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    Default Re: Eau Sauvage for Young Men

    Its the animalistic qualities that Edmond Roudnitska's famous for (as in Eau D'Hermes as well) that makes my nose twitch. I'm bought a small sample to see if it'll fit better after a couple wears.

    To see what else is in my collection, my top fragrances are Gier - Men, YSL - L'homme, Chanel AHS and Armani Code.

    I have tried Mugler Cologne, it is very refreshing...but too soapy lol! Next is the Fraiche Cuir and Verte D'Orange...

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    wear mature frags, makes you stand out and shows you got class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMang View Post
    Its the animalistic qualities that Edmond Roudnitska's famous for (as in Eau D'Hermes as well) that makes my nose twitch. I'm bought a small sample to see if it'll fit better after a couple wears.

    To see what else is in my collection, my top fragrances are Gier - Men, YSL - L'homme, Chanel AHS and Armani Code.

    I have tried Mugler Cologne, it is very refreshing...but too soapy lol! Next is the Fraiche Cuir and Verte D'Orange...
    Your top fragrances are nice but perhaps a wee bit on the bland side? I like Geir too, esp for winter. I don't think I'd ever call it edgy.

    BTW, Did you get a sample of ES or Eau d'Hermes? That was a bit unclear. If the latter--well, that may be a step in the right direction; whatever EdH is, it's not bland.

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    Default Re: Eau Sauvage for Young Men

    I tested it today at Sephora (I'm 22) and it didn't feel too mature a frag for me. I think you'd be wise to give it a shot!

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    it was definitely Eau Sauvage (eau d'hermes elsewhere).

    Multiple wearings, and for me, its something to be appreciated, not worn. As we all know, what smells well for and on someone will not reciprocate equally for another.

    I do have Eau De Rochas (actually selling it now, another scent I appreciate, but have not worn consistently).

    Dune shall be next on my list, and perhaps Diorella, though I am cautiously approaching "unisex" fragrances. Verte D'Orange shall follow

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    Default Re: Eau Sauvage for Young Men

    The fraicheur cuir suggestion is great.
    I'm younger than you and love ES but especially that animalistic note you referred to might be avoided.

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