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    New Haarlem and Orange Sanguine
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    Millesime Imperial and Rochas Man (pillowly sweet citrus)
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    Diorella and Aramis. Great combo - especially if you're afraid of using "girlie" scents ))

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    Here's 5 'Designer' hybrids for you

    YSL Rive Gauche & Davidoff Cool Water - this hybrid smells awesome on me. Longevity 8-10 hours.

    Chanel Egoiste & Drakkar Noir - some would say 'why ruin a beautiful Chanel classic with a dreadful 80 scent'; I say it smells great. But I also still love Drakkar Noir Longevity 10-12 hours.

    YSL KOUROS & YSL BodyKouros - experimenting with this one, but so far like it. Longevity 14-16 hours.

    Chanel Allure Edition Blanche & Azzaro Chrome - very fresh long lasting. The Chrome adds a bit to the clear lemon note in the Chanel. Longevity 8-10 hours.

    Chanel Allure Homme & Caron Pour un Homme. Love this. Adds a bit dust and lavender to the sweet vanilla note in the Allure. Longevity 8-10 hours.
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    2 Lutens - Gris Clair with Bois Vanille

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    I tried to layer two of my cheapies, Paul Sebastian & Avon Tomorrow and it wasn't sickening or anything, but I really wouldnt recommend doing it

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    What frags do you like to layer and for what reason ?
    Which combinations work best for you ?

    1. Creed SMW and Original Vetiver.

    I had started the day with SMW then decided I missed the OV. So I left the Creed SMW on and just added the OV. It worked fine.

    2. Acqua di Gio and Terre d"Hermes

    My wife still likes ADG on me so I add a little Terre d'Hermes so that its not so light and I can still detect it for a few hours, whereas ADG on its own starts to flicker on and off to me after 4 hours or so.

    3. Untitled by Martin Margiela ( the perfume not the edt which I find has too much flowery scent for my taste.) and light clean ones.

    I find it tends to add some sillage and longevity to aquatics and others like that. The scent is clean and blends well I think.

    What do you think ?

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    1. Annick Goutal's Encens Flamboyant + Myrrhe Ardente = Frankenmyrrhe.
    2. Kiehl's Original Musk EDT & the pure oil + cumin tincture = a real rough MKK vibe.
    3. Les Neredes Imperial Opoponax + Kouros, OR Salvador Dali pH, OR Bijan for Men, OR Arden Sandalwood works for me from time to time as well.

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    I personally do not layer or combine fragrances.

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    I personally don't layer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petruccijc View Post
    i personally do not layer or combine fragrances.
    agree .... the perfumier would be very upset, akin to me marrying a Picasso with a Renoir ...

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    Someone on the feminine frag forum recommended layering Kouros with Mitsouko! I tried it and was shocked (in a good way!) and was encouraged to try Kouros with Habit Rouge. About one spray of Kouros to two sprays of HR is a new world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollars&scents View Post
    agree .... the perfumier would be very upset, akin to me marrying a Picasso with a Renoir ...
    No offense intended.

    I learned of combining from a fragrance specialist whose "secret" was a combination of 2 high profile frags. I am curious as to how he went about finding the right combination. I don't think he meant any offense either, btw. In fact, he explained to me the virtues of the 2 frags in his "secret". He spoke with esteem for both of the frags. My impression was that his experience and flair enabled him to create a synergy.
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    When I 'layer' I do not spray one over the other (that would be criminal and I wouldn't want to piss off an artiste, dead or alive), rather it's either one on one arm the other on the other or hit the chest with one then the inner elbows with the other or the budda belly with the other. I mean (like it matters) there's got to be some sense of decency involving such things right?

    Really, it's all good. They are just smells to me. Life is too short to put too much stock in such things. If a perfumer has such a problem with the way I use a product they sell, then they should not sell it. And, unless I'm mistaken, Goutal actually encourages it.

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    Creed's Bois de Portugal with a touch of Sublime Vanille.
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    Pink Sugar with Bulgari Black. Yum. The rubber tones down the sugar. Cotton candy melting on a tarmac.

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    I've heard that some of Tom Ford's Private Blends are great for layering with each other (someone even said that they were designed with this intent, though I'm not sure about that myself), however I have yet to attempt this, as even a little bit of any Private Blend that I've tried has been nuclear. Bond no 9 also will custom blend fragrances, which I think a member here or maybe two have actually had done for them.

    As for myself, I don't layer fragrances unless it happens by accident, or I'm over zealously sampling.
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    Jo Malone's fragrances are great for layering.

