Previous Thread: >>15720798BBC perfume documentary (part 1 of 3):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=annRzLYrRwM 4160 Tuesdays' Sarah McCartney talk:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOIjVZO8azQ Luca Turin's perfume ingredients lecture serieshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fK5aUHDpWqI&list=PLCjz2HQgY_j1rjsjBrm61gOBh_RJG52WD&index=1 ---w2c bottles(USA-Canada)http://www.fragrancenet.comhttp://www.fragrancebuy.cahttp://www.luckyscent.comhttps://www.fragrancex.comUse Google to obtain the maximum discount code at fragrancenet (37%).(Europe)http://www.notino.com (see directory at bottom for your country)https://www.jovoyparis.uk/---general infohttp://perfumesociety.org/discover-perfume/an-introduction/https://nstperfume.com/2008/11/14/new-to-perfume-and-want-to-learn-more/https://www.basenotes.net/features/3243-the-top-ten-niche-fragrances-every-beginner-should-sample---various fragrance communities/review sites/blogshttp://www.fragrantica.com/http://www.basenotes.net/http://www.parfumo.net/http://www.nstperfume.com/http://www.boisdejasmin.com/----w2c sampleshttp://www.luckyscent.com/http://www.theperfumedcourt.com/http://www.surrendertochance.com/http://www.perfumista.co.uk/http://www.ausliebezumduft.de/fragrances.htmlhttps://www.jovoyparis.uk/https://www.lessenteurs.com/https://bloomperfume.co.uk/https://lulua.pl/en/https://moodscentbar.com/en/---on DIY fragranceshttp://www.perfumersapprentice.com/https://pellwall.com/---affordable snice scentshttps://pastebin.com/qReuXttj---For /ourguy/ Luca Turin's books look up Library Genesis
>>15726928The new Fragrance Groups 101 chart
>>15726928The fragrance flowchart for beginners
>>15726928I got a sample of Lhomme ideal edp and i like it quite a bit, the dylan blue sample smells fresh but does anyone else think it kinda smells like testicles and balls a bit
So once and for all...Fragrantica, parfumo, or basenotes for regular use?
SOTD: Cartier DeclarationI smell like a sweaty orange
>>15726856Yes, it's a solid designer choice.>>15726955I meant to reply to you in the other thread. I personally moved to Parfumo. From what I gather:Fragrantica>The best database of fragrances>Mostly poor quality reviews and in particular no negative reviews as they always deleted if they get downvoted to many times by fanboys of a scent. >Shit userbase mostly, it's hard to find knowledgeable people among countless absolutely useless reviews. No easy means of following someone's reviews but googling 'fragrance name + username + fragrantica.com'>Active but useless forums full of boomer fragrance moms spamming emoticons.>The layout was nice, I hate the current one.>However, the 'popularity over time' chart is really nice.>The notes were often wrongly added but most of the time they were ok and the way they were sorted from the most prominent to the least was very useful to pick up what you actually smell in a fragrance. Now it's way less readable.>Somewhat good categorization in different fragrance families, it helped me a lot when I was redoing the old chart >>15726931Basenotes>Shit database because as far as I understand every addition must be verified by some admin.>Best reviews but a lot of them are few pages long essays.>Very knowledgeable people>The forums here are arguably the best place on the internet for having actual in-depth discussions about fragrances.
>>15727020Basenotes cont'd>You can make your own list and browse fragrances but it's not very user-friendly and what's really the point if some of your fragrances are not in the database anyway?Parfumo>The second best database, I already had problems with finding some more obscure fragrances there. But be aware that I'm a hardcore nichefag.>Good reviews but sometimes they are a bit pretentious.>Good userbase with many knowledgeable people who are easy to identify. You can also follow other users.>Forums seem somewhat active but I don't know how good they are.>The chart section on each fragrance contains a lot of interesting information. Often notes+type pie chart tells me a lot about a fragrance.>They also have the Men/Women/Old/Young pie chart that everyone can vote for, so you can tell how feminine or masculine a fragrance is. Unlike on fragrantica where you could sort votes by sex but it was absolutely useless for this purpose.>There is a function for voting the most prominent notes on Parfumo but because of the sheer number of users I still find the fragrantica one way more accurate. On the other hand I'm at the stage where I know what most of ingredients smell like, so it's quite fun to come back to trying to find out the notes myself.>The Souk thing seems interesting but it seems that virtually all sellers/decanters are based in Germany, so I rather prefer to rely on my local fragrance facebook groups.>Custom shelves, quite nice way of categorizing fragrances. As a default you have 'decants, miniatures' shelves on top of the 'have' shelf so it's particularly useful for someone like me who typically has way more samples&decants than full bottles at any time.Overall I migrated from fragrantica to Parfumo and I'm not looking back. It will take me some time to rate all of the fragrances I rated on fragrantica etc but I'm not in rush.
>>15727029And one additional point: I anyway use (and recommend) basenotes from time to time when I want to read some more in-depth opinions or discussions about a particular fragrance.
>>15726928Btw, I've had Mendittorosa Le Mat from pic related on my skin for 8h+ already and can share some thoughts as I believe it's worth bringing to your attention for other reasons than one of the weirdest bottles I've seen. It's a brilliant galbanum+rose presented in an overall oriental-spicy way. If you are a fan of galbanum then I believe sampling it is a no-brainer. Very out of the box (perfectly masculine) rose with a lot of seductive power.
>>15726361>>15726383Shit, the performance of this one is amazing. I could smell 2 sprays of it on my arm under my mask after 6h and it's still going strong.
He has fucking genuinely lost the plot, in this video he spends less than a minute talking about frags and the rest of it is explaining his various states of mindhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kok9rZ92N0
>>15727034>>15727029>>15727020Thanks a lot for the in-depth reply! I mostly agree with everything you've said.The only reason I'm considering basenotes is the forums and that I feel that their notes are most correct.Maybe I'll try bothe parfumo and basenotes out for a little while and see what I notice
>>15727072jesus or cokewho is responsible?
sexy boys, sexy ladies, what do i smell like?
>>15727072Some e-documentarian needs to chronicle the downfall.
>>15727137like you dress.i.e. like shit.
>>15727137An entire can of Sauvage Very Cool Spray.
Victor Wong has commented this under Francesca Bianchi's announcement of a new fragrance called Tiger. Apparently there's gonna be a new Zootopian Tiger. Hyped but imo Amouage Figment Man is could be easily released as Zootopian's Tiger. Curious if he'll go in the same animalic direction as Amouage here.>>15727080No worries bro.
