Saint Laurent Live Jazz
[blue]For Bourdon fans, like me, it might be worth looking into.