No. I "Fired" It.
I don't know...maybe it's a mix between the simple yet attractive bottle, and the fresh, non-offensive smell, but ever since I first tried Success, I continue to revisit it over and over, like every time I see it at a dept. store. I actually like it quite a bit. I feel a bit silly about it, actually. lol I mean, I'm at a point in my collection where I have drastically downsized, and decided to only keep/buy fragrances that I love, but lately I have been considering getting this as a an option to wear as a casual Spring & Summer scent. Especially as it is quite inexpensive (under 30 for a 1.7 bottle), I feel like snatching this up. I think I'm gonna give it one more try, and if I still like it, it just may be a cheap buy. lol
So for those who have tried it, what do you think?
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Another thing I find interesting is that it has some notes that I've noticed a number of the fragrances I like have. Here are the notes:
Juniper, Iced red currant
Frozen ginger, Bamboo leaves, Geranium, Coriander
Vetiver, Tonka bean, Birch wood, Musk
It seems like certain combinations of notes are more likely to lead to a pleasing smell for me, than others. Have you guys noticed that with yourselves?
No. I "Fired" It.
Do not like this.
I don't even like my own perfume.
No, I resent it.
Wow. Tough crowd. lol
Its a knock off of Bond's Wall Street...and it can be had
for a 10th of the price. Acceptable frag...good for summer.
Signature Rotation: A* Men, Pure Havane, Dunhill Pursuit, Varvatos Artisian, Guerlain Vetiver
Finally! Thanx Bigtruck!
I can't imagine anything promoted by Donald Trump as being anything but seedy and degenerate.
We want a niche forum.
Donald Trump doesn't need any of my money...
keepin' it musky