Rentless 2016 Perfume

Rentless (Perfume) by Lush / Cosmetics To Go
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Rentless (Perfume) is a popular limited perfume by Lush / Cosmetics To Go for women and men and was released in 2016. The scent is earthy-sweet. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is still available to purchase. Limited Edition
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Fragrance Notes

PatchouliPatchouli
LabdanumLabdanum
Tonka beanTonka bean
GrapefruitGrapefruit

Ratings

Scent

7.652 Ratings

Longevity

8.445 Ratings

Sillage

8.245 Ratings

Bottle

6.545 Ratings
Submitted by AmyAmy, last update on 22.11.2021.
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Eulenmann91
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Eulenmann91
   5  
2 scenarios
So first of all:
i like to go into a Lush store and sniff. Not only at the perfumes but also like everything else there. It almost slays you but you can get used to it. What I appreciate about Lush fragrances is the mainstreaming of actually non-mainstream fragrances. And since I don't respect a lot of fragrances because of their bottle, I can put up with the simplicity of the Lush bottles.

Now for the scent. In hindsight, I'm a little annoyed that I picked this one out and not the Lord of Misrule. LoM I sniffed the other day and found the really round and still unusual. However, Lushen didn't have this one in stock at the time and I chose rentless because of that. Rentless gives me 2 images. One is a hipster event in the fall in some backyard with strings of light bulbs hanging everywhere and then vegan waffles and the odd cigarette being smoked, but only in the far back corner. The walls are rough, already peeling off in places and there is brickwork underneath. Somewhere a barrel is burning and that seems to be enough warmth for everyone. It's actually too cold to be outside but everyone seems OK with it and a lot of hot chocolate is drunk. The evening is nice and quiet, not perfect but that was never the claim maybe even deliberately not wanted.

Another image that comes to me is the homecoming. The completely imperfect coming home and still isses beautiful. I see myself in early December. It's really uncomfortable, cold and it's raining because snow would be too nice. Man comes in with cold cheeks and you can smell mama baked. Nice chocolate chip cookies. But wait what smells so burnt? Mom reports that the first 2 batches unfortunately burned in the oven. Instead, the subsequent cookies picked up some, but very little, of the burnt aroma. Also Muttis aroma sticks stand in the hallway and radiate from there into the whole house.

The fragrance has its rough edges. But even if I wear it for my own well-being, I unfortunately only had this fragrance with me when I was once over the Christmas holidays with my family in the home. There during this time, from the 1st to the 2nd Christmas Day a tent festival takes place where all meet. Those who stayed locally and also those who moved away. I wore the scent there and got only compliments. Everyone thought it was great and very tasty. On the huge tent, about 3000-4000 visitors, they also smoke, even if secretly when the security is not looking. The scent fits perfectly there. Especially since it should be equal, if not superior, to others like Eros and One Million in terms of durability and sillage. And its smell makes it stand out
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7
Scent
10
Longevity
10
Sillage
4
Bottle
3lbows
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   6  
Too much of a good thing.
Do you know that? A new car comes onto the market and you can't get tired of the design. The more often you see the vehicle in traffic, the more common you find it, until you finally don't want to see it anymore.
That's how I've been with Rentless. In the summer I went to the local Lush to try Dirty, after which the salesgirl wanted to give me a hint of "a really great one that I've probably never smelled before". So Rentless on the test strip, sniffed briefly and on. The first impression: dark, liqueurish, earthy, sweet. But no classic gold bar sweetness, or the reservedly flattering sweetness of DHI. No, this is different; clearer, almost cutting, fresher, much fresher. Like Shania Twain's voice, if anyone else knows it. The fragrance is definitely sweet - but it doesn't feel like it at all. But good - Lush is definitely not 08/15, so continue to downtown and wait for the development.
The liqueur evaporates quickly, the grapefruit works its way forward and makes the fresh sweetness more scratchy. Then patchouli and lavender take over, but the mix remains crisply fresh, crisp, in the absence of a better German word. The scent doesn't fade, it stays. After an hour, he still sillies like Duracell from the test strip out of the shirt pocket. At this point my wife persuaded me to go back to the shop and take the 30ml with me. For her, not for me, therefore definitely unisex. But now back to the problem. Durability and Sillage outshine everything, really everything I have experienced so far. Definitely still perceptible on the skin after two days (and showers). On clothes? The shirt with the test strip still smells today... But seriously: Rentless, 2x sprayed on, Mugler, Rabanne, definitely drives everything I was allowed to test so far, against the wall. My wife sprays it on, and the kids don't want to be in her car anymore. Not because it's bad, but who wants to bathe in jelly? All other scent impressions in the surroundings fade. Too much of a good thing, and so I'm afraid the 30ml in this ugly bottle will last another 4, 5 years. Despite his initial affection, his uniqueness and quality, but precisely because of his presence I find Rentless at least in the long run unbearable. This is an experience no perfume affiner would want to miss. But I'd like to meet anyone who wears that signature.
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10
Longevity
9
Sillage
6
Bottle
Polyanthes

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Polyanthes
Polyanthes
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A slow and strangely enjoyable death by sticky-pine-sap-patchouli. ...
To my nose this is a rich, super-naturalistic fougere with patchouli and other elements combining to stand in for the oakmoss.
A generous dose of sweet and comforting coumarin, plenty of sticky leather labdanum, mossy, very green and woody patchouli, a hint of herbal lavender, a lick of natural liquorice and an uplifting zesty infusion of grapefruit peel.

Rentless reminds me of the aromas of newly sawn pine trees and rubbing my fingers on the gummy underside of freshly unfurled fern leaves.
It's a walk in a slightly surreal evergreen forest, where the dark emerald vegetation crushed underfoot is pungent, sweet and larger than life.

Heady, fulsome, earthy, verdant and bittersweet. I imagine it to have been whipped up by a Shakespearean apothecary.

Tenacious longevity and it is strong, the first time I wore this I overdid it with the spritzing and it nearly killed me - I felt as though the ferns were curling themselves around me, sticking to me, squeezing. The forest floor had taken on a treacly quicksand quality and was sucking me into its green viscous depths.

I really like it.

Statements

Amazon1975Amazon1975 2 years ago
9.5
Scent
10
Longevity
9
Sillage
7
Bottle
A bomb of a fragrance....potent
TruckladyTrucklady 3 years ago
10
Scent
10
Longevity
10
Sillage
5
Bottle
One spray on the torso and leave it. Carry on with your day.

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