Lalique pour Homme Lion / Lalique pour Homme 
Lalique (1997)

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Lalique pour Homme Lion / Lalique pour Homme by Lalique

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Maurice Roucel
Marie-Claude Lalique
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Lalique pour Homme Lion / Lalique pour Homme is a men's fragrance launched in 1997 by Lalique

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There are 74 reviews of Lalique pour Homme Lion / Lalique pour Homme by Lalique.

Used to be kind of a signature scent at some point. It sits in the same realm as New York Intense, but not as sweet and much drier with a lovely pencil shaving accord that I truly enjoy. Many also compare it to Bois du Portugal, and I do get the vibe, but the scents are completely different when smelled side by side. I own both the EDT and EDP, and I find the EDT is much more pronounced and airier, with more depth, while the EDP is thicker and can come off as stuffier and sweeter. So naturally, I prefer the former, however, I must say that after a few hours they are about the same scent. All in all, Lalilque Pour Homme is a ridiculously inexpensive, well-constructed, gentlemanly offering from Lalique.

This has to be tested on skin. On paper, it comes off too soapy and bitter. It's a 2/5 on paper, especially up close. However, this does good in the air and gives off a clean barbershop vibe. On the skin, the woods smooth off the bitter citrus elements and the mossy oakmoss makes an appearance. This one is starting to grow on me.

Anyone can wear this but it might work better for the older crowd. Longevity is average at around 5-6 hours. Projects the best in the first hour and settles down. The scent profile makes this ideal for spring or fall. It could work for indoor formal events in the summer but it might be a bit too sharp and piercing for the summer heat. I don't think it's blind buy worthy but if you like barbershop style fougere scents, then you might like this.

An easy-going fougere-shop that doesn't try too hard. An easy 'dumb reach' for work or casual, very pleasant, and very smooth blending with quality materials.

This won't stand out in a crowd(of 'fumes), and it won't slap anyone's nose around, but a very comfortable-classy, daily-driver fougere/barbershop fragrance.

Great longevity, after 12 hours it's still a skin scent.



Opens with lavender, citrus, and an outstanding cedarwood. Dries down to a cedarwood vanilla bomb. Classy and mature and with great performance, this one offers fantastic value, but you really do have to love cedar to be endeared to it.

At first I was going to blind buy the EDP based on rave reviews, but when I had the opportunity to sample both, I found the EDT brighter and more pleasant to my nose. The EDP is a bit more herbal, but bone dry.

Its dry-down notoriously shares a similar vibe with Creed Bois Du Portugal, even more so with the EDP, but Lalique Pour Homme Lion is a great fragrance as it stands irrespective of the characteristics it shares with the Creed.

Masculinity Level: The Untouchables about to kick Capone's ass.

The classist and most effortlessly masculine is what you would expect a gentleman to smell like - sharp, classy,elegant etc...the way this develops in divine.mature yes,not at all old fashioned.refined and classy. this or YSL Rive Gauche feel like something Don Draper would have born.or think George Clooney in Oceans 11 , 12 , is for a confident classy man who understands the finer things.not a club scent,not a safe fresh crowd pleaser.

The opening of LPH hits you like an olfactory ton of is a rich strong lavender,sandalwood and fresh bitter bergamot blast.this scent sets a very masculine tone does not allow for many herbal nuances or real flourishes of any other notes,instead LPH is a thick lavender,sandalwood and cedar scent. the only real relief from this strong linear beast is the iris and amber,which add a bit of sweet and powdery element to this scent.shortly the opening is a mix of spiciness and freshness in a green sort of way.but it dries down,it turn itself into a powdery warm spicy indulging scent that is very addictive. performance is quite good on my skin in that it lasts a solid 8 hours and prijects gentlemanly.

Citrus - aromatic woody thing for Hommes.



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