True to the name
Now with money of the fragrance is now in the market there is a lot of concentration and infatuation with sex. And it is understandable one of the appeals of buying a fragrance is being more more attractive to the opposite sex but there are some fragrances there truly pursuit the sexy scent. Carolina Herrera 212 sexy men is exactly that it wants to to encapsulate sex and offer it to your off factory sensors it is warm fuzzy and masculine.
The most notable notes will be Gauiac Wood, Vanilla, Pepper and of course lavender. Lavender is labelled as floral notes in the website and we all know why. This to me smells like a very sexy and darker version Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male. Yet I want to draw another comparison, to my nose this fragrance blends vanilla and black pepper in a similar fashion to Parfums de Marly Herod. the scent is extremely well considering that this is a designer fragrance it's just that sweet spot of boldness yet mas pleasing thatmakes this fragrance so appealing to me. The only downside that this fragrance has is the longevity and the overall performance, in that regard it's a bit lackluster. I can draw a comparison between this the one EDP and La Nuit de L'homme and CH men Prive from the same house, the reason being that all of the aforementioned fragrances have this sexy quality to them yet they do it in a very different fashion than each other get all of them have the same week spot or maybe even point of strength depending how you look at the matter. The overall performance of all of these fragrances are not well. In fact given that all of these fragrances are sweets the performance are big let downs, limiting what could have been a very versatile fragrance to a date night sent. 212 sexy men is from the same bunch.