Discontinued Thread >>17346635Informative Videos for Newfags to Fragrance Generalhttps://pastebin.com/GcaXa3mn---FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions for Newfagshttps://pastebin.com/vUp2MLXv---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 (35%).(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/https://www.fragrantworldshop.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/https://ecuacionnatural.com/https://essenza-nobile.de/---On DIY fragranceshttp://www.perfumersapprentice.com/https://pellwall.com/---Affordable snice scentshttps://pastebin.com/ZJCnAZF9---For /ourguy/ Luca Turin's books look up Library Genesishttps://scentertainer.net/en/top-10-best-perfumes-luca-turin
>>17352977The Fragrance Groups 101 chart
>>17352977The fragrance flowchart for beginners
what is the note/quality of scents like fahrenheit and ombre leather? i love these kinds of scents
Smelled Azzaro Chrome edp today:Boring as fuck, generic as fuck. Not worth giving a second look.Also Joop! Homme "Le Parfum":Smells like a mix of the Stronger With You line. Just some sweet shit. Each SWY is a bit more balanced in comparison, but in the end it's all the same.
>>17352977I'm not actually gay so I will skip this thread. I don't want some nonsense about wearing women's perfumes.
>>17353002Nice. See you next thread.
Yesterday I tried Dior homme parfum at work for the first time ( I work in a highway booth, a really closed and hot environment) and I was enjoying the fragrance a lot, but after a few hours I started to get some fecal notes and I was almost going to puke. I didn't even know where that came from, I went into fragrantica to see if someone even mentioned that because I'm aware this is fragrance evolves a lot and noone was saying anything even remotely similar so I assumed it was the mix with my body chemicals what was causing it (quite a hard pill to swallow as a frag head that your body chemistry has notes that makes you smell like shit) . The smell wasn't going away and I ended my shift thinking about swapping it for something fresher on Reddit.Turns out I shat myself at work without noticing. My fucking chair has a big dent in the middle like a bad bicycle chair and it pressured my perineum area too hard that it got numb and it seems something leaked out by accident. One coworker when she came in the middle of the night so I could go to my break time asked me about my fragrance because the whole booth was smelling a lot and I told her it was Dior. Now I think she was making fun of me.
>>17353003fahrenheit has leather?
I’m new to fragrances and I got a kit sampler. How do I apply these ones? Do I put on my palms then rub my neck? My favourite fragrances in the kit are L’Homme eau de toilette, Pavo Rabonne 1 mill, Prada, Acqua do Gio, and Eternity Calvin Klein
>>17353027yes but you don't really smell it. no idea in which way you're comparing fahrenheit to ombre leather and unless you elaborate i can only say that both have patchouli, jasmine, vetiver and amber.>>17353023bold layering.>>17353032i hope that's a shitpost
>>17353038It’s not. I want to try these fragrances but I don’t wanna risk it
>>17353023holy shit lmao
>>17353042put it on the bottom of your wrist to try it out. when you actually wear it spray on the side of your neck/under tbe ears, behind the neck and/or on your chest. never rub it unlessits after shave
>>17353038>yes but you don't really smell it. no idea in which way you're comparing fahrenheit to ombre leather and unless you elaborate i can only say that both have patchouli, jasmine, vetiver and amberIdk it's like the gasoliney animalic ness that I think I like
>>17353040>POV DHI user any day of the year outside of /lgbt/
>>17353046I cant spray it this is what they look like
>>17353027yeah. it's a different leather than ombre and it's more mixed down, but it's definitely there
>>17353059After sampling dozens of high end fragrances fahrenheit is still my favorite. Nothing like it. Ombre leather is kinda in the same genre
>>17353070afaik the core accord of fahrenheit was created by accident, from mixing several different frag samples. that might be why it's so unique
>>17353054the gasoline in fahrenheit (comes from high dosed violet iirc) is quite unique, maybe check out midnight stag, its supposed to smell like a car workshop but i havent tried it yet.>>17353058i'm sure you'll be able to figure it out with some thinking
>>17353058Well then I think you drink it and then it aromates the body
>>17353056Don't (You) me when I post a pic like that and literally wear DHI any day of the year, very much outside of /lgbt/.Gotta get a new bottle soon. 150 mL really only last a year.
>>17345631Following up on this; I went to a retailer and tried a couple of fragrances. I liked Dior Homme more than Dior Homme Sport, and I am about to order some 1 Million.Having said that, should I go for the standard 1 Million or 1 Million Parfum? I liked them both but was worried that Parfum may be too strong.
>>17353058I’ve decided to pour it on a towel and rub it on my neck. I hope my date likes this scent cause I like the one with the little gator
>>17353095depends, how brown are you?>>17353104trolling stops working when you overdo it
>>17353095"Too strong" doesn't actually exist. Order the one you like more, no matter if it's the parfum or EDT.
I've tried enough designer frags the accords and all blend in to one anotherIn the financial state blind buying niche isn't clever. What should be my entry level niche samples (off perfumista for example for price points)
This weekend winter has hit many parts of Europe. What frags ya wearing this winter?For me it's snicebomb, Oud for Glory and The One with extra 01/02 layer.
