Summary: -I found this cheap so I decided to blind buy- Initial spray: big blast of baby powder infused with sugar. I'm not good at individual notes but I definitely pick up vanilla after the blast of baby powder/sweetness. This does last quite a long time and my bottle was recent so i'm assuming there wasn't any drastic reformulations atleast in regards to longevity. I wouldn't say its a sillage monster but still above average.
Excerpt: This was a huge waste of money. I'm throwing it out. I've never been complimented on it, most women I ask don't like it because it isn't masculine smelling at all and most people can't even smell anything on me at all because it fades so fast. The only lingering smell is a very weird smelling vanilla and as a grown man why would I want that? Cologne should make me smell like a man, not a teenage girl.
Cons: It's Gone Within 10 Mins, It's Not Masculine, Smells Like Vanilla Spice, Women Don't Like It
Summary: Short and sharp here, a blind buy after reading reviews about silage and longevity as I look for those qualities ,well as much as I have tried to get the above it ain't happening splash on many times yet I get maybe 10 minutes then 'poof ' it's gone , should I persevere ?
Summary: Pi is one of my first fragrances and I cannot believe that I haven't reviewed this one long-ago. In a nutshell, Pi is a sweet, warm, vanilla scent with a touch of almonds and tonka bean; it's extremely gourmand and very nice. Pi (not the latest reformulation) lasts a good 8-hours on my skin and the projection is about average. It makes a perfect night-in/cuddle scent. I used to love this one--a lot--but I must confess that it has fallen-out of favor in recent times.