>>15726372>>15726400>>15726419>>15727117>>15726786This is not a joke, I put one spray of this on my wrist when it arrived at like 4:30 PM, I can still fucking smell it seven hours later. It's frighteningly strong, it's a pretty aggressive scent
anyone here tried vetiver Extraordinaire? my sample arrives tomorrow
tobacco rose- theyre lying about not smelling like tobacco, its the smell of you gently rolling the end of a fresh cigarette between your fingers to check for freshness. Opening was iffy, 4x sniffs later I really like it, the tobacco blast is gone. t. ex smoker. very nice nowSalome- urinal cake, straight up. do not like. 5x sniffs later its becoming something else, actually more pleasant and enjoyable. scent memory of an old church bathroom. hard opening for me to like, but its getting betteranibus- blah, i dont even know what this is, no love nor hate, neutral scentdark knight- hairspray and chocolates. almost pleasant, my nose is intrigued. kind of nice, getting betterunder my skin- no. no, no, no, no, no. im picking up more now, but its a tough one. theres something underneath i like howevere-water: i like this onedark knight- books or cardboard. i dont even know, i think im getting vetiver, i get the shoe polish bit. my nose is probably blown out at this point. mehbengale rouge- i like thissticky fingers- very nice baked goods with urinal cake in it. its neat enough.lovers tale- all of hers are starting to smell similar now. did not like at first, its ok nowthese are my first impressions. As such, my opinions will probably change. im a picky cunt apparently. no bulli
>>15727333>dark knight- hairspray and chocolates. almost pleasant, my nose is intrigued. kind of nice, getting betterYou mean The Black Knight or The Dark Side?
>>15727333Give them all a proper test later. I'm 100% positive your nose is tired. All of the fragrances you smelled are really complex and potent.
>>15727045I can still smell it after a long, hot shower.
>>15727072I love you BABY
I ordered a 3ml of Bianchi's The Black Knight from a local decanter to give it a bit more time for testing but I reckon I'm just lying to myself at this stage that I won't get a full bottle in a foreseeable future.
Rate my scents of the week
>>15727388the black knighti get the leathery thing, its nice nowdark side is i dont know. its not dark, thats whats confusing. honey, smoky spiced violets, amber? something pissy my brain is focused on right now where i cant smell the whole composition. heres my shit collection for reference>>15727457very nice
>>15727477SO FUCKING GREENbeen thinking about this one all day. handfuls of Galbanum stuffed in a new leather purse with peppery cigarettes and flowers , stomp on it and put your nose in the bag. this is not feminine in any way.
>>15727477They’re minerals, Marie!
>>15727457is santal noir musky with the ambrette? is that like fresh musk? it looks right up my alley, is it sandlewood rose and musk?
>>15727072>I jerk off but I dont cum
WHY IS IT SO GOOD BROS?
>>15727863>Makes you smell like a literal ancient Aztec god Idk Anon you tell me
>>15726955NONE YOU GO AND SMELL IT YOURSELF IF YOU DONT LIKE IT YOU LEARN AND GET STRONGER >>15727072I LOVE GOD>>15727311LADIES HATE IT BUT I LOVE IT! YOU’LL LOVE IT! BUT YOU CAN’T FORGET ABOUT THE LADIES>>15727457TOBACO OUD... SUPERSTAR, SIMPLE... STRONG. SEX.>>15727863SPICY SEX SPICY SEX SPICY SEX SPICY OOOH. OH I LOVE JESUS, I LOVE GOD. I CAN’T LIE!
>>15727891based, where my Jeremybros at?
>>15727863Idk I like Josier and the stuff he made for Prada, Valentino and TF are really crisp, top notch frags. But I’m not feeling this one. For once I despise spicy food so anything that remotely resembles it is a no-go to me, although when the strong habanero smell fucks off and turns into a velvety mint it’s tolerable. But still, 5/10 at best. His Orquidea Negra and Mystery Oud are his best works, easy 9/10s
What does he smell like?
>>15727918Ultra Man or Sauvage.
>12 sprays of sauvage
>>15727918So, these dudes are gay, right? What’s their deal?
>>15727863Like spicy sex. duh.
>>15727965Gays with no taste. Being narcissistic doesn't make you cool by itself
>>15728002>>15728016Actually now that I think about it, Civet has always been a weird one to me. I'm not sure what kind of person or mood might warrant Civet.
>>15728043This is actually very true. I have Civet and I love it, it’s a great scent, it’s not really in any way offensive, but it really isn’t very wearable. Like you said, what mood/event/whatever calls for it?
>>15727457>PsychedeliqueSnice. How is the Malle?>>15727460>Rosae MundiYou like rose don't you? Also is this a bottle of vintage Aramis Havana in the back?>>15727517Bandit is fucking goat. Btw if you like rose and galbanum, go give a try to >>15726928 Le Mat.>>15727863What's that?>>15727891Based Jeremyposter.>>15728002>>15728043>>15728095Idk, for me Zootopian Civet is a super comfy chocolaty amber fragrance. Pretty versatile for cold weather and definitely signature-worthy.
SOTD: Interlude. Name a comfier scent HOOOOOHHHHHHH.
>>15727333>tobacco rose- theyre lying about not smelling like tobacco, its the smell of you gently rolling the end of a fresh cigarette between your fingers to check for freshness. Opening was iffy, 4x sniffs later I really like it, the tobacco blast is gone. t. ex smoker. very nice nowThere is no tobacco in this fragrance, so you're off here. There is however something in it that makes it have an ashy thing going in the background.. anyway you sampled a lot (nice samples btw), personally my nose gets fucked quickly and I have found I appreciate samples the most one day at a time where i wear one new sample each day. sotd here: bengale rouge
>>15728220Everyone just talking about it as a "beast mode" fragrance is missing the point. It's so austere and calming, I love it
>>15727311Yes, it’s very pleasant. It’s one of the smoothest Vetivers I’ve tried, know rough edges anywhere at all.>>15727333Bianchi scents aren’t for everyone so maybe you just won’t enjoy them, but how long has it been between spraying? You really need to do two a day at the most and give them the full day of sniffing.
>>15728244I wouldn't exactly call it austere. Quite opposite it's so balsamic and comfy.
Any thoughts about this one?
>>15728254Hmm I think I used the wrong word (English isn't my first language), I more meant that it feels holy in a way. But yes, very comfy.
>>15727072based jeremy, he jerks off but doesn't coom for test boost
>>15727072It must be lonely at the top as they say. Especially if you don't have anyone but your subscribers to whine and open up to.
-25% on Serge Lutens website with a Black Friday code.
>>15726940Yeah, if dylan blue smelled the way it does in the opening it would have been 10/10, not it's just a 6/10
Just bought some matches and lit one and as much as I love perfumes none of them can compare to the smell of a blown out match.
broskis there is 20% discount on almost everything with code 20Years on aus liebe zum duft, today and tomorrow
>>15728301Yeah I really get this - I don't know how much I'm just falling for the psycho-tier charisma but he really seems like he just needs to get all of this stuff off his chest and he has nobody to vent to except his subscribers. The kind of things he says are the things you would normally say to close friends, and talk about with them in depth. Over-sharing is a sign of loneliness I think, people don't do it if they have a real, reliable social network in their life. It can't be cathartic to tell the world about your jerking off habits, especially when his comment section will just fanboy over him no matter what. I genuinely feel sorry for the guy cause it seems like he's looking for something and not finding it.