>>17353110How else am I supposed to apply the fragrance in the bottle without the sprayer then? Is the answer that it’s just a cosmetic one for smelling like smelling salts? You elitist swine .
>>17353126tauer 02 lddm, new york intense and whatever you like from the infographics
>>17353110>how brown are youNot brown at all, lol>>17353117Aight, I'll keep that in mind, thanks.
>>17353141dont buy 1mil then
>dali pour homme>puig quorum>bogart signatureanybody smelled all of them and can compare?
>>17353153Puig spicy leatherDali floral and exotic(good for getting girls to give you hickies)Bogart spicy lemon, nutmeg, geranium, leather, birch, and rosemary. Generally what I prefer while I’m on shift at my optometry
>>17353088>fossil mall watchLOLOLOLOL
>>17352977>https://pastebin.com/vUp2MLXv>Can I wear a fragrance made for the opposite sex?>Gendering of fragrances has more to do with marketing than anything else. >Ultimately you can wear whatever you like.Change this shit please, it's literally not true.
>>17353189How is any particular smell feminine other than pussy smell?I wear girl fragrances all the time and I drown in pussy. If a girl likes you will complement on your fragrance even if you smear your own cum on your neck
Club de nuit intense is actually really good.
>>17353227Edt, edp or pure parfum?
>>17353140LADDM is iconic and of another planetNYI is only popular because >muh luca turin, whose opinions on fragrances are fragrantica-tier but with more snark so plebes take it as objective biblical truth rather than just some completely random guy's list of what he likes
>>17353088>that mosaic floorare you polish by any chance?>>17353153dali - dark, really earthy, a bit chocolatey and animalicquorum - dark green with smoke, it's like trees after the fire and then also after a floodbogart - more vibrant greenness with spices and leather, resembles me after shave lotion the most out of these threepersonally I like dali the most
>blocks you’re path
>>17353631you should pitch that to an ad agency
>>17353187It's just a Fossil smart watch. I use it to control my music.>>17353358I'm German. This house is from the 1900s (04-05 I think), though. That's just old parquet.
>>17353666that's ok, i'll just wait 15 minutes until its gone.
what's the current closest fragrance to Viktor and Rolf Antidote?
>>17353327NYI is one of the best men's fragrances around faggot. Perfect mix of fougere and chypre.
Please recommend me some citrus-centric, clean, modern, attractive masculine frags. Preferably something else than Sauvage and Bleu EDT
>>17353327lddm is a masterpiece and comparing it to nyi, nyi might look boring. but nyi is the final modern fougere, its perfect for what it is>>17353780nyi
>>17353782NYI smells too mature and dated to me, and it's not very attractive. I don't need some masterful niche composition
>>17353780dior homme 2020
>>17353784yeah I'm literally a middle aged man and it smells "sweaty old man" to my nose, especially getting worse on the drydown, maybe women like this shit but I doubt it and I'm not going to even take a chance because once the drydown hits I want to shower and launder all my clothes
ya fags still like to get scammed a fortune from your earnings just to pay some smelly water?grow up already use the natural ingredients from your kitchen smear up with some butter, garlic, onions, lemons, natural horse manure, baby powder, detergentsi guarantee you will smell 10 times better
>>17353780Try Le Beau at a store.
>>17353780dior homme sportvarvatos artisan purec herrera 212basically all u need
>>17353825high effort post 10/10
>>17353032Apply to hair behind ears.This way it will last longer.If you are rubbing do not rub to hard. If by rubbing you heat the frag you'll ruin it.If someone says you should not rub tell them to fuck off.But best performance is from hair and clothes. If you spray clothes, spray from a distance otherwise you may get visible stains.
>>17353842Fucking hell it costs 100-200 usd to remove that shit from his nose.
>>17353849in my country its freebut the line is so long you gotta wait a few years meanwhile, it can turn cancerous and you die free healthcare is fantastic
>>17353864I'm sure there are private dermatologists in your country unless you live in north korea
>>17353666What frag would /mlp/ wear?
>>17353895Serge Lutens Muscs Koublai Khan mixed with JPG Le Male whatever flanker is the sweetest.
My sense of smell got fucked up by Covid over a year ago. I can smell most things normally, but most colognes have this really offputting chemical smell to me now. Is it over? Will it ever get better?
>>17353912Sorry bro. It never goes away
>>17353864>you gotta wait a few yearsYou telling me? I'm from Moscow and I know what free healthcare is. It's a fucking lottery and you pay in the end.Pay and remove this shit. It harms people's attitude to you.
>>17353920don't you have some neo nazis to torture, Ivan?
>>17353849Costs nothing in my country and if it's dangerous a dermatologist will have it removed immediately. His family would have been able to afford it, though.
A question, what's the equivalent of Dior Homme Intense EdP ?
>>17353898Ultra Male is the sweetest of them, but I think they'd choose an entirely different ethyl maltol-filled bomb (on top of MKK). Sweat and caramel cotton candy sounds like /mlp/ to me.
anybody ever try this shit? I like it but I don't know if I could pull it off as a guy
>>17353984That + dirtiest animalistic musk there is. I mean imagine the smell of a furry den.
