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Monday, January 16, 2012

Obsession By Calvin Klein For Men

Obsession By Calvin Klein For Men
Calvin Klein's Obsession for men is still today one of the most of the most sought after perfume, by both men and women. It has remained popular and relevant from its establishment date in 1986, up until this very moment.

CK Obsession for men offers a pleasing smell, as an old-timers classic should. The warm and fruity sensation will overpower the any negative feelings you might have been carrying with you. This truly is a rejuvenating aroma that sheds light on your appearance and mood.

This is the scent many of us still remember vaguely from their childhood: bitter-sweet musk covered by pleasant fruits It contains mandarin and spice, sandalwood and amber, and on top of that musk, that bring back good memories of innocence.

Although it is still a viable fragrance, its target audience is, for the most part, grown adults who have been using it religiously for many years now. This is a smell that conveys class and sophistication, and lasts for almost a whole day.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Davidoff Hot Water EDT

A spicy candidate
Davidoff's Hot water is the antithesis of Davidoff's popular Cool Water scent (which is also great by itself and feature on this list).
It is a fresh, hip, spicy scent that has been created only recently (2009), and it is renowned as one of the world's greatest inexpensive perfumes.

Hot water is a perfect choice for a night out, with the lady, or in an attempt to find one. It is well liked by many women, even though the popular reaction from man to this fragrance is mixed (some simply don't like it).

This oriental masterpiece has caught me with its simplicity. Some might say it resembles them of the all-so-90s Joop! perfume, but for me this is just another reason to feature this one here. If it feels like an improved version of a very popular scent, which is remarkably less financially demanding, I am all for it.

Patchouli, basil and pimento are the among boldest notes this one has to offer, but there is one overpowering ingredient that, for me, hits the jackpot - it has a strong paprika presence in it. This is the thing that makes it smell a little nicer than other similar fragrance like Armani Code, at least in my opinion.

Prices vary but the cheapest I've bought it for is 45$ (3.7 OZ BOTTLE!) which is a steal. That is BEFORE the 10% discount you can fetch using the coupon code. View the deal offered below for further details.

Davidoff Hot Water arrives as a fiery oriental, masculine fragrance in September 2009 on the market. Top notes feature absynth and red basil, a heart introduces hot accords of pimento and patchouli, while a base encompasses styrax and benzoin. The flacons is very appealing, coloured in dark red.