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    Default Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    Since Le Male is so common a scent, I was wondering if it can be layered with something else to get the greatness of Le Male but then adding a twist that gives it some uniqueness. I know Le Male is potent, so any layering would probably have to be 1 spray Le Male + x sprays of other, but I was also wondering if Le Male Summer layered with another scent would do the trick.

    I am generally opposed to layering but this is an exception. Le Male is a great scent....just too common and for lack of a better term "played out". I want to create my own flanker

    Edit: Title should read LAYERING lol

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    Default Re: Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    Rather than layering this scent, maybe just switch off now and then with another or others that you like just as well to give yourself variety. Just a thought.

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    Default Re: Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    To me Le Male is much too heavy for summer. Have not tried the other
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    Default Re: Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    Le male Summer is easier to wear in warm weather as its a muted version, but basenotes only likes extreme intense EDP juice

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    Default Re: Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    You picked a tuff one to layer cameron.

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    Default Re: Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Rather than layering this scent, maybe just switch off now and then with another or others that you like just as well to give yourself variety. Just a thought.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dog127 View Post
    To me Le Male is much too heavy for summer. Have not tried the other
    I have to agree, I know I wouldnt wear Le Male during the summer

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    Default Re: Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    Quote Originally Posted by cameron View Post
    Since Le Male is so common a scent, I was wondering if it can be layered with something else to get the greatness of Le Male but then adding a twist that gives it some uniqueness. I know Le Male is potent, so any layering would probably have to be 1 spray Le Male + x sprays of other, but I was also wondering if Le Male Summer layered with another scent would do the trick.

    I am generally opposed to layering but this is an exception. Le Male is a great scent....just too common and for lack of a better term "played out". I want to create my own flanker

    Edit: Title should read LAYERING lol
    Try reading this thread:

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/297...e-Male-Kouros-)
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    Default Re: Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    Maybe try layering Le Male with Menthe Fraiche or Cartier Roadster to accentuate the mint note? This might make the mighty Le Male a bit more refreshing in the warmer months.

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    Default Re: Suggestions for laying Le Male or Le Male Summer?

    I did try le male with Eau D'orange Verte and was pleased with the result. It was like a variation Le male. The Orange Verte lasted longer than I expected..

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