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"Mixing all the perfumes at the drugstore together"
I'm a fan of Youtube girl Safiya Nygaard. She does such wonderfully crazy things, just tries out every nonsense with so much self-irony. You just have to like her! Their "Melting all the Lipsticks at Sephora together" video is legendary. The result was a relatively inconspicuous but not necessarily ugly brown tone.
And this brings us to James Bond 007. If Safiya piles up all the men's drugstore scents at some point, it's possible he'll get out. Something indefinable that doesn't go in a certain fragrance but somehow has a bit of something from everyone.
A shot of fresh bergamot at the beginning, a bit of apple freshness, spicy masculine cardamom, later - which lasts no longer than 2 hours - classic lavender and then soft sandalwood and the inevitable vetiver. Everything mixed together but somehow only hinted at. It remains flat and meaningless, as if one were afraid to reveal too much of oneself with a statement, in whichever direction, and to offend with it.
Suitable for a person who has no identity. I remember when I was a teenager, I used to give them to people once in a while. Depending on which round they were on, they were Gothic, Hip Hopper, Prolo, Eco... Wobeis was not about trying out personal preferences, but only about being a runner and compulsively belonging everywhere.
As a teenager it's understandable somewhere that you don't have the security to say SO AM I AND THIS AND THAT FALLS ME! Therefore it is only logical that there are such undefined scents for this target group. As such, it also serves its purpose. But if you really want to rate it as a perfume now, of course it does not score well.
I discovered James Bond 007 with my brother (20). Along with a flat diet similar to Invictus. He said to me, he never wears the scents, just got them because he got them for free. Now that I've tested it, I get it. James Bond 007 is not perfume in that sense. It is a scented water for young people who want to try OB they want to wear perfume at all. If a man has found himself halfway, something like that is unlikely to satisfy him