>>17353952Da fuck are you on about, schizo?>>17353981>if it's dangerous99% it is not but of course need to check first.
Is there a stronger (faux niche?) version of D&G The One EDP or something with a similar dna? I swear this shit is like catnip
>>17353996Try Robert Graham's Fortitude.
>>17353998Seems interesting, I'm european though
>>17354000You should be able to pick up a sample on ebay if you can't find a local store to test it
>>17353983the what equvalent? a stronger version? try Dior Homme Parfum
>>17353996Nope.Halloween Man Shot is kinda similar to this and LNDLH but not too close. Superb performance though.
Tfw shitty CDNIM gives me more compliments than my favorite bottles
>>17353749*ba-dum tss*I actually had a sample of this not too long ago and the cedar lasted a reasonably long time, boring but not unpleasant scent
>>17353749The EDP performs okay. Just gotta really mace yourself with it
>male, 26>live in a seaside city with a sunny and mild climate>try to dress classy but modern, like a more tasteful sexcore: black chelseas, jeans, roll necks, overcoats in the winter, suede chelseas and v neck tees in the summerFrag recs? I need one for winter and one for summer. I like to lean into the attractive but professional vibe so is there a frag that's seductive enough for a date that I could also spin for work?
>>17353780There’s this really obscure niche brand called aventus that does a bottle named creed, it’s pretty much exactly what you described
What is /frag/ thinking about this?
>>17354213fucking nutellawill be my next tp roll frag after I finish proraso.
>>17353996I saw a review on fragrantica that says The One is the most tragic scent ever made. It’s fucking irresistible, distinct, sexy, yet still wearable and versatile… but the performance is just pathetic. I own the EDT and it’s my favourite scent, period, but the other day I literally gave myself 5 sprays and my girlfriend didn’t detect it on me when she came over like 30 minutes later. It’s cuckoldry in a bottle.
>>17353995>Ruskie pretending he doesn't enjoy raping and murdering Ukrainian children
>>17354212Women actually really dislike Aventus, or at least don't give a fuck about it
>>17354218Is the EDP even marginally better?Maybe dousing yourself in it would work? Like 10+ sprays, on clothes and hair
>>17354209Acquo di gio Profumo is exactly what the doctor ordered, unfortunately it just got discontinued in favour of the new eau de Parfum, which doesn’t do the same trick from what I hear. You should hustle and try to find a bottle on eBay or something before it’s too late
all I smell is vaguely sweet water
>>17354223I tried Profumo a couple months ago and literally smelled nothing after spraying my arm three times. I don't understand
>>17354223>>17354226What about Profondo?
>>17354222I’ve heard mixed things. Generally people say the EDP lasts a bit longer, but still stays very close to the skin. I’ve considered just going all-out with my EDT and dousing myself in it like that. I’m hesitant because it has a distinct sweetness to it, I’m worried it would turn into a cloying syrupy mess of a smell if I overdo it.
>>17354229What a shame. The One is literally perfect and the final answer to "which frag do girls like". Except they can't fucking smell it
>>17354227That’s a summer fragrance through and through. Profumo is (was) such a killer due to its versatility
>>17354238The issue is I seemingly can't smell Profumo
>>17354209Eau sauvage might be what you’re looking for. Very citrusy and definitely good for the office. Might not be as much on the seductive side since it’s one of those legacy fragrances, but in my experience women don’t respond well to scents that are engineered to be obnoxiously seductive anyway.
>>17354272I have the same problem.I'm still not sure if I got a really weak batch or I'm just nose blind to it.
>>17352977Any recs on sample sets for christmas presents?
>>17354329I suggest you just browse through the sampler section on fragrancenet and order a lineup based on what you think the person would/could like. If you don’t mind spending north of 100 dollars you could probably put together a whole advent calendar of fragrances for somebody.Me and my girlfriend looked at actual sampler sets recently and were disappointed with the selection. The top designers only seem to put their weakest EDTs in there for the normies, but there’s probably some okay niche sets out there if you look hard enough
>>17353849not even, just tell the derm uh it showed up recently and they take a biopsy because it could be malignant thus it's medical and covered by insurance
>>17354221Wrong. Actually got compliments with it, same with Bois Imperial & Cool Water.
>>17354338I kinda figured that'd be the case, I'll check fragnet
>>17354300>women don’t respond well to scents that are engineered to be obnoxiously seductiveI guess, depends which one though. I used to get complimented on Fierce back when I wore it years ago, some "sexy" frags are hyped for a reasonI like frags that are sensual and attractive even personally though, I like smelling them on myself
Le Male Parfum might be my next purchase..
Eau des Baux is fucking gorgeous and delicious
>>17354222The problem is that The One just smells so good because it uses the composition it uses. If you want to make it last longer, you gotta change or add something.
>>17354501Top three favourite fragrances, now
>>17354429I bought a bottle for the first time a few weeks ago and have been wearing it way more than I thought I would. It’s a good frag.
