Sorry for the late package, girl left me cuz she wanted me to quit my second job, forgot to replace the vacant sign in my mailbox so mail was being returned but no worries te package will get to you next week for sure
The original Dior Homme is very little like the Intense.
It lacks the chocolate smell of the Intense, and is not
near as cloying ... I bet you'll like the regular DH.
The Sport is not good aty all, it's like pure citric acid!
Your welcome. I'd bet that the initial blast of Antaeus can be off putting for octogenarians. Let it settle.
But I hear you.
There are far more playful orientals, woods and gourmands.
( Hell, even the godawful Joop! was reinvented and vastly improved in Mt Blanc's Individuel )
Yes, there's New Haarlem. There's also Jo Malone's Black Vetiver Cafe, which would be a 5 plus star scent if it had more longevity. Still . . .
Variations on orientals like Roma Uomo by Laura Biagotti
+ I hope you snag a decant at a not too insane price of Creed's Himalaya and Baie de Geneivre. Respectively the best aqua and oriental from that house, imho..
Miller Harris Cuir d'Oranger for a citrus/leather made right. You might have to buy a Harley to go with it, though.
Then there's demented-playful like Xeryus Rouge (candied cactus flesh) or Quasar (newsprint/banana/ aquatic--nope I'm not putting you on.)
Re: Antaeus. Yes, you can pull this off at 19. I'd try to go to a mall, most would have a sample tester.
It's heavy duty stuff and you have to wait for the aldehydes to settle down; as they project monster sillage for the first 10 min or so. Perhaps it would be best to spray on your chest rather than arms, neck or hands (hard to do at a mall, I know)
It's a romantic wood masculine powerscent. Best for evening wear, dates, and in cooler weather--- And small doses!