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Love-hate relationship in the final stadium
Dior Sauvage.... What should I think about you?
It started in 2017 when I tested you in a perfumery
This was the first designer fragrance I bought out of my own pocket and it has to be said that with Sauvage, Dior has created an almost unbeatably attractive weapon for every man.
The bottle interested me directly. Male. Mysterious. Noble
The spray head was overwhelming and then came this super fresh and very tart peppery note. Like a veil the first impression of this fragrance is hazy.
My nose, which was still little developed at that time, could not yet identify this stinging synthetic in the same way and I did not yet have any aversion to it.
I had not heard about any hype at that time and I always felt very self-confident with this fragrance because I always wore it after the purchase and it had accompanied me for at least 1 year.
But at some point the point came when I didn't like something anymore, I just smelled myself sick. Why do we always get tired of the smell of scents?
This is as I know today not with all fragrances like this.
But SAUVAGE... ...I could smell him on every other man after a year.
The highlight was when I saw the bottle in the bathroom of at least 5 people.
I thought to myself, now you're the idiot, the ex boyfriend, the father, the teenager who wears brand name clothes and wants to lose his virginity, the 08/15 guy who doesn't care if the fragrance really suits him and buys fragrances just for prestige, status and women (which is not reprehensible in itself, fragrances are supposed to attract.) Who watches a Jeremy Fragrance video about the fragrances with the most compliments, in other words my past me :D.
I was most annoyed by this feeling of smelling like everyone else.
Much more than the actual smell, of course this synthetic had been tired at some point, it was exactly this unimaginativeness that disturbed me.
I have no problem wearing a fragrance that is not Niche, but smelling like everyone else, I just feel stupid
Just like this very guy who goes into the perfumery with his headphones and always, I know for sure, passes by all the perfumes to ask for Invictus, 1 Million, Jean Paul Gaultier or Sauvage, which he buys, of course, for a test spray on a piece of paper. No words...
Well, but these blockbusters are also incredibly popular, you have to give them credit for that.
If you go on a date and wear Sauvage, I pray for you that your date hasn't smelled Sauvage a lot, because if she doesn't know him, chances are she will love him
But for the people who know him, it is often simply too much.
The scent is just for a fresh scent extremely potent, very loud, a great Sillage, and
a strong spice.
It smells frankly like a very male synthetic shower gel, but very horny when you stand on it.
It's at your discretion whether you love him
At the end of the day, fragrances are subjective and everyone can put their money where their mouth is.
I don't think the sheet music needs any explanation.
For me, despite all negative associations, the fragrance has a special place in the perfume journey
and he showed me a lot of things I don't want to do, nevertheless, a very good all-round scent,
who can be fresh, sexy, elegant (you can argue about that earlier, I think it's too loud and synthetic) A fragrance that lasts for a long time and where you wouldn't have to buy a second one.