What's a good price for colognise?
>>15728485hes still looking for himself. He's clearly not twinkie boy band material, look at that face and his stupid haircuts that didnt fit. Hes trying to get people to like him, when he himself still has doubts.
>>15728392Big hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm time. Dubs and I pull the trigger.
>>15727311ok so my sample arrived>first impressionswow this is smooth, can smell lemon and vetiver but it's very very cohesive unlike TDH (my favourite) which doesn't smell like a blend of stuff, TDH smells like bitter oranges, straight up whereas this smells and feels more toned down but luxurious, like silk v cotton>5 mins laterhmmm smells like cumin musky and not too pleasingwhere did the fruit go?>10 mins laterah ok it's melded with my skin nowback to being very silky in texture now smells kinda vanilla esque with maybe a hint of orangereminds me of iced coffee for some reasonall in all, I can see why people would say this is an upgrade to TDH. If you're in the mood for something smoother, luxurious and silky as opposed to the vibrance of TDH that can be hit or miss I'd say try this if you decide you want a more mature higher end scent with a similar attitudethis is TDH but grown uppersonally I prefer TDH still because of it's aggressiveness but I'll wear this tonight and see if my gf likes it
>>15728541Snice, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Have you tried Declaration? It seems to be the third staple oranges frag
>>15728537Do it. Btw I ordered tobacco rose and musc ravageur bottles.. also my bianchi set just arrived
>>15728590hooh the etruscan water opening
>>15728598I'm so glad people are enjoying this.Has anybody here ordered from Aus Liebe Zum Duft to the UK?
am i a pleb for wearing boss bottled?
Zoologist need to release Boar so I can layer it with Etruscan Water
Liz Moores is live. God I love her.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYalXh53W9w
How big of a difference is there between the three Infusion d'Iris listings on Fragrantica? I've been meaning to try it, along with d'Homme and L'homme.
>>15728653Great set on Liz.
>>15728693I’d like to “sample” her “set” if you catch my drift.
>>15726940I literally say all the time that Dylan Blue smells like CUMMIES. that shit is a meme. why are you dudes trying to smell like a jockstrap
>>15728590Did you get a 20% on Musc Ravageur? I wanna buy Monsieur but there's no discount on that one :(
>>15728732Not him but what are your thoughts on Monsieur? Obviously you like it, but to me it’s one of the best first hours of a fragrance I’ve ever tried, but something about the drydown just doesn’t excite me as much.
>>15728215>What's that?Josier. He’s Spanish master perfume that’s made stuff for big names but just launches his own brand. It’s very niche and keeps normies away like a charm. The one on anon’s pic is one of his weirdest, more avant-garde fragrances, it goes from fucking habanero and chili peppers and fire, to soft mint and sandalwood. Personally wouldn’t wear it but seems based to me. His best is Orquidea Negra like other anon mentioned.
>>15728735I love it, of course, it's one of the best "manly yet elegant" frags I've tried, the rum+patchouli really does it for me. I've sampled tons of other patchoulis but none come close to it. Unfortunately it only lasts a few hours on my skin, not the best performance, which is why I haven't bought it yet, but I would jump on it at 20% discount.
>>15728261There should be a fragrance board on 4chan. Anyway that one smells too synthetic, it’s something you want to avoid when you go for leathery animalistic scents.
>>15728537Try Josier before you buy Bianchi. It’s more niche and lasts longer.
I have a question for everyone.I use Trussardi Black Extreme, which always used to cost like $80-90 here for 100ml of EdT.Now, everyone sells it for like $45, also, everyone offers 100ml testers of it for around $25. What the fuck is going on?
>>15728762Thanks, longevity seemed inconsistent for me. I got barely three hours one day, but another day I got a comfortable six. It really is elegant, it I think that’s how you could sum up 90% of Malle scents.
>>15728732yes, I got 20% on it
havent bought a frag in 2.5 months bros.... xrp is mooning and my stocks are doing good too though. Boy being financially responsible sure is fun. I think i will finally treat myself to chergui or orange soleia when its christmas.
>>15728814the secret to making money is not treating yourself when you start to gain
>>15728813how did you enter the discount code? I can't seem to. Help a fraghead out...
>>15728821is it though
>>15728821I’m done with my collection I just need chergui orange Soleia and odeur du theatre acte 1 cdg. They’ve been on my list for months after sampling
>>15728833>>15728813Nvm, found it. Just pulled the trigger on Monsieur, fuck yeah!
>>15728839>I'm done>right after I buy this, this and thisSure thing, buddy, keep telling yourself that.See you tomorrow
>>15726928Thinking of getting into fragrances boys, should I start with polo black?
>>15728855I barely post here anymore and neither should you. Come to /biz/ and have a non zero percent chance at being rich before you’re 60
>>15728846Where was it?
>>15728890bottom left corner, a box saying "code" or something like that, under you payment method. It is greyed out though, hard to see.
Thoughts on pic related for daily wear at the office?
>>15728541update: put it on properly at 3pm, can still smell it at 6:30pmmy gf says TDH is better and more distinctive , this just smells normal and nice
>>15728998Can you give me opinion on >>15728918Pls im looking for something to wear in hot weather that is crowd pleaser and lasts long time
Anyone pls advice on Nishane Hacivat??,, plssss im gonna blind buy with discount i need summer frag, crowd pleasing, replacement for creed aventus
>>15729008>>15729011Settle down, mate. It's months before summer and this is a slow thread on a slow board.>>15728998I'm seriously tempted to get both as a kind of summer double. TdH during the summer days, VE in the summer evenings. Rather than a signature scent, a signature note.
>>15729008never tried it mate but hot weather cologne is kinda pointless unless you only wear it at night>>15729051might be a good idea actuallybut VE really does lack the "charisma" of TDH so don't be disappointed if you're expecting something as lively
how i sleep knowing that dior sauvage is sex in a bottle and that ill never need any other perfume
>>15729054Oh I've tried both, but I think what VE lacks in charisma, it makes up for in sophistication.
>>15729059Unironically this.Coped luna rossa carbon to get the general vibe while being a bit different from everyone else
>>15728756Just looked him up in fragrantica, good stuff.
>>15729054>>15729051I live in Florida. Its literally summer right now
Ok guys, quick! Threesome tonight! Enigma, Musc Ravageur, or something else?>Inb4 durr both dudes’ll like whatever you wear
I'm a fag who knows nothing.Why aren you guys calling it perfume instead of cologne?
>>15728537Wait a few weeks. Her new Tyger scent is coming out soon.
>>15729149Because eau de cologne is a specific concentration of perfume. It’d be like calling all steaks filet mignon.