>>17354487Is there anything that smells as good
do not blind buy frags my friendsit's not worth it unless it's such a cheap frag that getting a sample would cost only a tiny bit less
>>17354634These are the nicest asses
>>17354634Who's ass is this
>>17354638>>17354640Both of you need to touch grass. That's random gas station ass.
>>17354638>>17354640>buy Bois Imperial first>buy Bois Imperial first>buy Bois Imperial firstsnowbunnysteph
>>17354643I've been single for three months now, give me a break
hey /frag/, what are the best gourmands for the season in your opinion?
>>17354716profumum roma (esp. acqua e zucchero)thick ambras with fruits (fille en aiguilles, ambre khandjar)light ambers (grand soir)
>>17353088It’s him again…
Sotd Guerlain vetiver edc layered with Tom ford oud minerale
This tiny bottle is cute af, and it smells reminiscent of both ACDD and Lonestar Memories in different ways. Each very addicting, if you've tried LDDM, recommend trying this whole spicy suite.
>>17354716I'm loving Angels' Share right now, smells like apple pie and cinnamon with a touch of cognac
>>17354464Update: the sillage is almost non existant and it's almost a skin scent after one hour , what a pity because I love how it smells
My go-to was Paco Rabanne's Privé until they stopped making it. Nothing else Paco makes is close. Someone help me find a comparable.
>>17354800Hey I literally just got a bottle of LADDM last week and they included that soap (which I looked up and is hilariously expensive)How's the sundowner compare to those other two? I love lonestar but it's too fucking weird to put on withing 48 hours of being around another human. I didn't like ACDD at first but I think it now slightly edges out LADDM for me but LADDM is still more wearable and safe I think
>>17354213doubt it's very different than intensely, which is mediocre and soulless
covid fucked my olfactory sensesI FUCKING HATE CHINKS GOD FUCKING DAMNITONE OF THE ONLY THINGS I ENJOY IN LIFE AND I GET FUCKEDI HOPE NORTH KOREA NUKES EVERY CHINK ON THE PLANETim wearing roja creation E. very nice cold weather frag
>>17355068Right? Chinks also spying in western universities or companies, while anime enjoyers simp for the le asian female, who eat insects and weird sea creatures. Imagine kissing her.Also every single asian girl are so fucking insecure, it's a pain in the ass to be with them.
>>17354512>Top threeKek. I have got about 30 in my rotation. And 1 Gold Apple store per every 10 km here in Moscow. Gold Apple has 99% of all the niche ever mentioned in these threads.
>>17354512>>17355244>got about 30Nope. 40 by now lol - https://www.fragrantica.com/member/1266704
>>17355041The warm spicy opening of cinnamon is close to the powdery dry coriander of LADDM and ACDD, but from the tobacco I get sweetness of birch tar, root beer, that is in Lonestar and I think the other two, but only a hint of smokiness instead of overbearing leather. It maintains some of that sweetness through the drydown of amber that they all share.The tiny dabber bottle is not easy to apply, but I'll have to give it a few more comparisons with the full bottle. I went with ACDD because I found the powderiness of LADDM a bit too heavy where ACDD has an edge. Don't know what I'll do with the $20 floral soap, however.
>>17355247how's Vetiver Bourbon by Monotheme? how does it compare to Guerlain Vetiver and Grey Vetiver?
>>17353088>germancheck>dior homo intensechecknothing out of ordinary brosdisband
>>17353780Goldfield & Banks Bohemian Lime. Not my cup of tea, but it's exactly what you're asking for.
>>17355267>how's Vetiver Bourbon by MonothemeSuperb sour vetiver. No sweetness, has some Provence vibe to it.>Guerlain Vetivertoo sweet and dated>Grey Vetiverjust datedBourbon smells like eternal natural classic with no anchors to any specific era.Also no booziness at all.
>>17355281>vetiver combined with citruses>like that combination is something new>never smelled it beforeAbsolute trash. Better go with Guerlain Vetiver. But i still search for a good Vetiver scent. Best up to date is Chanels Sycomore.
>>17355297>Chanels SycomoreGarbageVetiver extraordinaire is top tier.
>>17355297Also Vetiver tonka is very nice
>>17355304>Vetiver Extraordinairegarbage Munlark Ash is top tier
>>17355307>Munlark AshNot a vetiver
>>17355308heavy vetiver, try it cunt
>>17355304>>17355305>>17355307Nice suggestions, i hope the longevity is good. Nothing bad than scents combined with prominent citruses or bad longevity.
>>17354754It's me, but the quote is entirely (You).>>17354800Sundowner is the best tobacco frag out there, in my opinion. It doesn't try to be straight tobacco only, but it adds just the right amounts of everything else. Some spices, some sweetness (but way less than e.g. Red Tobacco, Pure Havane, Naxos), beautiful sandalwood.>>17355068Maybe you should get something more intriguing or complex than a Roja offering to restore your sense of smell.>>17355249Common theme with all of Tauer's frags is the spice opening. All of them have that, including stuff like Une Rose de Kandahar. It sometimes doesn't mix well with the heart/base and makes the opening weird, but at least you know you got an authentic Tauer frag.
