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  • I like the conventionality of the packaging
  • I thought this is a woody spicy category but it was different
  • The spinning effect of floral notes as well as geranium was the best to expect from this perfume

    • by ibizaspain

      Guerlain Homme Intense comes in a grandiose package, trimmed with the classic black and silver components of a sleek and minimalist outer look. The box depicts the elegance of Guerlain House with the formality of the everything that is written on it. The flacon is somewhat dark brown but it is close to black. The shiny outer coat made it look this way. The cover is transparent. The look of the flacon was so formal and strong. I like the conventionality of the packaging. It echoes the mystery and strength in its concept.

      This perfume is classified as woody aromatic. This is a more powerful version from the earlier Guerlain Homme released. I thought this is a woody spicy category but it was different. The perfume aims a

      more meaningful seduction from its more intensified content. This was released in September 2009.

      The scent started with a little refreshing blow. It felt like the opening was cold but a little grassy as well. It was a good blend. The top notes consists of mint and rhubarb. This makes the opening cool because of mint. But the aromatic or grassy flavor or rhubarb also made the opening more prominent rather than a fragile smell of mint. The segue fostered a little floral smell. There was a combination of floral tones to it. I smell rose, jasmine, lily. It was a light and adoringly beautiful. The floral smell was blended well. Then there was geranium, a distinct and lovely floral note as well. When it combined with the ...

      • previous floral notes, it was awesome. It felt clean and fresh and has this linear floral aroma. The middle part ended with rum. This was the start of the male smell. Then the dry down stage comprised of dark, heavy woody materials—cedar, vetiver and patchouli. The dry down came as woody but grassy however there are nuances of floral strength in the background which gives ease to the ever encompassing aromatic flavor of rhubarb.

        For the woody aspect of the smell, it provided me with the old common concept of woody smell which has been rehash a lot of times. These materials–vetiver, patchouli and cedar is common. However, for a woody smell, it was all right. The intensity of it will surely matter. The good thing about this

        perfume though is that I felt the intensified purpose of it. This should have the sensuality of a male smell which I deeply felt while wearing this. There was a deeper meaning than just a plain woody and aromatic components on it. I like that there was a lingering floral smell that lasts till it reaches dry down. The element of floral notes here was the very reason why it is a scent with utmost sensuality. The smell of geranium was increasingly the heart of the sensual bliss. It had an extraordinary power full of vivid and sexy meaning. The spinning effect of floral notes as well as geranium was the best to expect from this perfume. The perfume is hard and masculine but full of sensuality when closely sniffed.

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