L'Homme de Coeur is an interesting one. It's a well known fact that I am a fan, but some days I just can't take it. I have no idea why, but it sometimes turns into an old house smell (didn't come up with this term myself, but it sums up my experience) and reminds me of the cheap violet note in Burberry Touch and CSP Bois de Filao, which is not a good thing at all. At best the top is dominated by wonderful cool and crisp juniper note, with soft iris and woody notes working woders underneath, it can be just perfect. Only other fragrance that sometimes offers similar meltdown of the meant structure and character is LV Musk. It's probably not a coincidence that both are powdery scents.
In both cases I get better and more constant results by dabbing. Spraying from a distance seems to emphasize the powdery aspect.