Dirty Slut by Aaron Terence Hughes
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Dirty Slut is a new perfume by Aaron Terence Hughes for women and men and was released in 2020. The scent is woody-fresh. Projection and longevity are above-average.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesNeroli, Orange, Lemon
Heart Notes Heart NotesPetitgrain, Jasmine sambac
Base Notes Base NotesPatchouli, Amber, Ambergris, Musk, Dirt

Ratings

Scent

8.8 (11 Ratings)

Longevity

8.4 (8 Ratings)

Sillage

8.3 (8 Ratings)

Bottle

7.4 (9 Ratings)
Submitted by Maxiskiste, last update on 30.06.2020.
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The dark, sex-intensive development
With Dirty Slut, the further development of the 2019 released perfume Slut.

Already with the first spray it is clear that the fragrance journey here is going in a different direction. While Slut starts with an enormous citrus cloud, which is due to the high concentration of bergamot, Dirty Slut focuses on orange chords. The fragrance appears softer, rounder and altogether more pleasant. The concentrated citric radiance of Slut was, to be honest, clearly exaggerated for me, because it covered all the other notes in an almost aggressive way. Dirty Slut completely dispenses with the bergamot component, which gives the fragrance a darker aura.

For me, the younger counterpart simply has a fuller character due to the absence of the citrus notes, because an intensely perceptible fragrance progression takes place in several phases.

The sillage after spraying on is also a little bit reduced and fortunately much less obtrusive than its predecessor. I tested the fragrance today at 23 degrees and I have to say that the fragrance actually unfolds its full effect as the body temperature rises and there the muted scent trace at the beginning is indeed a welcome development. Because you are definitely perceived in this way.

As it progresses, the orange fades into the background and allows the Dirty Slut to awaken slowly. The dark earthy floral notes of patchouli and jasmine samba add a component already familiar from Slut, but without the overly contrasting bergamot chords.

A little later we experience the probably most striking difference between the two fragrances. With Dirty Slut, the amber content was once again increased, and with the already darker, mysterious atmosphere that the fragrance exudes, the base note seems almost beguilingly seductive.

With Slut, I was still surprised about the name and dismissed it as a provocative marketing measure, as the fragrance was more like a floral good mood perfume, but with Dirty Slut the name seems to be justified. You have to give the fragrance time to develop its character completely, but in return you'll be rewarded with a sexy, intimate scent that hasn't been smelled before. Suitable for both sexes.
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