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Blue Seduction vs. Versace Man Eau Fraiche
In the statements here it appears again and again that the Blue Seduction and Versaces Eau Fraiche smell damn similar. Now to insinuate a "clone" would be m. E. more than justified, but seems almost witless (or even particularly funny), since the perfumer is the same for both. Why they copy themselves remains a bit of a mystery to me. About the reasons behind it, one can only speculate...a rogue who thinks evil and suspects that it has something to do with money. ; ) I do not want to evaluate further. The one copy more or less, of it the perfume world will not go down and some like it even (better).
Fragrance: A fairly typical Aquat. Basic tone is the smell of a "fresh sea breeze", which joins after citrus opening fruity components and a subtle sweetness. However, all this comes across as rather synthetic. The fruity components remind of a mixture of watermelon and perhaps this - from almost all supermarkets known - green "Granny Smith" apple variety. The sweetness is freshly gum-like and doesn't appeal to me. The cappuccino listed here, which some also seem to smell out here, I and also the people, whom I have given the to smell, could not determine.
Comparison: Have both fragrance strips in front of me and one hundred percent identical they are not. The main difference is for me that Versaces Eau Fraiche a trace "more natural", fresher and citrus comes along and it is not the, on me but quite penetrating, synthetic bubble gum sweetness inherent (an explicitly sweet fragrance it is still not), the Blue Seduction something more "playboymäßig" comes across. But since, according to "Salva", A. Banderas is considered a so-called "Latin lover", that fits then, or rather is then only consistent. All in all, both are really similar, although I would go with the Eau Fraiche if I were in doubt, even though I would argue that Blue Seduction performs a bit better. I notice the scent very clearly for quite a few hours (on the scent strip it fills the room for several hours), even if I find it rather annoying over time. In the end, neither scent would really be for me! For aquatic lovers, this is certainly, along with fragrances like the well-known Nautica Voyage, a very affordable option that should probably come across as quite pleasant on most fellow humans.
I hope I've been able to help a little. However, my bottle will have to move on!