>>17355311It's a fucking cypress, everyone tried it a year ago in gold apple.
>>17355322Can't say the same spicy opening for Alpes Suisses and Phtaloblue, but I am curious about his dozen rose perfumes.Have you tried Chergui?
>>17355350I have not tried Chergui. There were no tester bottles for any of the SL frags at the local stores.
>>17355351Well, if you get to it one day. Haven't sampled a lot of tobacco but it's one on my list. Very honey forward though.
'le male' always had the most /fa/ ads, pic very much rel
>>17355374Remember back in the day when this type of body used to be considered very fit? Nowadays you have to look like stallone if you want to get a whiff of pussy (exaggerating ofc but you get the point)
>>17355378where? that body is already top 2% in the western world. just needs some hair on the head.
>>17355390He's pretty fit for sure but his stance makes him look buffer than he really is. In reality he must be ottermode, whereas to really stand out today you have to be on the bigger side (muscularly speaking). Back in the day the standards were lower, brad pitt in fight club was considered the holy grail
>>17355411nah ottermode is still fine in the real world. my experiences might not match yours here, but i had no problem as long as i was physically fit. from my ottermode mountainbiking days to today with weightlifting. you really just gotta show it a little.
>>17355420Maybe, I don't know...I definitely feel that standards have gone way up with the advent of social media
>>17355378Bro, I know this is an overused phrase but take your actual meds>>17355411In the real world the guy in that pic is jacked, you've been brainwormed by /fit/tards who were victimized by Mark Rippletits and his gomad fatty fat formula
>>17355374>'le male' always had the gayest adsFTFY
>>17355439I havent drank the koolaid, trust me. All I am saying is the guy in the ad is ottermode (look how he pushes out his arms making his biceps look bigger, slouched pose for bigger neck effect etc.). There are many people in my gym who mog him, so all I am saying his body doesnt really stand out like it used ro back then. That doesnt mean that you cant get pussy by being average, I mean fat people fuck too so...
>>17355459He's not "pushing out" his delts or traps though. The man lifts hard, eats carefully, and may have been on a cycle or two or he's just got good genes. You need to delete instagram
>>17355459there are many people in my gym who mog me, but i mog the average le male bottle, and that's already enough to be way above average. when i went to college and walked across the campus, it was filled with pretty women. i'd say a good 70% were fuckable. natural beauties of normal bmi. why am i going off on this tangent? because once i hit the "real world", where all the average people are combined, i realized that most people are fat or ugly, even women. it's just that at my college the women were from a wealthier background and therefore had an unfair advantage when it came to health, fitness, fashion and what not. the studies confirming a correlation between iq and bmi are also there. it all skewed my perception of reality and i always thought there were plenty of fish in the sea.and you're falling for the same thing - you compare yourself to the people at your gym. in the real world, you'd be far above average, even if you get mogged at your gym. the environment matters.
>>17355481Where did you go for college? Mine was slam pig central, although a lot of them started cute, though that was in the UK lmao
How many sprays do you usually use? Wear?
>>17355506depends on what I'm wearing, but for my regulars:>LADDM - 2 sprays>ACDD - 1 spray>adp colonia - 3 sprays>endymion - 1 spray
>>1735550620-40, everywhere including clothes.>>17355508ngmi
Encre noire chads how are we doing this winter?
>>17355513wearing a lot of the Extreme flanker lately as my everyday scent
>>17355512The last time I wore creed aventus I think I did 4 sprays and a woman sitting ACROSS from me on the train was like "you smell great". You can imagine why I stopped wearing it. I wear fragrances to impress myself, not icky goils. They have breasts and a vagina, yuck!
>>17355513Not yet cold enough
>>17355322Anyone tried the new(?) one? I have a sample on the way.>It all started when I visited the Louvre in Paris in 2020. There I stumbled over a section that I never visited before although I was in the Louvre a couple of times. The section was all about Persian empires and history. A revelation!I was mesmerized by the grandeur, by the statues, and the cultural heritage, spanning more than 5000 years. I began to discover more, reading books and I ended up discovering the palace with the name of Golestan in Teheran in pictures. The palace, also known as the Rose Garden Palace, built in the 16th century, with its ornamental and figurative paintings on tiles, was pure inspiration. Golestan literally translates to city of flowers or garden of flowers.Although I could not travel to Iran so far, I created a perfume that brings me there. It is an invitation to breathe the perfumed air of a flower garden, in freedom.
SOTD: rogue bon monsieurwaiting for bottles of vintage of ysl jazz and van cleef tsar in the mailany good black friday deals?
7 Underrated Hidden Gems by Lattafa | Fragrance Cologne Perfume Reviewhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WI7vZ3Md1u0
Do girls like this?
A few threads ago someone posted a "green" frag chart, did anyone save it at all?
Yeah after wearing The One for a day I gotta say it's very good, top tier designer for sure, but the performance is simply unsalvageable. I guess I'll stick to DHS or whatever.