>>15729149Perfume is the correct term, but is often associated with female scents, at least here in the UK. "Cologne" seems to be a generic term in America, and in the UK it's called "aftershave", which is worse because that's the one time you should apply it.Perfume, scent, and fragrance are generally the acceptable terms. If you call it "juice" Pierre Bourdon will fuck you up.
>>15729156>If you call it "juice" Pierre Bourdon will fuck you up.I saw the interview, loled at that. We all call it here and I can totally see him kicking all our asses together on his own. Based Pierre
>>15729156>"Cologne" seems to be a generic term in America,Yeah I'm in Burgerland cologne refers to men's fragrance and perfume women's. That's what I thought it was. So cologne is a specific type of perfume, with perfume or better yet fragrance being the more appropriate general term. Got it. That being said how do you guys feel about Acqua Di Gio
>>15726928I rock Adidas Extreme Power or Cuba Prestige
just picked up some of pic related last week. best fragrance i've ever had. got it for just $5, and it's soooo worth it.
>>15729230my signature scent
>>15729156>>15729169Yeah, but that’s only because he’s on the juice.
>>15729230You’re a little off there, chief. Perfume is the 100% correct term for the smelly water in the bottle. Fragrance after all is a broad term that can refer to the smell of food, drink, anything at all. But in the context of these threads we know what it means. People that create the stuff are called perfumers (or master perfumers in some cases). They create perfume.There are different “strengths” or “concentrations” of perfume:Eau de cologneEau de toiletteEau de ParfumParfumExtrait de ParfumA lot of what’s in the bottle is chemicals like ethanol, but to that certain amounts of perfume oil are added. Eau de Cologne is the lowest amount of oil to alcohol. It’s quite a small percentage. The further down that list you go the more oil is in the bottle.To refer to something as a Cologne might actually be correct in some cases. Colonia by Acqua di Parma is a classic example of an Eau de Cologne.If you mean the Acqua di Gio Profumo (the one in the picture) it’s a really great designer scent I think. It lasts a long time, has a nice clean smell and works well in lots of situations.If you mean the original Acqua di Gio it’s a little dated and a little generic these days, but it’s a classic for a reason and it’s still a nice smell, just nothing remarkable.
>>15729066that's a very good point actuallythat said I have TDH too tied into my identity right now and my gf agrees so I wont be buying a bottle of VEhard to change cologne when you've worn it for so long
>>15729384Also worth noting is that less perfume oil does not equal worse. Just because something is an eau de parfum doesn't mean it's better quality or lasts longer or projects more than an eau de toilette for example.
>>15729440It’s been a while since I tried TdH but I really need to resample it. Back when I tried it I remembered liking it, but I was still new to fragrances so I should revisit it now I’m a bit more experienced. When I tried it I was only really familiar with the major designer fragrances like Versace Pour Homme, Sauvage, Acqua Di Gio etc.
>>15729441If anything an extrait projects less because it has less alcohol, which means it’s less diffusive, and that’s what gives projection.
>>15729384>it's not "linux", it's "GNU/linux"
I've been thinking about a fragrance for summer too desu, I'd like to narrow things down to four scents - hot/cold/day/night.I think I'm pretty set on my cold night perfume being Penhaligons Terrible Teddy (I've posted my bottle of it here a few times), cold days I'm not too worried about right now as I'm happy just flinging whatever on, I have a bottle of Burberry London and a bunch of designer samples to get through so fuck it those will do. I want to try and find a nice fresh/sweet/clean thing for warm days, is there anything that's subtle but doesn't have abysmal performance? I have an old splash bottle of 4711 that I was going to just decant into a little atomiser and carry it around but really it only lasts ten minutes, ideally I'd like something in the same vein but a bit more exciting and masculine, less old woman. I have a sample of Juniper Sling by Penhaligons too that I kinda like but I wonder if it's a little too middle-aged man, also I think that's better for nights, and it doesn't seem to perform well either.I have a sample of Neroli Portofino on the way, I've smelled that before but it was ages ago and I didn't take time with it (it was in duty free lol) plus a couple other things. I was the guy asking about Live Jazz in the last thread and one of you suggested some Amouage stuff so I went ahead and ordered some samples. Any thoughts?
>>15729683Based...?Based on what? BASED ON WHAT? ON WHAT SHIT? Fucking braindead motherfucker. Everything I read is "based, based, based, cringe based, cringe, based", can't you think of something else? can't you come up with something else? It feels like I was talking to people with some kind of dementia and all they know to do is repeating the same fucking words in a loop. BASED ON WHAT??? ON THE BIBLE? ON THE DICTIONARY? ON MY HAIRY ASS? Oh, shut the fuck up, is like you can't write a single coherent text without using one of those overused and retarded words that lost all their meaning through time. "BASED BASED BASED CRINGE CRINGE KEK REDPILLED CRINGE KEK". FUCK OFF. Fucking moron, bitch, idiot, little shit.
>>15729686based on the fact that >>15729342 has good taste in scents, i can conclude that he's got good taste in scents
>>15729658I use ADP Colonia Essenza, super fresh and it lasts forever. Available at any Macy's/Sephora, give it a shot.
>>15728878You’re too cocky my brother, the tables will turn soon again. I don’t want to reveal too much for obvious reasons but I am a financial professional working in a top quantitative buy side firm myself and trust me I prefer /frag/ every day and night over /biz/. It’s a shithole that will sometimes hit the jackpot but otherwise it’s a perfect study case for all worst possible mental biases at the same time. We had some extraordinary months first in equities now in crypto and I guess some people had to make money there too. Good for them but I guess you don’t know how it looked like over other last three years before that. I wish you well and to retire early but let me give you one advice in return: overconfidence like yours, especially in trading and investing is son of a bitch. Be careful.
Please recommend an affordable Cherry smelling perfume for Women
>>15726928>tfw you only attract attention from cougars out of all the females who notice that you wear Musc Ravageur and you love itGod fucking bless
Why the fuck are green frags so underrated bros? Like they are so versatile and smell so different from anything else. Pic related smells so futuristic and good
>>15729989Its shit fu k you
>>15729994hello based department
>>1572708016 sprays of Euphoria for Men.
>>15726928Any boozy woody recs with a similar vibe to Straight to Heaven? <$300 budget. I've tried>Ursacomfy and cozy but the barnyard and leathery notes kinda put me off from wearing it everyday>Bentley Intensenot a fan>Mugler Pure Malttoo sweet for me>Nasomatto Baraondaloved it until it got rosy, then nah
>>15728860No, buy Eau Sauvage edt
w2c bottles if im australian
>>15729308>CubaHow do you NOT die of diabetes ? I picked up prestige when I 16 for like $10 and I smelt like fucking cotton candy.
What am I in for?
>>15729658AdP Colonia / Essenza / Intensa, Eau Sauvage
>>15729979I have a conflicted relationship with this. I love it, no doubt, but is it wearable? I sometimes find it’s a little pissy but other times it’s so smooth and elegant.
>>15728392This seems too good to be true, are you telling me I can get 100ml of a Malle fragrance for €160? I’m in the U.K. so even less than 50ml is here.
