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post #136 of 196
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coffee liqueur, resins, woods and leather, niceeee.
I want to get Craft by Andrea Maack but no idea where to get a sample either

Should be able to get samples of both on LuckyScent.
post #137 of 196
Brilliant, thanks man.
post #138 of 196
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Mainly rotating YSL Live Jazz and Blue de Chanel. Waiting for Creed Aventus to arrive

Girl bought me chanel bleu for my birthday after telling her i wanted gucci pour homme ii . How is it? Have you tried gucci PH2, does it compare? Thanks.
post #139 of 196
using clinique happy, doesnt last long enough, but love the initial smell of it.

really like a lot of the jo malone stuff, especially grapefruit, 154, and lime and cedar.

kiehls musk is really good too.
post #140 of 196
Any Recs for someone on a student budget?

I miss the days when I would use my dad's Creed, Lanvin, YSL Opium etc. He had a good collection.
post #141 of 196
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Any Recs for someone on a student budget?

I miss the days when I would use my dad's Creed, Lanvin, YSL Opium etc. He had a good collection.
Find a good place for decants.
post #142 of 196
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Should be able to get samples of both on LuckyScent.
Awesome, thanks man!
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Girl bought me chanel bleu for my birthday after telling her i wanted gucci pour homme ii . How is it? Have you tried gucci PH2, does it compare? Thanks.
I haven't tried the Gucci but the bleau de chanel is a really light, 'fresh' scent. One of those fragrances where you really can't over-spray unless you bathe in it. Nothing particularly interesting about it though Also, the packaging for The Infidels looks amazing. Notes: Black currant, Green cumin, Bergamot, Magnolia, Tonka, Lavender, Patchouli, Amber, Labdanum
post #143 of 196
Thread Starter 
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using clinique happy, doesnt last long enough, but love the initial smell of it.

No joke I used to use this 15 years ago.
post #144 of 196
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No joke I used to use this 15 years ago.
yea i've been using it for a long time, i like it. anyone try this? http://www.cbihateperfume.com/
post #145 of 196
Mark Birley
post #146 of 196
L'Artisan Parfumeur fragrances work really well with my skin. Spring and Summer Fleur de Liane and in the colder months Tea for Two. Some of the Old English Shaving shops like Truefitt and Hill have great fragrances, cheaper than most mall bought brands but miles better.
post #147 of 196
'Black Violet' by Tom Ford, the smell last very long and it is distinctive
post #148 of 196
I use Creed Himalaya for years now
it is pretty much the only fragrance that doesn't annoy me
i hate almost everything you can get in normal stores
and i'm too lazy to try all these "niche" fragrances
post #149 of 196
Still using the massive bottle of Dior Homme Bois D'Argent I bought some time ago. According to people on Basenotes it's not very nice-smelling. Considering Dior Homme Intense but not sure. I have Terre d Hermes and it's quite nice, but a tad bit too tangy for me. Would love something that lasts a long time and fits in with a humid summer but isn't 'soapy' smelling. Any recs?
post #150 of 196
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Still using the massive bottle of Dior Homme Bois D'Argent I bought some time ago. According to people on Basenotes it's not very nice-smelling.

Considering Dior Homme Intense but not sure. I have Terre d Hermes and it's quite nice, but a tad bit too tangy for me.

Would love something that lasts a long time and fits in with a humid summer but isn't 'soapy' smelling. Any recs?

I haven't sampled Dior Homme Intense yet, how is it like? Might get it in the future.
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