Issey Miyake L’eau Bleue D’Issey Eau Fraiche Men’s Fragrance  » Perfume  »
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  • I'm especially inclined to minimal fragrances that exude an unassuming confidence and strength, I'd like to believe it's the clean and restrained quality of most masculine scents that I find interesting which many women perfumes lack
  • I know I'm one of those lazy hags who find fragrances to be the easiest to obtain for gifting someone
  • L'eau Bleue is a very breezy cologne, I like its bluntness and just the clarity of the scent
  • I'll absolutely recommend this for those with a comprehensible take on scents


    • by jhunie

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      In my years of sniffing perfumes, it’s bizarre that I’m always drawn to men’s scents. I’m especially inclined to minimal fragrances that exude an unassuming confidence and strength, I’d like to believe it’s the clean and restrained quality of most masculine scents that I find interesting which many women perfumes lack. A good example is this Issey Miyake perfume called L’eau Bleue D’Issey Eau Fraiche. I had accidentally discovered the perfume early last year after getting a refill for my favorite brand of cologne. There’s something about the refined smell of this perfume that caught my attention while doing a once-over with each tester displayed. I was actually planning on buying the fragrance the next time I drop by as a gift for a friend. I know I’m one of those lazy hags who find

      fragrances to be the easiest to obtain for gifting someone. In the end, I simply bought the item for my self.

      This slightly gives me a memory of the past though there’s nothing classic with it. It’s the classic version of Issey Miyake in the 90’s which I find to be the reference point and is relatively similar for its trademark simplicity. I first learned or heard of Issey Miyake’s perfumes from being a vogue junkie since then. L’eau Bleue is a very breezy cologne, I like its bluntness and just the clarity of the scent. It’s not a projection of so many layers or dimensions in notes, you can readily distinguish the smell. It’s a minty fragrance which has a good balance of floral tones and a fresh lemon scent.

      The thing about colognes that give ...


      • them a lighter sensation is probably the wonderful saturation of scents, it’s a thinning whiff of airiness that’s easy to absorb especially for me. This one actually has a certain softness, it’s not a hardcore masculine scent. I particularly like the may rose notes which open slowly after a spritz of this perfume. There’s also something oriental to the fragrance like patchouli leaves but nothing too aromatic. It makes me think of Aqua di gio or Davidoff clear water, though it’s not a close resemblance rather it’s the same lightness that they all possess.

        The way it leaves a trace of scent on articles, it kinda makes things new, just like opening a new magazine or book for instance and you’re caught up with this crisp freshness. Many perfumes tend to die on me, but somehow I’m

        still unable to get over this smell. I wear L’eau Bleue alternately with Prada L’eau Aambree so I don’t get branded for a singular fragrance. I don’t want people to remember me just by one scent. I also think the scent is quite universal, it’s not too mature, it can be feminine or masculine. I’ve had fair responses from both genders, men and women a like who loved this perfume if anyone catches the scent that I’m wearing. The price though is not cheap for 70 dollars. This perfume comes in a thin square bottle that’s as simple as the scent it self. I’ll absolutely recommend this for those with a comprehensible take on scents.

        I’ll rate this perfume a 10!




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