Kenzo Homme Eau De Parfum 110ml

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Kenzo Homme Eau De Parfum 110ml

Kenzo Homme Eau De Parfum 110ml

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KENZO PARFUMS is committed to a more beautiful world, which is why the KENZO HOMME Eau de Parfum bottle contains 15% recycled glass and reduces its weight by 23% to contain 10 ml of additional fragrance*. In this review, you will discover Kenzo Pour Homme and learn about its notes and how it’s wearable. The evaluation will explore its seasonality, strength, presentation as well as its value for money. Overview Similarly, it’s worth remembering that less is more with Kenzo Pour Homme. Layering it on will lose the nuanced complexities and the notes’ details. However, using it sparingly will allow the minor notes to better reveal themselves against their stronger peers. Kenzo Pour Homme is a great all-day option that feels appropriate during the day, the evening and at night. This is a fragrance that feels at home during a Saturday shopping spree as well as a night out about town. Kenzo Pour Homme opens with a rich accord of seaweed and sea salt (sel marin) that deeply interact over a complex bed. Rosemary adds an element of aromatic freshness, which accompanies bittersweet bergamot. Discernable mahogany notes evoke leather and tobacco with a sweet finish. Heart Notes

Hermès Un Jardin En Méditerranée EDT is the epitome of sophistication and Diptyque Florabellio EDT has an unusual coffee-infused take on the theme. Much like the heart, the base follows in complexity. Overt notes of cedar wood provide a sharp contrast to its accompanying notes with fresh and oily wood tones. Otherwise, the base consists of a tableau of moist, fresh and earthy oak moss. On a similar theme, ambergris and patchouli shortly follow with a long, sweet finish. Finally, its masculinity is discernable yet curbed rendering it into something that is virile but not overpowering. Presentation and Value For Money

Likewise, its seasonality render it an almost all-year fragrance. Although it’s effectiveness wanes during the autumn, the oak moss and patchouli notes make it certainly wearable. Furthermore, aromatic spices such as clove make it a plausable option for winter. Meanwhile, the overall marine theme renders it ideal for warmer months during spring and summer. Although introduced in 1991, Kenzo Pour Homme is a lesser-known yet modern aquatic fragrance for men. Despite having been overshadowed by peers such as Davidoff Cool Water, it nonetheless offers a comparable yet unique experience.

Quentin Bisch signs this masculine fragrance with woody and salty notes, composed of a leather accord, patchouli and a marine accord. Although the aforementioned Davidoff Cool Water predated its release by 3 years, Kenzo’s iteration of aquatics is an altogether different experience. However, it’s difficult not to compare these two fragrances that are alike in both theme and era. All at sea… And we mean that in a good way, of course. This is one busy genre with a huge variety of choices and price points. Christian Mathieu was the nose behind Kenzo Pour Homme, which underwent a number of reformulations since its original release in 1991. Nevertheless, Kenzo’s concoction is one of the few surviving aquatic fragrances for men from the early 1990s.The only irksome aspect of the bottle is that the blue smoked glass effect is achieved by a coating of plastic film. This easily scratches off and you’ll see in the photos of this review the result of a few months of wear and tear. Unlike Cool Water, Kenzo Pour Homme is a woody rather than fougère-based aquatic fragrance. This means that although they share marine and aromatic themes, Kenzo doesn’t feature a fougère structure but accents wood notes instead. The bamboo shape comes with a bevelled cap that echoes the precision of a cut made by a katana, the samurai sword.

The sugariness goes on but loses the vigour on its way to the base a couple of hours later. On the long run, I feel more the luscious vanilla note that well blendes with fresh citrus head and woody base notes. If you are anything like me, you should catch the mild facet of the ambroxan, not mentioned in the roster. I mean, looking at the base notes, such as vetiver, cedar, sandalwood and vanilla, and don't see anyone responsible for the resulting sugariness, but ambroxan, which is the new normal. However, are there any of you who notice something in common with Versace's Eros Flame or JPG's Le Male Eau Fraiche as for concerns the sweetness? Maybe it's more than just a suspect, given that the perfumers Nathalie Gracia-Cetto and Oliver Pescheux are also the creators of those fragrances. Welcome to the seaside, thanks to judicious use of Calypsone. The Givaudan captive molecule is known for its floral-salty properties and it’s beautifully on display here. The pink pepper note adds rosy spiciness to the mix. Likewise, the bottle’s curved shape is very ergonomic and the in-built atomizer head feels sturdy. The atomizer itself gives a wide and vaporous spray, which is cloudy and light. You’ll need to get in close for precise application but it does give a satisfyingly refreshing dispersal.Although the heart is brief, it leaves a strong imprint that eases the transition into a heady wood-themed base. Musky ambergris notes provide a long-lasting depth to the cedar and oak moss whilst the patchouli briefly lingers.



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