    But I have not have any Jo Malone yet.
    ***My favourite from my collection***

    -------- Amouage Tribute Attar
    ------ Serge Lutens: Ambre Sultan
    -------- Les Exclusifs de Chanel: Sycamore
    ------ Amouage: Fate Man
    -------- Amouage: Epic Man
    ------ Tom Ford Private Blend: Noir de Noir
    -------- Terre D'Hermès Pure Parfum
    ------ EDP FM: Carnal Flower
    -------- Neela Vermire Creations: Trayee
    ------ Dior: Leather Oud
    ------- Hermèssence: Ambre Narguilé

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    usually not

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    Those combinations made me cringe lol.

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    I don't layer fragrances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petruccijc View Post
    I personally do not layer or combine fragrances.
    I fall into this category, I like to enjoy the development/complexity of a single fragrance.

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    The only layering combination which truly worked for me so far, as I mentioned on previous other threads was Dior Homme with Yves Rocher unisex cheapo unisex Eau fraiche called Eau de Cedre Bleu: taken apart, both are too sweet for my nose, especially DH, but in combination the woody blue cedar note subdues the powdery-ness of Dior Homme and both develop into something lighter, the gourmand notes not so heavy, the fresher notes in both more pronounced, crisper, more luminous

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    I am not layering fragrances I try to enjoy them solo.
    Right now I think that I have all the fragrances that I want.

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    Last working combo: Body Kouros vs Louve.

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    Cuir Lancome + Caron Third Man
    Chanel Sycomore + Caron Third Man
    (The Caron's clove and lavender does something great to the Lancome and make the Chanel a little brighter)
    Basenotes suggestions:
    Guerlain Mitsouko + Gucci Pour Homme I
    Guerlain Shalimar + Caron Pour Homme
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    I combined Jazz and Azzaro "Jazzaro" - it was quite good, the stronger artemisia in the Jazz complemented the anise in the Azzaro very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollars&scents View Post
    agree .... the perfumier would be very upset, akin to me marrying a Picasso with a Renoir ...
    Not always - I hear Serge Lutens actually encourages it. I don't usually layer, but I'm not opposed to it.

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    I used combine Homage with Boi Du Portugal to give homage that added woods and it worked quite well.

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    I only combine when i am too eager to test a newly bought scent and i can't wait for the next morning to give it a full wearing .

    I usually spray it on top of both hands .
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    Default Layering. Your best combinations.

    Haven't played with layering much.
    Tried Encre Noire on top on Les Nuits d'Hadrien this morning and I'm rather pleased with the results.
    What combinations have you found to be successful?

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    *Armani Code Pour Homme and Attitude by Armani.....I also layer Central Park and Little Italy or Central Park and Gramercy Park.....All from Bond No.9!!!
    *I also layer Washington Square and Cooper Square from Bond No.9!!!
    *Romance Silver Shower Gel by RL, Purple Label After Shave Balm and Purple Label Edt!!!
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    Default Re: Layering. Your best combinations.

    My favorites are.....

    Lolita Lempicka EDP/lotion + Love Spell body spray/lotion
    D&G Light Blue + Love Spell body spray/lotion
    Elixir Des Merveilles + Baby Magic Lotion Original Scent
    So In Love EDP/lotion + Aveda Patchouli Oil + Baby Magic Lotion Original Scent
    Aromatics Elixir + Aveda Patchouli Oil + Baby Magic Lotion Original Scent
    Elie Saab EDP/lotion + Aveda Patchouli + Baby Magic Lotion Original Scent
    Black Orchid + Aveda Patchouli or Sandalwood + Baby Magic Lotion Original Scent

    And for my absolute fav, my Heaven on earth....

    Alien EDP/body oil/lotion + Aveda Patchouli + Baby Magic Lotion Original Scent


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    I don't layer much as a rule except for the couple of Etro fragrances I own and which I believe were created with layering in mind: Etro Ambra or Etra layered with Patchouly.
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    I've never checked out Love spell, or Baby magic, maybe I should your making a hard sell for it. Interesting combos, thanks for the reply.

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    Samsara + Tam Dao is a nice combination I think

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    I can't take credit for my favorite layering combo-Apres l'Ondee and No.5.Really pumps up the iris and gives me even more powder,which I love.The idea came from Jean-Claude Ellena(I'm not nearly as talented with layering as he is!).There are several of his favorite combinations listed over on the Bois de Jasmin blog,all sound interesting.
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    Default Re: Layering. Your best combinations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Possumbility View Post
    I've never checked out Love spell, or Baby magic, maybe I should your making a hard sell for it. Interesting combos, thanks for the reply.
    I love the way that baby magic blends with woody/oriental type frags. I wear it with my patchouli or sandalwood oil and it smells amazing together.

    I have a serious sweet tooth and love spell makes certain frags that much sweeter for me. I love a fragrance that's candy or fruity like. I have to be careful not to bite myself lol.
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    Default Re: Layering. Your best combinations.

