Thread: Hanae Mori HIM
I was at Macy's and I tryed it on. I got 8 compliments on it. They were all from the same salespeople that worked there. Legit Compliments or Just trying to sell me something Compliments?? I love it too.
I would not read too much into a compliment given by a SA, however i've not smelled the fragrance.
Kaelee. I just sprayed it on my wrist.
I think Hanae Mori HiM is exactly the kind of scent that would get compliments. To my nose, it's a fairly generic and unadventurous warm spicy scent with a sweet amber drydown, but it absolutely does smell "nice." The very tail end of the drydown is especially pleasant, I think. One day I had put a bunch of fragrances on different parts of my arm, and later in the day I smelled something I thought was really nice. It took me a while to figure out it was the HiM.
Current Top Five:
1. Bois des Iles--Chanel
2. George Sand--Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier
3. L'Ame Soeur--Divine
4. Violet Blonde--Tom Ford
5. Santal Blush--Tom Ford
I work at macys. Im in a different department but all of the cosmetics/fragrance employees are on commission. So I doubt some of those were for real.
If you've smelled Spicebomb, you've smelled HiM.
And I detest Spicebomb, so I don't like HiM, either.
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Uhm... Are you sure it was HiM and not H.M.? Nordstrom sells both HiM and H.M. in both EdT and EdP. To the best of my knowledge, Macy's only sells H.M.
I don't think HiM smells at all like Spicebomb. HiM smells to me like a halfway point between Allure and Gucci Pour Homme II, with maybe a hint of La Nuit (but NOT the La Nuit drydown, which is a shame since that's great). HiM isn't bad, but it isn't great. I was really excited about it when I first smelled it, but by the end of my first full day of wearing it, I was very bored. I tried wearing it for a few days, but couldn't. But... I can definitely see why some may really enjoy this one.
My advice: if you like it, get a sample and wear it for a few days.
"Follow your nose. It always knows." -- Toucan Sam
It's a remake on the idea of Claiborne Curve I could see the Joe Schmo falling over this scent.