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  • However, to relate this to the concept, my take on the story and inspiration was average


    • by ibizaspain
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      What comes to mind when you read the word “Loud”? Of course it means something audible. This is the foremost concept of this scent. According to Tommy Hilfiger, the inspiration was music. The shape of the flacon was patterned after old stereo plaque. This came out in two versions; “for men” and “for women”. The former has a black concept while the latter is pink. The flacon is circle with ridges on the center as if it simulates the old stereo plaque. The “for men” version is more close-to-reality to look at but the pink one was too childishly rugged. The flacon had

      silver caps also with ridges. While looking at the bottle, it does not look like a a branded perfume. This was something different for Tommy Hilfiger.

      The scent starts with aquatic and fresh hints. It was very light but accentuating the smell was the notes of rose which gave the entrance a soft and mild floral smell. The heart was the smell of patchouli. It was something grassy, woody and warm. Then the scent dries down with tobacco scent. It had this intensified woody smell but tobacco had green components in the smell so it made it woody but with green nuances. The dry down feels like a heavy woody masculine smell but too light to smell. It did not feel heavy at all. Patchouli can sometimes be too complex as it can either emit woody or grassy smell. It dominates the sillage but hints of rose keeps the smell bright and sexy.

      The smell was perfect, it feels like there are lots of notes and it that this was a concoction from a long mixture for almost all possible perfume notes. But this is what alarmed me because of how modest the ingredients. Perhaps the reason why this tends to be so light is the ...


      • Loud For Him by Tommy Hilfiger Perfume
      match of rose and the aquatic intro to the woody disposition of the perfume. There is the soft side of the smell which is very soothing and for me it is the essence of this smell. It was a genius marriage of rose and the woody and green character of patchouli. This was amusingly good for a change. The smell is woody floral musk which is a different variation for this olfactive group. The start of this scent is as consistent as its ending.

      However, to relate this to the concept, my take on the story and inspiration was average. This concept is

      simple but less visited by perfume manufacturers. I do not like the flacon because it was too literal and it did not deliver a good relatable music-inspired container. This was not even within the range of Tommy Hilfiger. It felt flat for me. There were similar music inspiration in the past like “Play” by Givenchy which gave us impressive appearance. This was a shortcut from suppose to be a phenomenal creation as regards its bottle and campaign. The good thing is that the smell per se saved this entire collection. At least it gave me sweeter version of woody floral musk and this made it not bad.




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