Been wanting Prada ocean since before it came out and recently copped. Good blue frag. No ocean notes but you can get an imaginary sense of the ocean I think.
>>17355635>>17355644redpill me on dior homme sport
Does picrel have bad longevity? If yes, what's some alternative that lasts longer?
>>17355644God i need some pussy rn
what are the most obscenely sensual male fragsI want something that screams SEX
>>17355658>redpill me on dior homme sportIt's ok, nothing special.
>>17355663get bleu, not the eau in the picture
>>17355663>>17355685Seconding Bleu, not the Eau. Longevity is meh on my skin, but rather long on clothes (although I spray a lot). Really well received. Found myself wearing it more often than I thought I would.
>>17355685Meant to post the Bleu electrique but downloaded a pic of eau...lmao! Do you still recommend it? Have heard longevity is average/bad
>>17355671>most obscenely sensual male fragsNot Sauvage.>something that screams SEXSauvage, 40 sprays.
>>17355692Thanks! Want to get it for evenings/nights, I really really liked it when I tried it in the store
>>17355695Sauvage is pure sex unironically and the girls like it
>>17355697Would work fine if you're with a person or a friend circle. Probably not club-powered, though.
>>17355695>>17355698aside from sauvage
>>17355699Yeah, I am not clubbing much these days...was thinking more for dinner/date. Will pull the trigger then! Lastly, do you wear it year long or in specific seasons?
>>173557001 Million, 40 sprays.
>>17355700It depends on what age bracket the woman is, you have to wear what she's used to at the end of the day
>>17355705Year long. It's spicy and slightly soapy, works great for every occasion. Would probably not wear it in high heat, but summer evenings are no problem.
>>17355711I said aside from sauvage, several of my friends wear it already
>>17355709Layton (or the Detour Noir clone), 40 sprays.
>>17355710Great! thank you :D
>>17355712Dior Homme since you seem to be a bottom
>>17355734Are you sure?
>>17355736Ok, so since you are a homosexual top you should wear sauvage edt
>>17353032Use them like an after shave and splash it on your hands. Apply that way.
>>17355681Is it a dumb reach mass pleasing signature worthy pantydropper tho
Why is this faggot lying?
>>17355813All the reviewers lie. Fragrantica will straight up thumbs up obviously fake positive reviews and hide all the negative ones. Parfumo is filled with story-writing noselets. Some guy on basenotes always gets 13 to 27 compliments everyday, whatever he wears. Only trust the basenotes dragon furry. All other reviewers can fuck off.
>>17352977>Terre d'Hermes>Guerlain L'Homme Ideal>Dior Homme OriginalBest office fragrances?
>>17355822Gay dragon. He likes Guerlain vetiver
>>17355813Had to search for this one again, as an example. User Deutsch100 finding a fragrance which has not been released in a place where it isn't supposed to be released (Gaultier 2 re-release). This man singlehandedly reviewed a fragrance across the pond before it was for sale, because he was totally able to find it in an LA frag store. Combine that with the AI-generated looking profile pic, and this might be the least trustworthy reviewers ever. Yet, a million balloons mean people really like that review.
>>17355852Well, nobody's perfect. He does like a lot of the old man-ish fragrances in general.
>>17355513>>17355521>>17355525Can I blind buy this? What does vetiver smell like?
>>17355813Reminder that when BI was first being shilled here they used they same shilling tactic and posted claims about fisting models thanks to wearing BI.Reminder that every time this is pointed out the shill reverts to calling anons schizo to deflect. Reminder that influencers are still using the "panty dropper" line to shill BI here.
>>17355861BI as in Bois Impérial?
>>17355671Depends on your target audience.If pleb get anything sweet or Sauvage edt.If patrician get vetiver or cardamom frags.
>>17355869I'd like something that produces the same effect as sauvage but that's not sauvage because too many people I know wear it
>>173558711 mil9 pmErosHawasHunter Intenseall work extremely wellHawas and Hunter are a bit similar. Hawas is sweeter.
>>17355858its kind of a divisive frag but buy it anyway. smells like a forest floor to me
>>17355878>>17355874if vetiver - Vetiver extraordinaire or BIif cardamom - Blew electrique, Halloween man shot
>>17355880Would it make sense if I already have CDNIM with the smoky thing going on?
>>17355878Guerlain vetiver, guerlain vetiver extreme, and gevinchy vetyver
>>17355861First of all, bi was introduced here way before that. Secondly you get your panties twisted because one guy makes a funny post that gets memed later.I might have been the third or forth person here to have bought bi, in august last year. The original bi anon bought and posted about it earlier in the year or even before that. Then there was sporadic talk and shilling from OG and maybe another anon. The proverbial snowball grew more rapidly in late summer/fall as more anons got it.
