is it worth to buy dior fahrenheit edt new formulations ?
Wait, so are you saying you still have your bottle from 2004?
Seconded, same here - irrespective of the version.I have not met a version of Fahrenheit that I would describe as weak. However, YMMV.
Yeah, I have about a third of the bottle left but I still wear it occasionally.
Please keep in mind that the juice in your old bottle which probably is even opened since 15 years could have got a higher fragrance oil concentration because of evaporated alcohol (and also the loss of some more volatile top notes). So you'll certainly get the impression it's darker/fuller in the base and overall stronger when comparing to a freshly opened newer bottle.
I don't know how good the 2020, 2021 and now 2022 batches are.
It would be a shame if Dior watered them down like they did with 2020 DHI (regardless of the same formulation code like in 2019).
But the 2019 ones I've tried were really good and for me there's no need to hunt down vintage bottles.
I never go with more than 6 sprays with the 2019 one and often 4 sprays are perfectly fine.
And I get whiffs from it even above the 8 hour mark.
So it's good!
. I think unfortunately it has become an unwarranted cliche that recollection of earlier iterations /older bottles are always through rose-tinted glasses so many fragrance folk are dismissive of genuinely good recall. I remember it was one of the strongest fragrances I owned. No disrespect intended but I guess you had to be there...
Thanks a lot to everyone for replies. P.s. one more question: which men designer fragrances are with a monster longevity and monster sillage ?
i get great longevity and sillage with Antaeus by chanel
Certainly Antaeus. I would add Chanel Allure Homme Edition Blanche.Thanks a lot to everyone for replies. P.s. one more question: which men designer fragrances are with a monster longevity and monster sillage ?
I have no experience with those ADG fragrances, but if you're noticing variations in performance on different days, you're probably going nose blind to the scent or one of its ingredients. This happens to me with certain fragrances, particularly anything heavy on ISO E (Fahrenheit, Encre Noire, TDH, Burberry London). I've noticed it's especially problematic if I spray too close to my neck or face. The best solution I've come up with is to be mindful of where and how I apply, typically with a few sprays on my chest, maybe one on my wrists or forearms, and just experiment to find what works. It's actually worse for me if I spray heavier--I tend to go nose blind faster, though others can still smell whatever I'm wearing, so it's less about performance and more about my own ability to perceive what I'm wearing--thus it's about finding the right balance.Thanks for replies. btw today i tested adg profumo (again) and profondo lights, profondo lights is more stronger or my nose "lies" to me ? i like adg profumo more as a scent than profondo lights, but sometimes when i test profumo its very weak, sometimes its 6-8 hours very strange fragrance, and im thinkimg adg profumo, fahrenheit or profondo lights ? i understand that sillage and longevity isnt as important as the scent quality, but i dont want to pay 100$ or more and after 1 hour its "nothing" on my skin.