    I dont layer as a rule, I believe that you buy a perfume for its scent - so I wouldn't dream of trying to mix it with other scents that weren't necessarily meant to be there

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    I dont like to layer. I dont see why you would spend your hard earned money to buy a scent to cover it up with another

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    Another great layering combination ( wearing it two days in a row ) is Shalimar + Vol de nuit.

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    sometimes by mistake it works out incredible and totally compliments each other.....tonight it happened to me! I still had some borneo1834 on me and put on some pure havanah.....it was incredible together! the choc/patchouli combo in havanah was totally amped up and it added so much depth to it....I am so impressed! I am going to put on a few swipes of borneo with havanah again tomorrow!
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    Haven't layered, but the SA at Neiman's recommended:
    Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille with Neroli Portofino or Azure Lime.
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    K Krizia + Grey flannel + Cabotine

    Trussardi (white leather like bottle) + Coriandre

    Narcisse Chloe + Amarige

    Sublime + First

    Miss Dior + Aromatics elixir + Molinard + Vent vert

    Casmir + Angel

    White linnen + Samsara

    Aliage + Empreinte Courrege

    Rive gauche + Corriandre

    Diva + Knowing

    Gucci 3 + Knowing

    Ivoire + First

    and many, many more. I always mix fragrances.

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    sunnyfunny turned me on to Mitsouko plus Theorema- results in a very decadent orange chypre

    I also like:
    Cacharel Liberte with Bulgari Red Tea.
    Bulgari Red Tea. with Rose Essential
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    Tabac Blond and Fleur de the Rose Bulgare.

    Smokey, rose leather. Yum.
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    Chanel Coromandel and Beige

    Hermes Vanille Galante and Gentiane Blanche

    I don't tend to like layering scents, prefer to layer formulations (EDT / Parfum) (body cream / parfum)

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    Hey, BNers. Happy Friday to you.

    Wanted to share a couple of layering successes.

    This morning, I paired Annick Goutal's Myrrhe Ardente with Vermeil For Men. The result (after more than two hours) is a lush, rich, creamy tobacco-y, root beer-y, slightly soapy potion that smells delicious. The tobacco note and "root beer" (my nose is not refined enough to know what this "note" really is) notes have alternated swirling in and out like they're on a teeter-totter...fantastic!

    A few months ago, I paired Aramis' Havana and Mugler's Pure Havane. Whoa! Unexpectedly, the mixture smelled like Yatagan. Wish I knew why.

    I know there are a lot of threads on 'layering', and I don't want to rehash that, but I would love to hear your layering successes, especially if any involve frags from my wardrobe.

    Cheers,

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    I'd be interested in hearing what people have done,... never tried it personally.

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    I havent managed to have much/any layering success myself.

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    So far, the only successful layering I ever achieved was Dior Homme (the original EDT, NOT flankers) and Eau de Cedre Bleu by Yves Rocher

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    I think I put this in a different thread, but I believe Timbuktu on top of Yatagan is insanely amazing. If you just spray the two scents side-by-side on your arms I think they smell like two ascending chords in the same key. I particularly enjoy it and would love to know what others think as these are two scents lots of people have in their wardrobe.

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    Default Re: Layering successes

    Timbuktu is good for layering with sweeter, juicier fragrances, as I find it very dry and bitter.

    And, while we're on the subject of layering - Tom Ford's Private Collection. I can't think of any two fragrances out there that layer better with each other than Tuscan Leather and Tobacco Vanille. I'm not a layering guy at all, but I have a hard time wearing those two separately. Neroli Portofino also smells awesome with Azure Lime on top - it helps to boost the longevity of the lime a bit... even though the lime smells synthetic.
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    I'm tempted to layer Molinard Vanille and Van Gils to take the edge off the VG.

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    I don't layer but it's always interesting to hear what others have chosen to put together.

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    Royall Lyme Rugby and Burberry Touch

    Royall Lyme's patchouli and vetiver really ups the masculinity of the combo. Minimizes Touch's powderiness, but allows the the florals and the sweetness to shine.

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    I couldn't bear the thought of mixing 2 fragrances

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    I accidentally layered CDG2 over Dior Homme earlier and it's surprisingly nice! I might try this properly tomorrow and see how it develops.

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    Default Which fragrances do you layer together?

    So today i was trying to decide which fragrances out of my collection would compliment each other, when i noticed a fantastic aroma when spraying Creeds Aventus over the top of Midnight in paris edt. I love it. Got me a compliment too. Try it if you can and post back.

    Any more combos out there?

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    yesterday i layered Frapin L'humaniste with dior homme sport.

    recently i got creative and layered tonka imperiale with Five o'clock au gingembre. That works very well.

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    Default Re: Which fragrances do you layer together?

    I dont like layering - if you buy a scent its for its own scent. Why muddy it up with another one?

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    Last Post: 10th May 2008, 06:56 AM

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