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    Default Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    I know there are tons of people that HATE celebrity fragrances... and at some point I understand that feeling. However, my experiences is that, names aside, some of them are actually good.
    For instance, I hate Puff Daddy and Hilton, but their scents are my most complimented. (Stopped using unforgivable after it became so popular and overpriced).
    H. Duff is not that bad either!
    J Lo has no real talent (acting, singing, dancing) just a big butt. Still, I like her scent.
    Jordan is a longer lasting, more pleasing version of chrome.

    Sure, most of them are ripoffs of some kind, but I like the idea of having cheaper version of Creed's MI for instance.

    In the end, while walking down the street, I'll be wearing a scent changed by own skin and not the style or face of someone else. And if someone asks me what I am wearing, my answer will be that it is a secret.

    So, what is the celeb fragrance that you like?

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    Default Re: Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    I like all of the Alain Delon frags, but those don't really count, as he turned perfumer (or at least I think he did).

    Hmmmm -- I dunno. I guess I haven't smelled that many. I bought my niece a bottle of Curious two years ago because she wanted it. I've smelled far better, but I've smelled far worse. Furthermore, the stuff itself HAD to smell better than Britney herself -- I get the feeling that she probably reeks of expensive vodka, bulimic vomit and Federline sweat.
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    Default Re: Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    Carlos Santana

    Love the apple and spice. I have received complements while wearing it too.

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    Default Re: Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    David Beckham's Instinct isn't that bad. Kinda nice, actually.
    Last edited by Nicolas V; 8th October 2007 at 02:46 AM.

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    Default Re: Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jixjax View Post
    Carlos Santana

    Love the apple and spice. I have received complements while wearing it too.
    Have to agree with this one. I like it - not enough to add it to my wardrobe yet but maybe in the future.

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    Default Re: Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    I was going to praise Alain Delon scents too, but Tvlampboy beat me to it. Iquitos, AD Classic, and original Samourai are great.

    Sarah Jessica Parker scents get some love on the board too. I don't know them yet.
    That girl, that bottle, that mattress and me.

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    Default Re: Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    Paris Hilton's HEIR is nice...fresh and lemony
    Current Top 5

    1. Creed Aventus
    2. A*Men Pure Malt
    3. L'instant Extreme
    4. Nasomatto Duro
    5. CDG - Kyoto

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    Default Re: Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    Gwen Stefani's L rules. I went on a testing suarez a couple of weeks ago with my daughter and we both thought this stuff was awesome. Both rose and fruits are in the top notes yet very separate. The rose gets tamed during dry down, which really transforms the scent.

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    Default Re: Celebrity fragrances (yet another thread)

    Usher's new men's scent ain't bad at all. Nice drydown.
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