Dior Homme Fragrance.

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  1. Jokerman

    Jokerman Senior member

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    I was wondering if anyone has had first hand experince with the dior homme mens fragrance. Im looking for a nice fragrance but I really wanted to try the Dior homme but there is no where near me to try it.
     


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    I only know about Dior Homme women's fragrance. [​IMG]
     


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    It's sweet, a lot like a purse with lipstick. That said, it's one of my favorite mainstream fragrances.
     


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    If you like to smell of lipstick and cocoa puffs, then by all means Dior Homme is your scent.
     


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    It's sweet, a lot like a purse with lipstick. That said, it's one of my favorite mainstream fragrances.
    Yes, it dries down pretty well, and the sweetness does get dulled slightly, but it's always there. I like it a lot, and I'm not really a big fan of sweet scents, but it's really something you should try and get a decant/sample of before you buy it if you don't know how you feel about sweet scents.
     


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    Well im kind of new to fragrances the only ones I have tried are he ones at nordstrom and the only ones that remotley interested me where Versace 'Eau Fraiche' and Aqua Di Gio. Would any of those classify of Sweet? Also where can I get samples? Thanks
     


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    Well im kind of new to fragrances the only ones I have tried are he ones at nordstrom and the only ones that remotley interested me where Versace 'Eau Fraiche' and Aqua Di Gio. Would any of those classify of Sweet? Also where can I get samples? Thanks
    Basenotes.net. Register a forum account, have a verified paypal address and start picking some stuff out. Plenty of reputable posters there who have been selling decants (little plastic atomizers) for ages. If you have zero experience with fragrances I could give you some beginner recommendations for the classics and the current popular scents, and something clarifying what each of the scents would be considered so you can get a taste for different 'genres.' Aqua Di Gio isn't sweet (it's also extremely popular, which leads to people looking down on it for smelling the same as everyone else), and I have no experience with that Versace scent.
     


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