Summary: A yawn, a nice yawn, but a generic copy of copies nonetheless. Vaguely fresh, spicy, fruity, woody, with that ubiquitous late 90s -2000s era chord present in so many celebrity (MJ Flight and Carlos Santana come to mind) and "fresh-spicy scents - Boss Bottled also rings a bell.
Summary: Wow! How people can hate this fragrance....smooth violet leaves and aquatic feel! The scent is very linear. Great longevity, I get 6-7 hours with heavy sweating while dancing. Huge compliments getter from the opposite sex and random people, even caught few people smelling the neck or smilling while...
Summary: This juice is so fck*n good, damn! I wish I had discovered this before, the citrusy + gingery + spicy open it gives a sensation so fresh, so clean, so masculine! I feel so self confident whenever I wear this out! 4,8 out of 5! You should definitely try this, this shi* is the bomb!
Summary: In my opinion, one of the most underrated fragrances, currently. I really can't stress how much I love this stuff. I think they really should've just called this "Libre", and gave it a different bottle design. It's so good, I think it deserves to be a fragrance of it's own.
Summary: A timeless classic… A legend… I was reminded this morning of the beauty of YSL’s L’Homme… A fragrance nearly 10 years old and still going strong. This blend of citrus, spicy, and tonka bean notes remains a staple go-to fragrance in my collection.
Summary: Citrus + Spice + Ginger + Tonka bean. This is a rather crowd-pleasing fragrance that is really powered by tonka bean, which gives it that sweetness that many here are commenting on. The opening is really powerful, which I believe is the strategy that YSL is going for here.