Summary: This is a really nice scent that I do enjoy from time to time. Its a great fragrance but its not 1 of my favorites though With that said, its a very classy,lemony scent thats slightly tart with the lemon,but at the same time its creamy with the vanilla and the pepper adds a little depth to this and also making it masculine. When I smell this it seems like a fragrance that would be perfect for a job where you would wear a suit and tie or just for going out.
Summary: One of the BEST scents ever for me. I smell what the top 3 rated notes are on this website: lemons, pepper, and vanilla...AND all the other notes to me combine into a leather quality to it, which I love! This is the freshest, perfect spring scent. You can obviously wear it in the summer too, but it doesn't have an aquatic feel (if you're into that type of scent in the summer.) The main problem with this fragrance is the longevity, it's one of the worst for it.
Summary: start is so lemony like oldie versus by versace.. the drydown doesn't make it really for me, although of course it's a nice frag; not bad , not great either/ personally prefer the sport edition of Allure series.
Summary: This is my favorite of the allure lineup and the chanel line overall. This is a citrus masterpiece. If I had bought a bigger bottle of this it would be my signature scent in a heartbeat. I love all phases of this magnificent juice. I get a huge blast of lemon and smooth pink pepper in the opening. When the lemon tones down I get the tonka, sandalwood, and a hint of vetyver. I absolutely adore this cologne and how it is blended so smoothly.
Summary: After the success of Allure Homme (1999), some versions arrived in the market: Allure Homme Eau Fraichissante Pour L'Ete (2002), Allure Homme Sport (2004), Allure Homme Sport Cologne (2007) and this one, in 2008. Since then, others have already appeared on the market, as Allure Homme Sport Eau Extreme (2012) and a new version of Allure Homme Edition Blanche, completely reformulated, in EDP concentration (2014). This creation from 2008 was released as a special edition.
Summary: Bought this fragrance for two reasons. One it is from the house of Chanel. And Second it is created by Jacques Polge. Opening is nice with lemons which gives it a citrusy fresh feel with some vanilla in the background. Lemons don't last more than 15-20 minutes and then linger somewhere in the background which is not noticeable unless you put your nose next to your skin. After half an hour what is left is a creamy sandalwood smell which feels a bit unisex.
Summary: Sparkling creamy lemon. This is comfort and sophisticated. I will be brief... You have to pay attention to understand the beauty of this scent. People usually don't get that - so they think you are wearing just a standard citrus with light wood/vanilla base fragrance. So, like it use to happens, a brief smell hardly get the beauty of this. I see a young guy very well dressed, working in a luxurious office/position wearing Chanel Allure Homme Edition Blanche.
Summary: Hmmmm. On my arm, yes, it is a nice, lemon meringue scent. Pleasant. My wife's verdict, however, was harsh: "lemon dish soap." And, indeed, on my neck where I sprayed, a bit of perspiration seemed to have rendered it somewhat soapy. The jury is still out on this one. p.s. When I first put it on, it made my wife sneeze. Not good.