>>15730741Yes, hurry, I got Monsieur for €180 when it's usually at €240, 100ml
Am I a noselette for loving this?
>>15730863Fuckfuckfuckfuckfuck Are you also in the U.K.? I saw you mention ordering it but I wasn’t sure if they shipped to the U.K., and then I checked and the prices seem absurdly cheap.
>>15730883Mainland Europe, but I'm pretty sure they ship to the UK. Musc Ravageur was at €200, minus the 20% discount that would be €160, it is a steal.
>>15730931That's what I mean, it sounds too good to be true. For fuck sake.
>>15730941Are you implying it is not legit or? Aus liebe zum duft is probably the most reputable perfume sellers in europe, the code is 20years because they have been in business for 20 years...
>>15730964Not even remotely, no. It's just that it's less for 100ml there than I paid for 50ml of a Malle in the UK.
STERCUS OR TERRONI?
>>15730983Terroni smelled like Black Afgano mixed with barbeque sauce to me
Master perfumer ATH rates Terre d'Hermes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7SdB85V_6k&feature=youtu.be
>>15730999Truly amazing how he can suck all the passion and artistry out of perfumery. But since he said it has all the regulatory paperwork I'm blind-buying it.
I get 0 citrus from this. What is going on here?
>>15730999The hand-twirling, my god
>>15731046i never smelled it, the reviews say it doesnt last, even for an edc. Id like to smell patchouli kozha and sultan vetiver from them.
If I weren't so lazy I'd do a reddit post of my niche perfumes and pretend to be fifteen or something and ask how I was doing for a beginner. See how far I could take it.
>>15731072why dont you just post them here instead?
>>15731074Because that's not as funny, and I have in the past.
Are there any fragrances that have that sense of wanderlust? It is quite vague but just something that makes you feel like you are somewhere else, exploring some part of the world
very beautiful perfume, anyone tried it?
My promise to you: If I get the 'rona and have to isolate for two weeks I will go through every Wafts video and edit together every HOOOOOOOOH in to one video.
>>15731192how would you even know for sure if they keep using pcr tests?
>>15730064I do get this feel, Baraonda is by far the best boozy opening of any frag I’ve tried but I’m kinda meh on roses so the dry down doesn’t do as much for me. Cheers to Scentscav for the rec though, definitely very unique and well made
>>15730702>Is this slightly dirty vanilla scent wearable?Yes.t. Guy wearing T-Rex
>>15728537...and it's gone:((
>>15731299I’ve gone heavy with the sprays on my sample today and MR really is beautiful. A few hours before the sale is over on that site...
Is it bad that I store my fragances in my room and I turn air conditioner on every night?
>>15727029>Parfumo>Good reviewsAventus is the fourth ranked male perfume on that site. As someone who wears it I can tell you it has no business being so high.
>>15728537>>15731301I bought a bottle of Profumum Roma Acqua di Sale instead to cheer myself.
>>15729791>>15730634Cheers m'lads will check out Colonia Essenza for sure, question is do I blind buy it? I can't find anywhere selling samples online (UK), cheapest I can find is about £53 for 50ml hmm...Also I was looking at reviews of John Varvatos Artisan Pure, people seem to be saying good things, is this worth a shout or is it all just Jerememe hype? It's pretty cheap and it seems like it'll be discontinued since they filed for bankruptcy, what's the verdict?
>>15731401Nah don't blind buy it, if you can't find any samples (check if there are any UK facebook groups for decants buy/sell) then wait a little and you can usually smell it in most department stores and similar.BasicallyColonia - most citrus, most classicEssenza - most soapy, less citrusIntensa - more spicy, less soapy
>>15730345Because I’m fucking dead inside and I need to hide the smell
>>15731410I only tried Colonia, but Essenza is even more soapy?Didn't think that was possible.
>>15731425Absolutely, the neroli (that's not in Colonia) and the bigger dose of jasmine and addition of lily-of-the-valley makes it a lot more reminiscent of a white soap. In a way it also is a bit more modern though, i would say
I also await 2 ml and 10 ml of colonia essenza and oud concentree. think the oud was 10 ml.
>>15731401Essenza is very snice. When I was a kid, my dad used to take me to this Italian barbershop to get our hair cut. Essenza 100% reminds me of that place. It is definitely very soapy, but to me, it’s not like fancy hand soap, it’s more like shaving soap.Blind buying in general isn’t advised, but if you like the whole Italian barbershop vibe, you’ll like Essenza. I don’t think too many people would find it unpleasant at all.
Why is nobody talking about Assoluta? The only AdP Colonia worth having. IT WAS MADE BY DUCHAUFORINO AND ELLENINO!11
>>15731665More like Buttrod Douchebagforeskin
What frag will get me laid with 20-something gramhos?
Decided against buying Musc Ravageur or anything else. I know it's a great saving but I really need to be more sensible with my money at the moment. As a reward for my restraint I might buy a nice bottle of whisky.
>>15727289Bought this shit as well - fuck me is it horrible. Revolting opening then after five minutes a skin scent that you have to scrub off nonetheless
>>15727918Tuscan leather, discussion over
I live in a penthouse apartment in Munich.My name is Daniel SchützI'm 31 years old.I believe in taking care of myself, in a balanced diet, in a rigorous exercise routine.In the morning, if my face is a little puffy, I'll put on an icepack while I stretch my penis.I can do a thousand now.After I remove the icepack, I use a deep-pore cleanser lotion.In the shower, I use a water-activated gel cleanser.Then a honey-almond bodyscrub.And on the face, an exfoliating gel-scrub.Then I apply an herb mint facial masque,which I leave on for ten minutes while I prepare the rest of my routine.I always use an aftershave lotion with little or no alcohol,because alcohol dries your face out and makes you look older.Then moisturizer, then an anti-aging eye balm, followed by a final moisturizing protective lotion.There is an idea of a Jeremy Fragrance.Some kind of abstraction, but there is no real me.Only an entity-- something illusory.And though I can hide my cold gaze...and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours...and maybe you can even sense our life styles are probably comparable,I simply am not there.
>>15731736This is true
>>15729875Based buysideanon.If your to dumb to slowly get rich by working, you’re surely to dumb to get rich by trading. If you think you are trading you are actually gambling with a horrible house edge. Save cash until you have 3 or four months of living expenses. Then continue with an equity index, then slowly add a little bit of bond indices to reduce overall volatility and rebalance to equities in a downturn. No more than 5 to 10% crypto please my friend. >this is a fragrance threadAh, yeah, I basically go with Interlude daily now. Interesting thing to me is that in autumn and spring it smells way more balsamic and green than in the winter. It works great in high heat as well. The incense is way more dominant then and the fragrance unexpectedly more subdued.
>>15731410Im a club fag, sue me!
