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  1. #31

    Default Re: Encre Noire EdP: A Review

    Quote Originally Posted by seemon View Post
    Just a question. Is Encre noire closer to L'occitane vetyver or Guerlain vetiver?
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    Default Re: Encre Noire EdP: A Review

    Quote Originally Posted by seemon View Post
    Just a question. Is Encre noire closer to L'occitane vetyver or Guerlain vetiver?
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    Default Re: Encre Noire EdP: A Review

    Thanks both of you! I like the wet/juicy smell of L'occitane vetyver, but longevety is bad on my skin. It will be my next blind buy.

  4. #34

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    Does anyone know where to buy the Edp version, isn't it the same as Encre Noire for women?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAX View Post
    Does anyone know where to buy the Edp version, isn't it the same as Encre Noire for women?
    It's sold out in most stores. It is NOT the same as the feminine Encre Noire Pour Elle. They are different fragrances.
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    Default Re: Encre Noire EdP: A Review

    Oh, the female version has the same ingredients as the male version, and is in EDP form, so technically how are they any different?

    I read many guys wear the female version of narcisco rodriguez, so is it the same case here?

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    Default Re: Encre Noire EdP: A Review

    "Oh, the female version has the same ingredients as the male version" - No.
    There's the mens which comes in both an EDT and EDP plus there's a seperate womens one called Encre Noire Pour Elle which does have different ingredients and comes in an EDT, EDP and extrait.
    The mens EDP was very expensive because it came in a Lalique Crystal bottle and I presume the women's extrait is the same.
    I can't comment on pour elle because I haven't tried it but you can see some reviews of both versions in the Fragrance Directory section of this site.

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