Reviews and Problems with Baldessarini Strictly Private
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2 March 2014
Summary: A wonderful and beautiful smell that lingers on and on, in fact it is very powerful so dont put too much! Also another thing to take into consideration with this is the weight/mass of a person I am somebody who sweats easily and has a endomorph type body , and i have found that fragrance like these...
Summary: it is my first from baldessarini & i liked. it is some how very soft and still masculine but it can be used as a unisex one . it is creamy vanilla it remind me of dior homme has a good longevity & moderate Sillage it deserves the try a unique one from baldessarini only vanilla lovers are invited...
Summary: I agree with the Fahrenheit 32 comparison. Strictly private takes it down a notch and makes it creamier and much more enjoyable. Very relaxing fragrance and something that can be worn for work or for play. I don't get the feminine references.
Summary: For me this is a perfect oriental/woody spicy like fragrance being almost gourmand. I never smelled Tom Ford's TV so I cannot compare. Woody notes (cedar) mixed with some dry vanilla/creme brulee accorded by amber and patchouli. The vibe it gives me is very sensual, luxurious and expensive.
Summary: One of the rare vanilla based fragrances that i find wearable. Longevity being average or a bit over average and a big sillage. The black bottle with a gold color sticker saying "strickly private" describes this fragrance aptly.
Summary: i agree with" creme-brulee".ultra cool black & gold bottle,but i've smelled this style all over before.not a knockout for sure,but decent enough for that caramel vibe.if you never try this,it won't effect your life.not really worth looking into.
Summary: I agree with reviewer Sybrarite that there isn't anything slightly feminine about Strictly Private - in fact it's quite typical of modern designer masculines these days. Unfortunately Hugo didn't invest a whole lot in perfumers when developing this scent.