Tried Diesel Fuel for Life last week; a nice experience! In fact I liked it and the longevity surprised me.Its not light or aquatic.Not expensive and could be an allround daytime scent if you like it.The Narciso Rodrigues wich I sampled is a different story;definitely not for everybody;but the notes are very special,first impression is ,,strange'", but thats exactly that was told about Hermes Terre.........I also bought a great new ,,old'" one ;Egoiste,always in my top five!
I agree with this. After about 4 or 5 wearings something about the way it smells on me changed. NR for Him is a current favorite of mine.
On the other hand, I tried Diesel Fuel for Life and found it to be unwearable. I hope I don't offend those who like it but it came across as a cheaply made, mess of a fragrance. For those longevity whores, the smell remained intact through 3 intense scrubbings on my wrist.
as i said in a previous post...fuel for life smells like grape big league chew and fruit punch combined...very unwearable indeed
Fuels smells exactly like Fruit Stripe Gum, it's unreal. I really kind of dig it, and its soooo not my type of fragrance. I keep hearing (reading) everyone rave about Narciso, but when I smelled it, it definitely did nothing for me.
But that's why they make chocolate, and vanilla, and vetiver, and incense, and musk ...
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The Nasciso is nice...was more impressed by DFFL though. Less polished than the former... but more character to my nose.
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I'm loving this Narciso Rodriguez I just got -- rich and sharp violets over a complex musky base -- VERY nice stuff, and WHAT a great drydown! This reminds me of a more complex Burberry Touch -- esp. with the violets over the musk.
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Did I mention to the group that Narciso Rodriguez for him is my fall staple scent?