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    Default Ok i admit..i like usher now...what about unforgivable?

    I've learnt to look past the name Usher and now the scent is growing on me. It reminds me of the day I bought it...whenever I smell it I think of a hot day we had last week, going to watch football then in the pub etc etc...nice memories.

    I hear a lot of good things about Sean Johns Unforgivable. Worth a purchase? I seem to be buying these things like a collector nowdays...hardly use em. I have about 18 scents now, I love them all...oh lord help me lol

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    Default Re: Ok i admit..i like usher now...what about unforgivable?

    Looks like you are well and truly hooked, lol...

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    Default Re: Ok i admit..i like usher now...what about unforgivable?

    IMO Unjustified by Classic Match is identical to Unforgiveable, but lasts a bit longer... and is about 1/9th the price!
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    Default Re: Ok i admit..i like usher now...what about unforgivable?

    lol its terrible this addiction

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    Default Re: Ok i admit..i like usher now...what about unforgivable?

    unforgivable is a very classier and softer version of the ST dupont PH and it changes its character completely in its drydown in comparison with ST. unforgivable has a much smoother (creed like) drydown. like anthony mentioned, the downfall could be its lasting...you may need to apply it liberally.

    one other thin that i noticed were the subtle notes...it doesnt come out of the spritzer saying "hey! im here to impress you to death!! im sean john - Unforgivable!!" it more to be savored, you have to be patient with it and by third day you would start loving it...and missing it.

    overall a good frag.
    Last edited by jenson; 30th April 2008 at 05:51 PM.

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    Default Re: Ok i admit..i like usher now...what about unforgivable?

    Usher smells to me like Hugh Parsons 99 Regent Street gone bad!

    Sorry, I just don't like it.

    Unforgivable is better, but as said before, is too close to Imperial but not as good.

    The scent grows richer, he knows he must be near
    He finds a long passageway lit by chandelier
    Each step he takes, the perfumes change
    From familiar fragrance to flavours strange
    A magnificent chamber meets his eye

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    Default Re: Ok i admit..i like usher now...what about unforgivable?

    ^ I wouldn't spritz Usher HE on me even with a gun pointed to my head.


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    Default Re: Ok i admit..i like usher now...what about unforgivable?

    Unforgivable's likeness to Creed's Milliseme Imperial is quite stark - I smelled Unforgivable for the first time yesterday and usually a "copy" frag has some but not all notes in common, but not this one - it was almost exact.

    The drydown on Unforgivable is less refined IMO, given to a plastic and chocolate type of feel (at least from the one smelling I got). It reminded me of a candy bar wrapper. It was subtle though, so if you want to smell like MI at less than half of the price, then I say go for it.

    Personally, I wouldn't do it, but as always, be sure it works on your skin.

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