Just wondering if it's out there ?
Definitely Chez Bond
"Smell with your nose, not your ears"
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Does it have better longevity ? And is it really close to GIT ? thanks guys
On my skin, Chez Bond has better projection and longevity, smoother, and sweeter than GIT.
Can't believe nobody mentioned, but I'll say Chez Bond!
Yep Chez Bond. It has a sweeter and smells more synthetic, but it does last longer. I like GIT's overall scent better, but the advantage to Chez Bond is it doesn't smell like Cool Water so it's more unique. Just make sure you like that sweetness in the drydown.
As mentioned, Chez Bond...they say imatation is the highest form of flattery...blatant knock off IMO...
have you considered Chez Bond? Seriously, I didn't find them that similar but I've only tried it once a while back. It was nice though, one of my favorite Bond No. 9's
I think GIT's drydown is better though...
Anywhere to get this besides the Bond house ? Looking for a discount.
You could buy a sample first on Beautyencounter.
If you liked it, you could buy directly from Bond No.9's website and use 15% off coupon: MAKEUPALLEY
Chez Bond for sure.....Chez Bond is way better on my skin that GIT.....I still have and Love GIT I have found that Chez Bond works better for me!!!
I also prefer chez, because it lacks the " blue" notes to my nose. I do like GIT very much.
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I have both and find them different enough - sort of like having two cars. One day, you might feel like taking the Corvette. The next day, the Porsche. The difference is Chez Bond is more focused on tea and violet and has a slightly creamier feel to it, especially in the base. GIT is sharper, with a brighter opening due to the citrus (lemon) note. The tea in Chez Bond reminds me of Yerbamate in its drydown.
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