>>17355891>Guerlain vetiver, guerlain vetiver extremedated grampa shit
>>17355861>posted claims about fisting models thanks to wearing BIthere's no need to deflect, you are a literal schizo if you think shitposts like that are shilling
>>17355874>Erosedp or edt? I thought women thought it smelled bad, same for 1M. they seem to belong to that "guys think they're sexy but women actually don't like them" category
>>17355894Which notes make them dated? Is it the tobacco in Guerlain vetiver? I don’t think you’ve tried Guerlain vetiver extreme because this one isn’t dated at all, but is mature. If anon wants something more youthful and simple he could try Guerlain homme leau boissee, similar to Terre de Hermes but uses like mint instead of burnt orange in the top.
>>17355918*Uses lime mint
>>17355912I had much success with the older edt. Even if they watered it down I still think the edt should be ok.
>>17355918>don’t think you’ve tried Guerlain vetiverlol it was literally everywhere years agodated garbage.
How is the citrus in BDC?
>>17355912>guys think they're sexy but women actually don't like themTrue for any frag if you are disgusting.
>>17355932No one cares about this shit. BDC=NPC
>>17355933I'm good looking, dress well and have good hygiene. But some frags are lauded by guys yet most women don't care. Prime example is Aventus. Frag autists need to learn that "complex" and "interesting" frags are mediocre when it comes to smelling actually pleasant to other people>>17355936Seethe harder
>>17355938>women don't care. Prime example is AventusThey do care a lot. But Aventus does not help if you are a clean good looking disgusting person.Neither will a bdc help you, because it's npc.
>>17355945Talking from experience, no, they don't give a shit about your niche masterpiece.>Neither will a bdc help you, because it's npc.yep you have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. Try interacting with women in real life
>>17355949>says the guy who thinks his autistic niche collection will woo the girltouch grass, have sex you're obviously seething hard because you've never felt the warmth of a woman. Your next post will be some flavor of "no u, projecting etc"
>>17355959boiling in rage so hard he's just repeating posts lmao. Keep pretending
>>17355928>can’t readWe’re talking about two different fragrances here. Guerlain vetiver (classic from the 50s) and Guerlain vetiver extreme (2014) I don’t think Guerlain vetiver extreme is dated at all and I still don’t believe you’ve tried it if you’re saying it’s dated. Or maybe the mature notes are throwing you off
>>17355938You can enjoy what you smell all day or be mass pleasing. I choose the former as long as it encircles something my wife tolerates.
>>17355972>You can enjoy what you smell all day or be mass pleasingYou can do both actually, and easily at that, as long as you haven't fallen down the "fragrance enthusiast" rabbit hole and started convincing yourself that barnyard ouds smell interesting
>>17355964>two different fragrances hereWhat kind of shithole do you live in that you believe someone could not have tried GVE?
>>17355994like clockwork, npc
>>17355932imo it almost feels like it fuses into the substructure of the ambers, the woods and incense to create a kind of persistent dark citrus
>>17356006Does it play a different role in the EDT, EDP and Parfum versions?
>>17354209the one edp
>>17355945Seethe more you spastic virgin. Women do not care what frag you wear as long as they like the scent. Versace Eros, Dylan Blue, DG The One or Dior Sauvage are all run of the mill NPC frags and women love them more than anything Creed, Mancers or Amouage shit out.
>>17356029>Dylan Blueis it that good? a worthy alternative to bdc and sauvage?
>>17356034It's same but different. Go to the store and try it. Is it worth? Depends on what you want from it.
Issey Miyake - Wood and Wood
What are some complex winter fragrances with amazing performance. I'm fucking tired of fragrances that lady for one or two hours and then dissappear. I love to smell myself the stuff I buy, I don't care if my gf can smell it when she is sleeping on my chest
>>17356029I've got equally high success with all of those frags. And you are just a butthurt incel lol.>>17356034>Dylan Blue>is it that goodSmells like sauvage + old man body odour.
>>17356059Oh you're that guy. Your opinions are shit and you're obviously an autistic virgin
>>17356059Which proves my point you autistic virgin. Women do not care.
>>17356063>RaghbaWhich one? Oud for glory?
>>17356076>>Raghba>Which one? Oud for glory?You are retarded, right? And also you are this incel lol >>17356065 >>17356066
>>17352977NAUGHTON AND WILSON CHYPRE FULMINARE LAUNCHES!! - Mr Smelly New Fragrance Revealedhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0M0ziM5RAU
>>17352977Anyone know a good dupe for Ralph Lauren's Lauren? It's my mom's favorite perfume and it looks like it's been discontinued.
>>17356087What the fuck are you talking about, I'm asking you about perfumes
>>17356013The same idea plays out in all 3 imo but the edp strikes the best balance between the base of the fragrance and the citrus as I described it. Imo it creates a long lasting citrus by almost infusing it into the base. They play well off one another, the base resins and woods aren't too heavy and the citrus isn't as fleeting. In the edt I think it leans more into the citrus so isn't as dark, more fresh. In the parfum it leans more into the base and resins. All have a similar structure and idea, but it depends what you want to lean in more, do you want fresh and more warm weather leaning, do you want something a bit more versatile, or do you want something a bit darker that leans colder weather.
>>17355858I disliked all vetiver-forward fragrances I've smelled. You should know what it smells like before you buy something like that, especially because many stores have it.
