Summary: Some colognes are for every day. This isn't one of them. When I put this on, I fight off everyone -- women, men, dogs, cats... it's really tough. It's not a light or citrus scent -- rather spicy and just a little bit sweet.
Summary: This is an extremely sweet scent. I bought it and now going to sell it. It smells good for about an hour then it just too sweet. I feel trapped like when you were young inside someone's minivan as they sprayed too much perfume on. They lady who sprays six times probably doesn't know how to use or bought a knock off. If you want your smells to last long maybe you should moisturize so you skin doesn't soak up the smell too fast.
Summary: Well I must say, the first time I used a Parfume, was about 15 years ago; But I never thought I would find another Parfume, that would blow it out the water. And yes I found it it Tom Ford Noir Eau de Parfum. It is simply fabulous and as a former NYPD Detective and 1st responder at 911, wearing this parfum puts me in that elite distinction category of the prestigious male...
Summary: Clean yet sophisticated. Great evening fragrance that I have received multiple compliments on. It is the kind of fragrance that develops throughout the evening, and is noticeable without being overpowering.
Summary: The only complaint that I have for this cologne is its price; Otherwise, I will give it five stars. It smells very unique and complex. Last for days on clothing, projection is awesome for a day. Love it, love it...
Summary: I promised I wouldn't copy paste my reviews from other sites and I encourage former members of other sites to do the same, this way we can keep Parfumo as a unique and very helpful site to everyone looking for a different take on a fragrance. Luckily, Noir made this very easy for me since I learned to appreciate this fragrance by enjoying the juice rather than focusing on the name.
Summary: We often speak of the aesthetics of perfume and music as being analogous and sharing descriptive terms. We speak of notes and accords or chords. There is the analogy of the scent pyramid as a complex triad of notes in musical chord, arpeggio or composition. I would like to add one more item to that list of analogies: the similarities of naming a piece music or a perfume.
Summary: Noir goes on with a sweet slightly herb-laced citrus and violet floral open before transitioning to its heart accord. During the heart phase of the scent the early citrus from the top notes all but disappears while the violet remains in the starring role, now turning very powdery as iris joins it as co-star while adding a soft synthetic smelling rose note to support the powdery starring floral duo.