Reviews and Problems with Yves Saint Laurent Kouros
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2 weeks ago
Summary: The majority of thumbdowns comes from experiencing the first thirty minutes, when the top notes tend to be quite dominant even to pungent annoyance. But patience brings roses and after an hour or two, you get one of the best fragrance moments ever created. Hint: needs to be applied to a hairy chest.
Summary: My first aftershave, and signature 1985 - 1987. Glad to see it is now considered an all time classic. I recently repurchased a whole bunch of these 70-80s fougeres to bring back memories and possibly wear some of them from time to time. Kouros I unfortunately find unwearable today, unlike Paco Rabanne, Azzaro and a good few others. But I do get a big smile on my face every time I test it indoors (on fabric - it sticks to your skin for days).
Summary: The ultimate mans fragrance.In my opinion ,one of the best male scents to date.I first fell in love with Kouros back in the 80s and my love affair with this amazing fragrance is just as strong.
Summary: Love at first sniff. Sweet, powdery, slightly dusty and quite 'heavy'. Smells like warmed, sweatty, sweet skin infused with cologne. The locker room references are on point. It is quite erotic, raw but also sensual. I love it, but I'm not sure if I could finish a whole bottle; it is quite potent. I also wouldn't know when I would actually wear it. Would smell fantastic on men, but I guess also sensual and intruiging on a woman.
Summary: One of a kind and very unique, I'll give Kouros that, but there is something in this that smells like a plastic shower curtain just taken out of its wrapper. I just can't get past that initial plastic-y opening smell.
Summary: Man .... I love King Kouros :-) with the right body chemistry it will work magic. The drydown is out of this world and you ll get noticed for sure. The new formulation is ok, but try to find the bottle with the silver rings.