Reviews and Problems with Lanvin Arpege Pour Homme
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27 February 2014
Summary: Let's dive right into it. The opening of this fragrance is a warm and sweet scent mixed with peppery aroma and slightly smokiness. The vanilla here has almost a boozy smell at the start but this boozy scent faded away really quick. As time goes by the scent become sweeter and darker and beautiful iris note gave it a little powdery feeling. The powdery feeling is not as strong as Dior Homme or even Dior Homme Intense for example, but it's there and you can feel it.
Summary: Intoxicating. The juice in my sample is dark brown. Not purple like the bottles.... weird. This stuff is very sexy. Smooth. Powdery. To me it's useless to try to point out specific notes, since the notes are very interwoven. It contains quite a bit of florals, not only iris. I get a fruity vibe. The vanilla is slightly boozy. Sounds like a feminine fragrance, right? Well, it carefully walks the line of unisex. Slightly tipping to the masculine side.
Summary: Sulty and dominant What can i say? I totally hook up on the review of my dear friend EricRico! A truly great soft'n silky sophisticated scent for the romantic moments in your life. I find it very well balanced and the vanilla is amazingly well blended with the iris and tonka!! Its strong but soft at the same time and that is impressive I feel cozy when i wear arpege pH and i think this is S3X in a bottle!
Summary: Incredible fragrance! Bold, fascinating, a signature scent for social occasions or evenings out on the town. Opens peppery and sweet then glides into a warm, smoky heart that manages to merge masculine florals and intense spices ( I get both nutmeg and clove). Base softens further to a breathable orange blossom, vanilla, and pronounced patchouli with less smoke. Really fun but dignified! Lasts 7+ hours on skin and clothes.
Summary: That's a very refined and elegant scent that lasts for many hours. Sweet but not overpowering, the iris and patchouli notes gives it a sweet powderiness feel. Suitable for colder days. Worth it.
Summary: Olivier Pescheux has created a gem with this offering! The opening is a wonderful combination (to my nose) of fresh-ground pink pepper and nice neroli (personally, I don't think too much) and fresh-squeezed mandarin juice and some orange rind. Awesome! I absolutely love the top notes here - fantastic, masculine and rich but segueing into a powdery iris within a few minutes on the skin (this is a very particular scent in "where" you spray it.
Summary: Arpège pour homme is one of the many fragrance-related disappointments I have experienced in the past years. Once again, this fragrance contains many of my favourite notes. When I tried it for the very first time, I was so impressed with APH, I almost bought a bottle on the spot (fortunately, I knew that one of the first rules of perfume shopping is that impulse buying is a definite no-no). On my wrist, APH had that vanilla/tonka quality I always look for in a fragrance.
Summary: Arpege ph is strong and proud, at the beginning I see a pepper Featured which there is little time and then settles down, there's a place for fragrance strong and linear all the way, I see it as in Fahrenheit absolute but with less wood and more sweet smell fine when near the skin to see a similar note le male at first, but the she is gone away, however this does not impress me Arpege, a fragrance that predominates in the iris is mixed with sensual woods, could be best...
Summary: Whoa... This juice is really tenacious. It hangs about for many, many, many hours, and lingers in clothing after it has been laundered. Oh that PdN New York did this, because it would be desirable. Arpege PH is, unfortunately, not the sort of fragrance I wish to reek of for a day-and-a-half. It's hyper-sweet, it smells cheap, and it makes me sneeze. I am mystified by comparisons with Jaipur PH.