Versace pour Homme Dylan Blue fragrance notes

  • Head

    • Calabrian Bergamot, Grapefruit, Fig Leaves, Aquatic Notes
  • Heart

    • Violet Leaves, Black Pepper, Papyrus Wood, Ambrox, Patchouli
  • Base

    • Mineral Musk, Tonka Bean, Saffron, Pyrog?n? Incense

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Impossible to fault as a definite one bottle for life fragrance, but I absolutely detest the AdG Profumo undertone. If you can handle the stinky incense note, then definitely go for this.
22nd February 2023
To me this a very simple fragrance. Blue, blue blue, all the way through. It is smooth and the notes in each phase tend to 'cancel' out any peeking through and the ambrox really keeps everything in check and linear. I don't really feel the need for multiple crowd pleasing 'blendy blue' frags in my collection, so this covers that base for me, and I do prefer it over Eros. It is completely versatile, safe, all ages, all climates/seasons, and borderline axe/laundry detergent generic. However there is a market for that, especially with it having solid performance. This may all come across as negative from an artistic/collector standpoint, which is true. I am not, however, negative on Dylan Blue. It just means I like it, but it's not a 'love' and I'm not attached enough for this to be required in the collection long term. It's likely a one-bottle fragrance for me, but still a thumbs up.
28th May 2022

Versace Dylan Blue is very versatile. This fragrance works great in all seasons. If you where only going to own a single fragrance, you might want to give this some consideration. Also the price point is great and the performance is above average in my opinion.
2nd April 2022
DB has that Bleu de Chanel vibe. Not bad, but being that I have BDC, I wouldn't purchase this one (unless it was a very good price).
16th June 2021
I can't fault it really in and by itself. It's a nice, elaborated on aquatic.

At times I feel it's too close to Axe/Lynx aquatics (e.g. Phoenix, Click) although the difference in class is certainly there.

For me that's mainly because I get a nice combo of ambroxan and white musk fortifying the whole thing. Besides a nice floralness too, which should be the violet.

Still, I think I prefer Le Male in the Navy over this though. I would not want to be mistaken for wearing an Axe/Lynx product. Therefore a neutral in stead of a thumbs up.
17th December 2020
A woody aromatic fragrance for the man who defies convention, and resists the ordinary every day, finding satisfaction in the unexpected. A tribute to freedom and modern elegance to boost your powers of seduction and awaken the ideal lover within you.

Another's versace that women seriously love this scent as every woman who has smelled this one loved it. Yes is a nice scent but to me it doesn't do anything spectacular that would make me think it deserves that much attention.

It is simple and has a very linear scent: it almost stays the same from the very top phase to the end of the base. A bit synthetic smelling. A bit sexy. A bit soapy. Works in any situation, time of day or season. The scent is cold, metallic, crisp, modern, fresh and citrusy. It reminds me of Bleu de Chanel but more playful.

It opens with metallically synthetic freshness. Ambroxan bended well with fresh, warm spiciness and a touch of citrus and watery notes. Ambroxan is a synthetic alternative to ambergris, but it manages to make this EDT smell alluringly fizzy. It's no surprise it's been getting so many people compliments.
The top is just ok and not a bad thing. However the dry down is ultra sophisticated and sexy to women.
It smells like a man fresh out a shower who shaved and put on deodorant.

Totally It's scent is safe and accessible enough for almost anything but still able to retain it's own sense of character. Suitable for people who do not like taking risks. It is quite great for spring and fall time yet pretty nice for summer.
3rd May 2020
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