Thread: Givenchy PI or Le Male?
I have Le Male and love it and smelled PI and it smelled about the same to me. I was thinking of buy PI but I don't want something that smells alot like something else I already have. Do you think its in anyway similar to Le male enough to buy?
Why do you really want Pi? I would get something a little different if they smell close. I found that if I have similar scents, I reach for one a lot more than the other.
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I'd go for both if you like them both. They are different enough in my opinion to justify owning them both.
Different enough to justify owning/buying them separately.
I agree with both train of thoughts as weird as that sounds. If you like both own both. However if it were me I'd stick with Le Male and get something different.
I would pick PI its smoother and sweeter
They are similar, but if you like them both, it's still worth having both.
Le Male is good if you want something fresh, minty, and a little bit floral.
Pi if you want something simpler and smoother.
I smelled Le Male the other day at Sephora and hated it. I'd go for Pi if I HAD to choose one or the other.
I have both and they are quite different to my nose. Le Male is a little more refreshing with the vanilla and Pi is a very deep gourmand, almost smells like caramelized sugar and vanilla... very sweet.
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They are different enough to own both.
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