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Yeah I heard that it was very popular.  I was going to get He or Armani Mania but they weren't on sale.  

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This is my preferred. They sadly stopped selling it in stores, thankfully Amazon carries it. It's a unisex cologne, though definitely more of a masculine woodsy scent. It's not heavy scented like some other colognes, you need to be semi-close to me to smell it, usually when hugging people will notice it. I've never had a negative reaction to this.

 

[b]Story[/b]:

Woody, musky, spicy, L'Amoureux is fragrance N°6 in D&G’s new unisex scent collection. The line was conceived ‘in the image of the famous, mysterious deck of Marseillais tarot cards, with each bottle bearing the name and number of the figure from the deck that inspired it’. L'Amoureux (The Lover) incarnates: sensuality. Character: the charmer.

 

[b]Scents[/b]:

 

cardamom, bergamot, birch leaf, spices, pink pepper, wood, musk juniper, orris

 

I also have some others, Aqua Di Gio, Hugo Boss, and some Kirra stuff. I don't like them at all though.

 

 
post #303 of 362

For me it's mostly Canali Black Diamond. Girls tend to like it more than the Terre de Hermes. Though I find the latter is more complex and unique :/

Canali BD

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post #304 of 362

well images are not inserting for some reason. But I use Kenneth Cole BLACK. stuff is amazing. My back up is Lucky Brand.

post #305 of 362
I've been wearing Geir by Geir Ness the past few days.

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post #306 of 362

It's woody smell is better for winter rather than summer.

 

 

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post #307 of 362

Polo Blue Sport has been my go to as of late. Smells nice and I like the bottle. 

post #308 of 362

there are 2 i like, 1 is Clinique Happy.  the other is a bit less common, it wasnt untill reciently i realised that baby cologne isnt widely available, or really available at all in the UK (i assume its not common inthe US either) but in Spain / Gibraltar (where father side of family is from) its hugely common.  So i just grew up with the big Spanish baby cologne called Nenuco and i still love it to this day and odds are if im using scents it shall be that.

 

The only trouble is its impossible to find in the uk without ordering from specialist importers.  

post #309 of 362

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Nothing smells quite like this, my signature scent for sure. Second is Creed ''Silver Mountain Water'' but it's costly here in the UK and strength can vary dependant on batch, again it is a very unique but very masculine whiff......

 

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post #310 of 362

My signature scent is the CK Be.

 

Actually spent years buying other stuff that people consider "good" because so many of those "perfumistas" really look down on the CK Be. So I gave myself an education, but after all that trouble I still liked what I liked in the beginning.

 

So I'm afraid this is one hobby where I'm destined to be an unrefined basshead!

On top of enjoying all the sports fragrances, I also can't seem to resist anything with copious amounts of Iso E Super basshead.gif


Edited by heatofamatch - 12/6/12 at 3:25am
post #311 of 362

Love this stuff. It's either this or some Dominica Lime Bay Rum aftershave :)

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Originally Posted by heatofamatch View Post

My signature scent is the CK Be.

 

Actually spent years buying other stuff that people consider "good" because so many of those "perfumistas" really look down on the CK Be. So I gave myself an education, but after all that trouble I still liked what I liked in the beginning.

 

So I'm afraid this is one hobby where I'm destined to be an unrefined basshead!

On top of enjoying all the sports fragrances, I also can't seem to resist anything with copious amounts of Iso E Super basshead.gif


oh i quite like Be too.

 

sweet, delicate and citrusy

post #313 of 362

Been using this since high school, kept buying the same bottle after I'd finish it, in the last 5 years tho, I rarely wear cologne so I still have a good amount in my last bottle. I go to downtown LA markets to find it because they stopped making it

My current fav, has a good strong smell, just 1 spray and I'm good. Always get compliments for it, I don't think it's a everydayer but again, rarely wear cologne nowadays.

 

 

My 3rd, this smells lighter, could use it more often if I felt like it, just a nice light smell

post #314 of 362
Chrome is nice, although the cognoscenti don't seem to like it so much. Chicks seem to dig it.

My main cologne is Cartier Declaration, which again has some mixed reviews but seems to work for me. Nice and light. Also have and wear Tom Ford Grey Vetiver, Creed Green Irish Tweed, and Terre D'Hermes on occasion, in that order.
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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

It's woody smell is better for winter rather than summer.

 

 

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I beg to differ.

I find the smell of the standard Boss cologne quite fresh and use it in summer.

For the wninter I have been using the same perfume for over 20 years: Tuscany. Lots of musk.

Those are the only two I use by the way, whatever else I tried in the past doesn't seem to suit me.

 

 

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