>>17355912Because they've been pumped and dumped by a guy wearing 1M/Eros. Just remember that still means they fucked them.
>>17355822based opinion. the gay basenotes dragon is unironically the only reviewer whose opinion I trust. well, I guess I like Ramsey too, but his videos are a bitch to navigate
>>17355992I live in the corrupt shit hole called merica I don’t think you tried vetiver extreme because you keep calling it dated. It is a fragrance from 2014 and doesn’t smell like it’s 1950s counterpart
I work at a perfume store, get Paco Rabanne's 1 million Lucky for men if you want some bitches.
>>17356200you should ignore everyone that calls fragrances dated just because they're from pre 2020
>>17355671Al Haramain Oudh 36 Nuit
>>17356217He’s a type of man that considers anything outside the current top 40s music old school.
>>17355671Guerlain Jicky or Guerlain habit rouge
Anyone tried pic related? What does it smell like?
What's a good unscented deodorant to use alongside a fragrance?
>>17356429yes, I have a decantit's a light, creamy, close-to-skin fragrance, reminds me of bailey's not too good if you smell it close but its nice in the air, but wouldn't get a bottle though its very original - akkad and idole are gems in their category imo
https://ynepsie.com/new cheap niche brand with bertand duchafour's few takes, might give https://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/Ynepsie/Man-s-Roots-77270.html a shot (seems to be priced at 34 euros/50ml for an EdP, which is really cheap)
>>17354800interesting, I tried LDDM and found it very mediocre, yet unique for sure. meanwhile ACDD is absolutely amazing, idk why they create such different images even though they're very similar as fragrances, but found it def signature worthy. loved sundowner as well, one of the best boozy comfy tobacco frags without leaning too sweet. it's real swetness and not synthetic one, but had a huge problem with performance, around 4 hours or so only. lonestar memories is another one of my favs from tauer, it smells like a specific play dough I used to have, creating this feeling of a young boy trying to be a man, like going out with your dad hunting, but still carrying the play dough and crayons on your backpack to draw and play. absolutely lovely smell.>>17355322my only issue with sundowner is really the performance. for me, it nails the balance between tobacco and sweetness very well, but lacks that lasting punch. 2011 pure havane usually lasts me 8h, but it's way rougher around the edges. on the opposite side, naxos is too well blended, lacks edgy spicy charismatic side...good, but bland.>>17355641the carbon flanker is probably the closest we have to bvlgari black, it's def worth checking as well. >>17355813this shit fucking sucks. one of the most offensively synthetic frags I've ever tried
opinions? this entire brand looks kinda suspicious to me, like they try to pretend their products are better then they actually are, but i think this frag is promising
>>17355506today i used 16 shots of remiscence patchouli, but I feel like temperature below 0 celcius kills the sillage like crazywhen it's a fresh frag, i would go with 20-25+
>>17356604France only? Was down for the sample pack
Why am I struggling to find an everyday woody fragrance, that's pleasant to be around in Fall for everyday use? Everything I look up on fragrantica is labeled as 'Warm Spicy' which is too cloying for my country's climate, while some "woody" fragrances I tried (like Givenchy Boisee / 1 million Lucky) are more warm spicy than woody to my nose.My favourite woody fragrance is Emporio Armani He, and currently use Nike Indigo.I work mostly outside.Suggestions?
>>17356850CdG 2 Man, Parle moi de parfume Papyrus Oud
>>17356850You could try woodcut, or something from this chart.>>17355631
>>17356604>cheap niche>known perfumer >30 euroyeah thats a recipe for disaster i feel like the best hope for cheap and good is heavily discounted or unknown brand with unknown perfumers.
Eros actually smells goodNever listen to /frag/
>>17356604Only France so far, though. Can't get that sample pack.>>17356637Sundowner lasted really long on me (and so does Pure Havane), so I had no issues there. Might just have been lucky.>>17356850Try Lalique Equus EdP.
>>17356941Eros smells like vanilla bile, specifically my bile (which is the only bile smell I know). Every time somebody says that Eros actually smells good I whip out that blue sample and spray some on my wrist, and every time it smells like vanilla bile. Then again it was voted as the #1 fragrance that smells like Axe deodorant in a blind test, so it must have something going for it.
>>17356101Look on Amazon or ebay, there are still some bottles of Lauren out there.Stock up on a couple bottles and they'll last her a long time
hey guys,looking for a nice fragrance to beat the australian summer heat. preferably a night frag, kinda floral and fresh (dont mind unisex). i like stuff like voyage D'hermes and l'ombre des merveilles. 20 btw
>>17357023declaration d'un soirJeP neroli intensemaybe prada l'homme
>>17356941I've literally only smelled people from the Indian subcontinent wearing it.
>>17357040why do you keep posting porn in the frag general, anon? what could compell a man to do this?
>>17357023Versace Pour Homme AdG Profondo Jeanne en Provence Neroli Intense or Ferrari Bright Neroli Guerlain L'Homme Ideal Versace Man Eau FraicheCartier Declaration d'Un Soir
>>17356367> t. can not tell a smell from a soundlol
>>17357023are you in melbourne?