Summary: This is one of my husband's favorite colognes. it stays long and it is very modern and manly. After i purchased it i found a cheaper one locally. i tried to return the package ( i just wanted to refuse the box since I had not opened it), but apparently they can ship "flammable objects" but you can't return them. not happy about that.
Summary: This is one of my favorites scent But i feel that it lacks odor i feel is more alcohol and you do not stay all day with the smell of the scent I don't Know if Carolina Herrera changed the formula o this is not an original version
Summary: I love the magnetic cap and design of the bottle. The scent starts out floral, with gardenia, grapefruit, and garden scents. The product dries down to an incense musk scent that later becomes heavy. I am not sure I like how the product wears long-term. To me, to be honest, this actually smells more like antiperspirant than cologne. It is definitely for casual or club use, not for the office or a formal event and definitely not for church services or weddings.
Summary: So let down by this stuff. I cannot even explain. It is average at best. It smells like pepper and lemon water. Just very sad on this one. Carolina for men - the original - has really grown on me, it is potent. This stuff is trendy alright, and very very average. Reminds me of Higher by Dior - smells average and does not last. Easily the most let down I have been on a scent in a long long time.
Summary: What! Me spring in the air and break my . . . (sorry, Groucho) Ok, like they say, it's a trendy type of cologne, in fact I would venture to say it achieves total trendiosity and is indeed slated to become a cult classic of sorts, but it's just not my cup of citrus flowered tea. On the other hand 212 H20 really is a unique and captivating scent.
Summary: My personal opinion: Pros: Top note fades away far too quickly, and is on the ‘light’ side Cons: Base note is of good strength and lingers for hours, leaving warm scent. Overall: Quite a good scent, and original.