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The brilliance of silver
Rose with a spicy note rises into my nose immediately after spraying on. It tickles slightly and lasts less than 15 seconds. A bunch of flowers is already added, indefinable what kind the beautiful flowers are. As if they had been finely ground in a mortar and mixed with the spicy rose juice. Over time, a somewhat masculine note is added, but really only minimally, so that the fragrance gains a little freshness and, in exchange, releases something of the rose. Not a loss-making business, but a successful strategy that sets him apart from his rather fruity, flowery golden counterpart Wisal Dhahab. This impact makes Wisal absolutely unisex classifiable, as it is already flowering, but the fresh, somewhat cologne-like note absorbs this somewhat. When the fragrance has changed from spicy rose water to unisex dream elixir for 5 minutes, it is not over yet. A slightly animalistic note is added and supports the masculine impact wonderfully. This musk combines everything into a soft, seductive and refined fragrance that has an extremely long breath and should be applied in moderation. Only in this way can the individual notes develop so beautifully and reveal their abilities. Wisal invites you to lean back and dream as well as to work or go out. I personally find it extremely pleasant in everyday life, when I don't want to smell specifically of a certain flower or simply need something completely different for a change from what is allowed to accompany me throughout the day. Wisal is special, comes across very high quality, but is affordable. Due to its quality, it could also be offered many times more expensive or run under exclusive. With Wisal, I also have a fragrance in my collection that does not tempt me to adventure stories, but is able to captivate and inspire me in the most pleasant way with its facets. I would classify its scent character in a similar way to Midnight in Paris Van Cleef & Arpels (2010), which I called "border creature" in my commentary at the time. They are both scents, which dance on their journey with us sometimes on this side and sometimes on the other side of the border, without wanting to commit themselves. This makes them exciting, very versatile and adaptable and therefore suitable for many skin chemistries or carrier types. Nevertheless, these fragrances are not often perceived because of their transformation, because they adapt individually and very personally to their wearer. And that in turn makes them something special, unique and desirable for the collection.
It's not always all gold that glitters.
Here it is silver.
The silver of Ajmal Wisal...