Reviews and Problems with Yves Saint Laurent Kouros
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2 weeks ago
Summary: @Calyx93, your suggestion is ah-Mazing!! I tried the layering this afternoon, 2 sprays of Kouros, 1 spray Shalimar edt, and the Queen infuses the King back to wildlife. Shalimar never goes away, that dreamy smoky vanilla and incense is there, but the King regains his manhood; the animalics that are diminished erect before me in all their glory! Kouros smells like Kouros, and he's taking the town by storm! A+ combo!
Summary: believe it or not, this scent layers beautifully and synergistically with shalimar - the animalics combine in a very feline way and the honey and leather in the kouros plays beautifully with shalimar's vanilla and incense. sublime - try it for yourself!
Summary: I've had this for a little while now, and I have to say this might just be my all time favorite absolute best perfume of all time. There are others, but this is at least among the best. I love it. animalic, musky, aromatic, powdery, honey, leather - all the main accords here are top favorites for me.
Summary: I had this as a present for my 20th birthday and I love this scent. To me it smelled crisp and clean, however, my sister and my mom are somewhat repelled by this fragrance. When I spray it on after a while they would say I smelled like urine. But I don't know, I never get that from Kouros. I still love it and I would still wear it if I could get another bottle.
Summary: When I first started my fragrance-journey, I remember sniffing this and totally hating it. That was about two years ago. Now that I have grown and sniffed many scents and own many very awesome bottles and wear cologne them daily, I decided to give this a sniff once more. And I must say that it didn't smell bad anymore. It actually smelled pretty damn nice, and intriguing.
Summary: I love this fragrance. (See my review somewhere below.) But be warned: less sophisticated noses might not appreciate this. After applying one spritz of this, I went to work and a co-worker said, "Did someone spray some bugspray?" Just so you know... P.S. I still wear it to work sometimes.
Summary: @ Connor, considering Versace pour homme is your signature, I think that says it all. I personally find Versace pour Homme to smell like carpet cleaner, because of the cascalone note. Kouros is a divisive fragrance but many love it and its called King Kouros for a reason. Its one of the few fragrances, that is brazen in its masculinity and reeks of power and sensuality. Its dirtiness from the civet, is what makes it stand out in sea of boring johnny aquatic fragrances.