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    Arrow Neiges for men by Lise Watier

    I just saw this online and something did make me curious about this one. I don't remember having seen any discussion about this on the boards here.

    Please voice your opinions on this.
    Tell me about its longevity and sillage.

    Somehow the bottle and the description of notes remind me of Geir.

    Any info.....is welcome.

    thanks

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    Default Re: Neiges for men by Lise Watier

    I happened to own a bottle until last week. The closest thing I'd compare it to would be Dunhill Fresh, very similar infact. Sort of spicy fresh with a minty opening. Longevity is pretty good and it doesn't develope too much. Basenote's indicate that there's a musk note but I'm sure I've never smelt it. It's a fairly good summer or office scent and my only complaint is the slightly chalky "tail" when you sniff and then stop.
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    Another note is that this scent is one of the few that's readily available here on the rock so I doubt it's rare. It's more than worth a try but I won't invest in a bottle unless there's a good deal.
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    Default Re: Neiges for men by Lise Watier

    This scent is similar to CKOne; you get the picture.
    Not bad, but nothing outstanding or innovative.
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    Default Re: Neiges for men by Lise Watier

    I've used Neiges on a few occasions, and I think it's a pretty nice scent. It's not fresh, as the name suggests, but more of a "warm" feel. I do pick up a musk note on dry-down. It lasts quite a while for me - I was surprised that it bloomed quite noticeably for me 8 hours after application, but it may just have been the special circumstances!

    I haven't tried CKOne or Dunhill Fresh, so I couldn't compare to those. I also haven't tried it yet in full summer weather, but I'm wondering based on the musk note and my brief experience with it if it'd be too much for full-on summer weather.

    If you can wait a bit, I can give you further observations later in the week (Or, someone else might beat me to it! )
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    Default Re: Neiges for men by Lise Watier

    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    This scent is similar to CKOne; you get the picture.
    Not bad, but nothing outstanding or innovative.
    Well if similar to CK One, then i wouldn't really like it...

    Thanks for the info guys.

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