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Very helpful Review
Oud is not as evil as you think
Oh what would the world of fragrances be without Rose-Oud scents?
Imperfect! I agree with that
Nevertheless, I was hesitant here, because Oud has managed several times to trigger the following feelings in me at the same time:
Disgust, contempt and disappointment
The word "Oud" has thus reached the following neural circuitry: "Wash it off before it becomes one with you".
Oud does not do well, but what is it?...
The world of Rose-Oud fragrances opened up to me
So I gave this Dior fragrance a chance here. Nose closed and through! I thought so
But I must confess: Well done.
I don't have to wash it off
Oud is clearly perceptible and yet I like this one. Even the sandalwood doesn't bother me
It's even got some Santal Noir
Sandalwood and rose probably get along well together.
Is Oud Rosewood my favorite scent now?
No, not by a long shot
Is it portable?
Yeah. That is. I see him on women as well as men.
Which you gotta like.
Sandalwood and/or oud scents. Otherwise it is a risky attempt. In my case I was lucky, because nothing stinks or disgusts me here.
But that's up to each person to decide for themselves.
And at the first spraying I was even more sceptical than I am now.
You just have to get used to oud to appreciate it.
Anyway, Rose and Oud are a good combination
Also good is that this fragrance is not as sweet and powerful as Oud Bouquet by Lancome which comes to my mind spontaneously.