It gets less jaw-dropping with subsequent smellings, and the scent is, in fact very wearable. The rest of the notes are actually quite sweet; the white floral-resinous-sweet woody notes (all very synthetic) mimic the famous jasmine-vanilla-sandalwood trio of Shalimar in combination and proportion, and the rubber takes the place of the classic Guerlain's animal notes. It's sort of like that classic Guerlain as worn by Auntie Entity. But, more importantly, the rubber cuts the heavy sweetness, tempers the powderiness, and provides the masculinity, making what would otherwise be a very feminine fragrance suddenly a unisex scent. There's a method to the madness.Originally Posted by finsfan
It should be sprayed on, though. The roller is also probably giving you a strange reading.