>>15731736Lol that's really accurate. Every luxurious night club promoter I know wears Tuscan Leather or other Tom Fords and they all converge into this kind of guy as on the photo.>>15731766Thanks, I mean, one can make living out of trading and I know people doing it. But when someone is so charmed by one of the worst places on internet to get financial tips from like /biz/ to the extent where he comes to threads on other boards and recommends people here to go post there to retire early, then I think he might not have what it takes to make it. Trading/investing with consistent results is really harder than most people think. I'm 100% positive it's just easier to land a 6-figure job than to get rich from trading. I wish him good luck though and hopefully he will make it.
>>15731731>Krusty Brand Non-IFRA-Compliant Alcohol-Based Fragrance Product
>>15731766>>15731799Btw I was also wearing Interlude today. My girlfriend absolutely loved it.
>>15731815I’m also wearing Interlude right now and even though the opening is way too much of a punch in the face, when it settles down it’s one of my absolute favourites.
As far as soapy scents go i've tried Guerlain Vetiver, Prada Amber and Mugler Cologne. I'm not sure where to go from here. I do like the citrus take the Mugler has but like hell am I paying the ridiculous money they charge for it now after the release of those pointless flankers.
>>15731839As mentioned above, Colonia Essenza. I have OG Mugler Cologne and as great as it is, Essenza is much more interesting and sophisticated.
>>15731839golden chypre by grossbergstein is soapy as fuck.
>>15731855so is fluer de louis by arquiste for that matterreally getting tired of soap shitit feels like taking half a shower to me nothing against liking the note, im just saying
>>15731827Yeah it's just so comfy vanillic scent in the drydown.
>>15731839Start here >>15726931
>>15731701one of those travel sizes is probably the cost of a whiskey
>>15731855how about no?
So tell me anons. How many bottles have you actually finished? Have you ever bought another bottle of a scent?
>>15731962I finished my 40ml of Cool Water and bought a 125 that I’m now halfway through.
>>15731962working on my 2nd bottle of en passantbed time scent: a whiff of my old helmut lang cuiron.. it's nice, I believe they remade it so I take a spray per year
Posting some /frag/ K I N O from Malle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4d5MU6fWDU
>>15731987Is this your signature scent or you use some other frags?
>>15732000my current bottles are:en passantl'eau d'hivermusc ravageur bengale rougetobacco rosechypre palatinhelmut lang cuironcdg wonderwoodI pretty much cycle them but also very often wear one of my many samples.. right now I have cuiron on one hand and etruscan water on the other >:)
>>15732007Impressive and eclectic collection dude, one can tell that you think for yourself when picking fragrances. I also used my sample of Etruscan Water for the evening on my hand after having Interlude on me for the whole day.
>>15732014Thanks, I do try to be very honest with myself in searching for stuff that I love and not care about others opinions.. I have unfortunately yet to sample Interlude or any amouage, but maybe I should try some once i get through some more samples
>>15731962>finishing bottles>*hookeranon laughs*
>>15729658>I want to try and find a nice fresh/sweet/clean thing for warm days, is there anything that's subtle but doesn't have abysmal performance? I have an old splash bottle of 4711 that I was going to just decant into a little atomiser and carry it around but really it only lasts ten minutes, ideally I'd like something in the same vein but a bit more exciting and masculine, less old woman.Try Eau de Guerlain. That's a classic cologne that actually lasts. Turin called it the best citrus fragrance on earth.>I have a sample of Neroli Portofino on the way, I've smelled that before but it was ages ago and I didn't take time with it (it was in duty free lol) plus a couple other things.If you end up liking this kind of white flowery summer scents then be sure to test Ferrari Bright Neroli. It's a cheap gem very similar to Neroli Portofino but lasts longer and costs 10x less than Tom Ford.>I was the guy asking about Live Jazz in the last thread and one of you suggested some Amouage stuff so I went ahead and ordered some samples.It was me. I really liked Beachut and Enclave. Way better summer scents than Reflection imo. My girlfriend went nuts over Enclave, literally was coming over from time to time just to take a whiff of it from my neck.
aight lads, give me an outlandish recommendation or something, I want to find that fragrance, you know what I'm talking about. I'm yet to smell a lot of them, probably the one I look for is the sitting already on the Sephora's shelves and I ignore it or its a hidden niche.I enjoy Sauvage(not crazy, I use it more because it works with the ladies), ADG Profumo, Fahrenheit, Ombre Leather, LNDL, The One, Armani Eau de Nuit, Givenchy Gentleman Boisee and quite a few others. I do dislike Bleu de Chanel, it smells like rotten grapefruit and blue ballpoint ink.Overall, probably ADG Profomo is the most comforting smell for me, as cliche as it may sound. I was blown away when I've smelled The One for the first time also. I like Fahrenheit too, too bad it's labeled old man smell. Give some names lads, what fragrances are the closest to THAT fragrance, did you find it yet?
>>15732007>l'eau d'hiver>musc ravageurI love these two, thought about getting them now on the Aus Lieben sale, but went for Monsieur instead. I love how subtle and unassuming l'eau d'hiver is, somewhere it was described as melancholic and I totally get that feeling. I have not tried En Passant, but you've been shilling it so much it's at the top of my list now.
>>15732050Unironically start here >>15726932 fragrances you tried tell me that you just haven't tried much out of typical shopping mall blue fragrances. All fragrances on the chart are remarkable for different reasons and can be someone's THAT fragrance.
>>15732052Haha, actually I often think about if I should write a disclaimer for this fragrance since I talk about it a lot -- I dont think many people will like it much, but this is lilac after rain done to perfection and this flower has much nostalgia for me so it is a rather personal frag. I hope people listening to my shilling sample it before buying >:D
>>15732065I’m the person you spoke to previously about it because I’m on the cusp of buying it. It’s one of those fragrances that amazes the best of every single element.
>>15732034A god’s collection is eternal.
>>15726928if you had to choose F by Ferragamo F black or prada carbon what would you guys choose
>my 3 months collection [25 m]
>>15732077Ugh, tough choice. Ferragamo is absolute shit compared to the Prada one. But both scents are so cheap and synthetic anyway, if anything just go with Sauvage. Gets the job done and smells better.
>>15731410I've found a seemingly legit thing on Amazon for fifty odd quid and I have a gift card I need to use so who knows. But yeah I probably will just wait for a bit, I'll see how these samples I've ordered turn out before I make any decisions. I'm in Central Scotland meaning I'm in lockdown right now so no department stores for a while unfortunately>>15731731It lasted nightmarishly long on my skin and projected strongly too. Obviously bought it for the meme and didn't expect it to be any good but it truly is a scent from hell. Funnily enough I'm wearing Penhaligons Quercus just now and it reminds me a little of Squidward, except tolerable. Although trauma could have just burned the scent into my nose>>15732039I actually did order Beach Hut and Enclave like you suggested. Got a feeling they'll be here by tomorrow so I'll let you know my thoughts, thanks for the recs
>>15732080Im too poor to afford sauvage... I was also thinking ellis 360 red too. For a cheap good smelling long lasting frag
>>15732078>Adventus>ErosNeck yourself normie.
