Reviews and Problems with Giorgio Armani Attitude Extreme
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22 February 2014
Summary: A bold and powdery opening, settling into smooth and citrusy charm that will jar memories years down the road. Not a "classic", but a different tangent to the masculine bell curve of conformity. The bottle is pretty snazz too.
Summary: Sweet, weirdly fresh in its sweetness. Barely feel coffee in it, lemon gives it certain something. Reminds me just a bit on Black code, but I guess it's because of lemon. Thumbs up. Update: ok I can definitely feel the hint of original here, but the original reminds me quite much of Zino. Attitude Extreme is much more, let's say original to me. Longevity is indeed extreme and scent itself is quite dark and seductive.
Summary: Not sure there is a need for this one, I thought the original was just fine. It is stronger, but I think all the wrong notes were highlighted. So gone is the ready-to-enjoy gourmand goodness of the original, what is left is heavy to point of dullness, no enjoyment until it starts to sillage a bit.
Summary: Really surprised by the negative reviews on Armani Attitude Extreme. To my nose this is better than Code and has a more masculine presence. I also prefer this over the original Attitude which has horrible longevity and overall was inferior in smell. Makes for a great professional work fragrance, going out fragrance, or close quarters fragrance. It's not going to overpower, but has enough projection to get noticed. It also has much better longevity than the original.
Summary: I like this fragrance that was a surprise for me. It's masculine, modern, aromatic, dark and "lounge". Fresh and warm at once with its cool lemony patchouli, the blast of slightly dusty amber and pungent spices, some minty aromatic note, the utterly dark touch of bitter dry coffee in a perfect link with the sharp tart consistence of cedar. The projection is powerful. Probably some benzoin is hidden somewhere.
Summary: This is seduction in a bottle. This is fresh and creamy at the same time thanks to the lemon and patchouli. This is a dark fragrance but not in a morbid way. It is dark in the sense of mystery. This is definitely a date or going out scent. I don't know if I would wear this to a club as it is not noisy or brash however it could easily be done. This is something you would wear to a lounge. This fragrance is sort of an unspoken hero in my opinion and that is fine with me.
Summary: This is an absolute shocker! I feel like an icon of manliness when I wear this. It absolutely blows people away!(not in a bad way, it makes people faint because you're so awesome with this fragrance on you) I like when people can sense my presence from a distance and with Attitude extreme they can! In 99% of the cases where people can smell you from a distance, the fragrance tend to become "too much" when they come a bit closer.
Summary: I got a sample of this, and when I sprayed it, I had to check the vial and make sure it didn't say "Gravity", because that is exactly what it smelled like - bleh! I left the room for a few minutes, and when I walked back in, I still smelled Gravity, so I threw it in the garbage.
Summary: I first smelled this in a tiny magazine sample, and liked it so much that I went to buy a 30ml bottle. The opening is strong and sweet, but the smell can turn synthetic and sickly. While some of the notes are slightly jarring and soapy, the fragrance overall is smooth, pleasant and fairly strong. The amber, patchouli and lemon notes are the most prominent. I thought the fragrance contained vanilla, but I was wrong.