I go 3 or 4 usually.
I did my typical three spray regimen today, and longevity wasn't very good. I can barely smell it if I sniff my wrists.
It was great while it lasted
I go 3 or 4 usually.
I do 6 sprays on Gucci Pour Homme II including a walkthough to get some on the shirt.
5 Sprays is good for me.
depends. if you are just walking out of the house 2 sprays. and then reapply with an atomizer a few hours later.
but ideally with a fragrance with low projection and longevity, just apply like 4 or 5 sprays, but wait an hour before leaving the house.
5. Chest, each side of neck, inside of both arms.
I have a decanted sample. I do one close to the base of the neck, and maybe one more on the chest. I smell this on me nearly all day
I wonder if I got "spoiled" by wearing Bogart PH yesterday. That's a longevity beast.
2-3 sprays lasts 8 hrs for me
This story is not meant in any kind of way to imply that you're overspraying--not at all. But your 'bring the thunder' comment on the topic of Gucci Pour Homme 2, totally reminded me of the time I brought the thunder, lightning, snow and earthquakes with the very same fragrance.
Usually 3, maybe 4 if I'm going to be outdoors. This is one wear spraying a little on the clothes helps give this one better legs. Beautiful & versatile fragrance!
I would be careful.. This one can become cloying if overapplied. 3 sprays should be more than enough.
5-6 sprays of GPH2 for me
"I am a robot and I like cheese"
1. Axe Kilo
2. Lectric Shave
3. Vicks Vapor Rub
4. Febreze Pour Homme
5. Preferred Stock
3-4 sprays for me and I get comments. No lack of projection/longevity for me.
As with most of my fragrances I go light - 2, max 3 sprays.
TOP 3 hot weather:
1. Gucci Pour Homme II
2. Lalique Encre Noire
3. Creed Aventus
TOP 3 cold weather:
1. L'Instant de Guerlain Pour Homme Extreme
2. Chanel Coromandel
3. Dior Homme
I feel that these bottles don't release as much juice as most other frags in a single spray, so I usually go 4 or 5.
As many as you personally need.
...0; I don't like it...!
Works better in the heat imo. Heat activates its projection better, although the scent itself is clearly suitable (smell wise) for Fall. So it's a tricky one. I had a 10 ml decant, and I wore it in Fall, and got crap for longevity and projection. Then I wore it in the Spring and a little in the Summer, and it got the job done.
My 3 Signature Scents:
Rive Gauche Light (2004)
Paul Smith Man (2009)