>>15732078stronger with you has such a shit cap its frustrating sometimes, but it looks cute
>>15732054thank you lad, this one lead me to L'air du dessert marrocain. If you've smelled I'd appreciate a description. I did smelled quite of a few of the mall fragrances already. Though I learned you should not judge a fragrance by the paper strip smell, so I can't say how all of them behave on skin. Another fragrance enjoy a lot is Platinum Egoiste. Man, such a clean but not bland smell. It just gives a sense of coolnes, like I've got nothing to prove, you don't like smell, haha, fuck off, go smell all the Invictuse, you basic bitch, I aint no simp. Sorry for the rant I'm not a local, but i've noticed this thread is not usual 4 chan bullshit. Another frag I'm curios about is L'Occitane. The basic one. That bottle just speaks to me, I must try it. Reflection by Amouge left me speechless too, but I think it was the female version I've tried at the mall. The pour homme should be even betterSo what fragrance left an impression on you for some time lads?
>>15732065Not him but you don't have to write any disclaimers. Write as much as you wish about fragrances you love. In particular, as I said earlier you have a very snice eclectic collection, so your opinions are valuable for me despite the fact that I tried but didn't fall in love neither in l'eau d'hiver non en passant. I really like /frag/ because of variety and personality of taste of different anons. If not the anon constantly writing with passion about Francesca Bianchi I would probably never try her frags and The Black Knight happened to be probably the best fragrance I've tried in 2020.
>>15732097I think I’m the person you’re referring to that originally got the Bianchi discovery set. I finally finished writing my thoughts on loads of samples I tried. I think it totalled over 6,000 words... I’ll post some of them sometime, but not all of them.
>>15732095>thank you lad, this one lead me to L'air du dessert marrocain. If you've smelled I'd appreciate a description.Well for me it's THAT amber fragrance. Attaching Turin+Sanchez review of it.>Another fragrance enjoy a lot is Platinum Egoiste.You should most definitely try the 'Fougere' path on the chart then.>Another frag I'm curios about is L'Occitane.It's great and you should be able to smell it once shops open up again as it's available everywhere. Cheap too.>Reflection by Amouge left me speechless too, but I think it was the female version I've tried at the mall. The pour homme should be even betterTry Ferrari Bright Neroli for some cheaper masculine, summer, fresh white floral scent.
>>15732115In this case thanks for that
>>15732124My pleasure. It’s funny how Black Knight was one of my favourites too (I got another sample with my Etruscan Water) but I wrote the least about it. I just found it hard to articulate exactly why I loved it, but I guess not every thing needs to be intellectualised. It’s just about the personal pleasure.
>>15732065I love LAP Passage d'Enfer, also by Giacobetti. I can't imagine being disappointed by En Passant, but sure, I'll sample it first.
>>15732050You should absolutely try Papillon Anubis but also Fahrenheit le Parfum
>>15727912>>15727863>>15728756>>15728766Recommend me 3 most remarkable Josier frags lads. Happy to explore a new house.
>>15732166Damn, his scents are quite cheap actually. I expected them to be around the standard niche pricing but 79GBP for a 50ml bottle seems reasonable.
Are any of the Tom Ford fragrances actually worth buying, or are they just overpriced elegant bottles with a mediocre perfume that lasts for 3 hours?
>>15732185>are they just overpriced elegant bottles with a mediocre perfume that lasts for 3 hours?Yes.Unless you're buying from the private collection. Nothing else is worth. Tuscan Leather is peak normie tier. Tobacco oud is good too, but getting normie quick.
>>15732185If you take all things in account Ombre Leather and Beau de Jour are the only ones worth buying imo. If private blends were cheaper then perhaps Tuscan Leather and Oud Wood but for the price he asks there are so many better quality, cheaper fragrances than a Givaudan's synthetic oud in a bottle and Ombre Leather imo smells just better Tuscan Leather.
>>15732095JF Floris is a better PE
>>15732166>>15732176Josier is PEAK comfy in terms of price for a niche. but watch that go up and up in the next few years. As for the most remarkable ones, those have to be Green Leather, Quetzaly, and Mystery Oud. Specially Quetzaly, going from fucking jalapeno fire god to cute little minty twink is beyond based.
>>15732185Black Orchid, Tuscan Leather, Tobacco Oud, Tobacco Vanille, Noir de Noir, and Oud Wood are all legendary, but the house is falling off a cliff a bit. Beau de Jour is the last great release in my opinion, and before that Ombré Leather.
Did anybody ever try this flanker?I've actually never smelled the original Cool Water and I've been interested to see what that's like, but a lot of reviews of this say that it's nothing like the original and should've been released as a standalone product rather than a flanker. I was given a sample when it was released and I liked it at the time so I kept the little sample bottle, and I rediscovered it this year and bought a bottle, having completely forgotten what it smelled like.I don't like it all that much. There's something nice in there, but I find it too sleazy. It has an extremely loud, fruity-bubblegum opening, there's something a little spicy in there too, and once it dries down a bit there's mint and a sort of marzipan note in there. I'm still trying to figure out the aquatic note, it's there but I'm having a hard time pinning it down. It's maybe a tiny bit boozy. These are all things that I love in theory, but something seems off. It's all very synthetic, and you can totally tell it's cheap. I imagine a scruffy, dishevelled 30-something in a cheap suit, who went on a crazy night out in the bad part of the city and woke up the next day on a bench down by the river. Now he's walking home with a terrible hangover. He got into a fight he doesn't remember, his shirt all torn up and his lip is busted. The yuppies are on their way to work and they're all staring at him as he walks past, he's a little ashamed but doesn't really give a fuck because he's still pretty drunk. Know what I mean?Actually I like it a little bit more now that I did when I started writing this post but it's still not my favourite
>>15732007It will never cease to amaze how interesting are your collections anons for such a small community like ours.>>15732186>>15732188>>15732201You gotta love /frag/ for being able to see through bullshit marketing of having an 'exclusive' overpriced pseudo-niche line and a regular less prestigious one and instead focusing on the quality of fragrances picking best from both worlds.
>>15732166>>15732193This is what quetzaly smells like.
>>15732193Thanks, will look into these. What about Ambre Tabac? It seems to be the highest rated and the most popular of his fragrances at the sane time on Parfumo.net. This rarely goes hand in hand.
>>15732220I've never watched an anime. I don't understand your reference anon :^(
Watching Wafts' The Best Frags of 2018 video. You can tell that they have developed their taste a lot over last couple years. Plenty of fragrances that probably would not make it into their top lists these days for not being obscure enough imo. It's good that they got a reality check from Sarah McCartney and the guy from Meleg who let them know that synthetics and other meme ingredients they hated can be lovely. I expect them to start talking about more accessible fragrances again soon.
