Summary: MY THOUGHTS ::: Smells amazing BUTTTTT...This is deff a "USE WITH CAUTION" fragrance! So I tend to like fragrances that have only average longevity and sillage because I tend to actually enjoy I guess you could say..."soaking myself in fragrances," to improve the longevity and make them project because the fragrances with only average sillage & longevity tend to NOT OFFEND when you overspray them.
Summary: I think a fragrance won't change you in a male or a female. Wear what you want, and only the way you will wear it may decide about what you are... A fragrance like L'eau de bain by Caron was dedicated for a man; many years after its creation, ladies love it and wear it... Today, boys or girls wear Le Mâle by Jpg, shock for him by Calvin Klein, Jicky or l'Heure bleue by Guerlain... Just to say, if you like a fragrance, wear it.
Summary: I now have both the vintage version and the newer version and they are nothing alike. The vintage blows away the newer by a lot, there is a big difference. I just may sell this newer version away soon.
Summary: I have to admit that I'm eating differently and I've changed my usual fitness routine to include cardio twice a day. Or, maybe I'm getting getting sick and will soon experience some major cold symptoms. Yeah, that's it! I was undecided on what fragrance to wear and picked up Le Male for a quick whiff. I immediately put it down! It was a synthetic olfactory disaster! What happened? There is only a thimble amount of it left, but I just couldn't.
Summary: UGH! This sat unused for about six months before we deep sixed it to the trash can. It was recommended to me for my 17 year old son. He hated it, said he smelled like he had been slathered with cookies and icing. I figured he just might not be ready for colognes, so I gave it to my 49 year old husband. He wore it about five times, before saying he felt silly, like he was trying to re-live his teen years. Sooo.....