I should have stuck with the YSL L'Homme, but it's not bad
Andrew Gilmartin, amazon.com
31 May 2014
Summary: I'm EXTREMELY particular when it comes to cologne. I don't like the heavy/husky colognes or the Fruity/Berry scented colognes. For men, or for me at least, an ideal cologne is noticeable if you're giving a hug or in very close proximity. I had some samples I used and I thought it would be a nice change from my YSL L'Homme. However, I wish I could exchange them. The YSL I can wear every day or for night occasions and it isn't overbearing.
Summary: First off... super fast delivery so that's why the three stars. Zero stars for the cologne. It smells good but is this for men? I mean, really? ...with a predominantly overpowering base of vanilla? Where's the spicy musk undertone to tip the scales away from it coming across as a really feminine smell? Is it for man's man or more for a, uh well... notsomanly man's man? I'm not here to judge either of those preferences, but I swear that it reminds me of an ex-GF.
Summary: 1 Million falls into that sweet, masculine gourmand category with heavy accords of vanilla, amber, candied orange and cinnamon. In small doses and for a short amount of time, 1 Million is seductive and captivating, yet the more I'm subjected to the smell, the less I enjoy its cloying sweetness. I can understand the craze surrounding this rather popular scent, but for me personally, I prefer much smoother and more subdued masculines to this one.
Summary: Lovely perfume,the top notes are strong and gradually simmer to masculine base notes,only prob is that it has three hour span on my skin before it dies down,other than that its a great perfume