>>15732118incredible description, l'air du dessert marocain, possibly one of the best fragrance names. I'm eager to smell this thing. Funny thing we actually have a fucking classy niche perfumery in the new opened mall in the heart of transilvania. yep, romanian here, sorry. did not entered it last time I went because I wore adidas campus, bomber jacket and baseball hat. I will next time, gonna wear a nice trench coat or something, boots and act arrogant. would probably wear 8 spray of montblanc explorer and act like it's the aventus they have on the shelf, they wouldn't know i'm sure. they seem to have frederic malle and all that, crazy stuff. Just watched that docu posted earlier here fron the French TV, good stuff. Curious how Musc Ravageur smells, not expecting wearability, I unerstand it's more of a personal expression from the perfumer, Raucel.Gonna try that Occitane too. I will try the real Reflection, if it's good the price is not an issue. That Ferrari look nice, I wad loking for Leather Essence for some time, think it's discontinued. On other news, I have these coming in the mail:Bvlgari AQVA Pour Homme Eau de Toilette Mercedes Benz Mercedes Benz Man Private ScentStory 24 Gold Oud Eau de Toilette unisex Acqua di Parma Colonia Essenza eau de cologne Trussardi Riflesso Eau de Toilette Parfums de Marly Pegasus Eau de Parfum Acqua di Parma Colonia Oud Concentrée eau de cologne All 10 ml, bar Colonia Essenza and Pegasus 10 ml>>15732191sounds good if I can find it, thank you lad>>15732148looks interesting, papillon, I like spaghetti farfaelle. sorry if you did not get the reference, you'd need to know italian and french or know the movie and the pasta type. jk, fair play. never tried le parfum for reason, will try it. Appreciate it
>>15732227You have to respect them for being open-minded and changing their tune rather than digging their heels in and being snobbishly stubborn.
>>15732264Sure thing, they are still the best yt reviewers imo
>>15732264This is what makes them top-tier. They’re willing to learn and change their opinions. They’re not a WHATTUP GUYS CHECK THESE 10 PANTY DROPPERS channel, they’re not shills, they’re not pretentious nichefags who enjoy huffing their own farts. They’re just top lads who genuinely enjoy fragrances and want to share their passion with other fragrance collectors. Truly /our guys/.
>>15732223More normie tier, but still niche. I would've included it but you asked for 3 kek. >>15732224I think he means a spicy goddes. that amine girl is a dragon of sorts.
>>15726928what do we think?
>>15732331Smells like your average New Yorker over 45.
>>15732262Bien sûr j'ai compris ta blague, j'ai étudié le français à l'école.... Hon hon hon hon.. Papillon.. très drôle
What is the Best Blue Schowergel barbershop aromartic fragrance?
>>15732386Is this a bottle of Le Male? Fucking kek you got your value for buying this bottle in memes.
>>15732389smells like testicles
>>15732389you knoe what it is DIOR SAVVAGE
>>15732409It is same type of fragrance as Kouros. Classical statue force of nature type of a frangrancr which takes what it wants. Not for pussy boy Ultra Male Pink Sugar fairies
>>15732078Unironically great frags. I would recommend a very masculine fragrance to cap it off brutha
I like lhomme ultime but i was in denial about it's performance. No longer. I have never caught a whiff of it once since i started wearing it. Is that normal?
>>15727072this is what happened to your brain if you smell to much perfumes
>>15732428M8, no one here wears Ultra Male.
>>15732563>no one here wears Ultra Male.>no one here has sexI see a pattern.
>>15732574Oh, you’re another sperg trying to stir up shit. Gotcha. I will stop responding now.
>>15732404I feel like it has a lot of potential
>>15731363No one claims that it is some internet elite community gatekeeped by nichefags who ask you to smell beaver ass before you can register. Obviously you will have more normies than knowledgeable people and hence the sheer number of them will make the popularity rankings skewed towards they likings. But why on earth I would go read their reviews about Aventus? The niche reviews are better than fragrantica's counterpart and that was my point.
>>15732599Yes, keep spongebobposting
keep covering yourself in millions of fragrances when all you need to attract women is to smell like baby powder and vanilla.
>>15732574I'm just curious, what reactions were you baiting for?>WHAAAAAA THAT'S NOT TRUE I HAVE SECKS WHAAA AND I DON'T LIKE ULTRA MALE WHAAAA SOMETHING SOMETHING NICHE THE BESTSomething along these lines? If so you must a bit more effort, having sex is nothing out of extraordinary for grown ups. Idk what's the age average here but I think a typical /frag/ poster is not quite the stereotypical /fa/ insecure teenager or a shut in.
>>15732639It's obviously nice to get compliments but I reckon most of posters here don't really have goals aligned with those of coomers.
>>15732574>>15732639>imagine that all your goals, efforts and entire mental space is occupied by craving for women attentionpretty beta ngl
>>15732389Taste is personal, if that's the type of fragrance you are looking for then try a few and decide yourself what is the best for you.
>>15732320Ah I see, thanks again
Guys, stop giving the sperg (you)s. That’s what he wants. We know being a thirsty incel is pathetic, it doesn’t need to be said. It’s axiomatic. Don’t let him derail /frag/ again. We were doing so well!
>>15732262>All 10 ml, bar Colonia Essenza and Pegasus 10 mlTry to order smaller samples: 1-2ml is often enough to weed out scents you don't like and you can always order later a bigger decants for testing the scent thoroughly. 10ml is a lot (but still better than blindbuying).
>>15732666Yeah, you are right I think. Nice trips btw.
>>15732081Try to avoid Amazon if you can. Search for your national facebook fragrance groups. That's where the best deals are and after a while you'll get a pretty clear picture who's a legit seller. It's especially easy for niche ones, these boomers there are quick to call out fakes and scammers.
>>15732077If I had to pick from these two, I'd take Prada. That being said I haven't liked neither of these fragrannces.
>>15732298You summed up perfectly what I like about them
>>15732643I’m a 37 year old boomer. I doubt there are too many teenagers here. Teenagers can’t afford frags and they all just wear Axe or Old Snice anyway. The only teenagers here are the shitposters.
>>15732671yep, i don't really need 10 ml, but I already order 10 mls for scents that I think I will like, some of them already smelled. See how fast I finish the 10 ml and if I really need a bottle. Would buy 5 ml but where I buy from it's 10 ml for the cheapies and 2 ml or 10 ml for stuff like Acqua di Parma, Nasomatto, PDM. Man, I've ranned trough 10 ml of ADG Profumo like crazy, possibly less than 2 months. I buy super cheaps like Chrome on 10 ml too, not sure if I would like a big bottle, great smell but I have to try the Chrome Aqua. All these cheapies add up, I really look to have about 7-10 fragrances in full bottles, not more.
>>15726932Awesome and based chart!Also, where is Davidoff Cool Water haha
>>15726928> My favorite fragrance > I haven't gotten a single compliment on it in the past year> No idea if others think it smells awful