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This one is for the matured gentleman and probably best for outdoor use, as the power level is huge. When I came across this few days back in a shopping mall, I sprayed it on my hand and forgot about it. It's my first experience with my new bottle, I'll try it again to confirm that.
After about an hour or so later when I got into the car to leave I had this wonderful smell radiating from my arm and loved it. This perfume was created in 1998 however it smells like from the 80's. This is the best oriental designer for me and it can be obtained for so cheap, it hurts .
Jaipur is clearly a winter/ fall scent, but I feel that early spring is also an option. It really brings it all together, and in my opinion, its the star of the show. It's much more versatile than I thought it would be. Definitely one of my favourite designer fragrances of all time. *sighs* I'm gonna get balloon-executed for this, but here we go: All the love, good reviews and references from other scents to Jaipur made me blind-buy a test bottle of the EDP version. (I'm looking at you La Nuit De L'Homme) At least the current reformulation of the EDT still lasts over 6 hours.
I wouldn't say it's sexy, nor would I call it' masculine eather. Though I've never been to India, I thought the smell belongs there,so the frag deserves his name. If you, like me, we’re worried because the bottle is a bit gaudy and cheap looking... EDP Longevity - 24h Silage - strong 4-6h, leaves a trail for 12h Versatility - hard to define, your personality will dictate you Finally I tested this mythical fragrance.
The dry down is just as beautiful as the opening and mid. The first time I smelled this, I didn't care for it and washed it off immediately. All this combines sublimely, to make a complex, nuanced, but smooth fragrance that has a cozy, delicious, inviting smell. So when you add in the price, it's a hell of a fragrance. There was a bit where it seemed a little powdery and then it mellowed into a lovely vanilla that is just nutty enough not to be too sweet. The reviews of Phoenix and Slave for Scents essentially nailed it.