Michelangelo 2015

Michelangelo by Onyrico
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7.5 / 1026 Ratings
Michelangelo is a popular perfume by Onyrico for women and men and was released in 2015. The scent is green-floral. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot DavanaDavana GrapefruitGrapefruit BlackcurrantBlackcurrant TagetesTagetes
Heart Notes Heart NotesFigFig GalbanumGalbanum HyacinthHyacinth MagnoliaMagnolia Olive leafOlive leaf FrankincenseFrankincense
Base Notes Base NotesCypriolCypriol Fig woodFig wood LabdanumLabdanum PatchouliPatchouli VetiverVetiver CedarwoodCedarwood

Ratings

Scent

7.526 Ratings

Longevity

6.619 Ratings

Sillage

6.021 Ratings

Bottle

7.730 Ratings
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 09.07.2022.
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Reviews

7
Scent
2.5
Longevity
2.5
Sillage
10
Bottle
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818 Reviews
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Faboulous Fig, Weak Woods...
Michelangelo goes on with a highly aromatic, slightly sweet and green fruity fig. Moving to the early heart the composition remains highly linear with the aromatic fig front and center, now adding what can best be described as a banana-like facet to the mix with faint additional floral hyacinth support. During the late dry-down starting about 2 hours into the composition's development the fig vacates, revealing natural smelling cypriol derived woods in the base with hints of mildly aromatic supporting patchouli through the finish. Projection is minimal with the composition little more than a skin scent for most of its lifespan and longevity well below average at about 5 hours on skin.

Of the four Onyrico compositions I have had the opportunity to sample so far, Michelangelo is the one that easily stands out as the best of the lot with an aromatic fig open that is so natural smelling and truly sublime. While the composition doesn't develop much for the first half of its life cycle, the fig does add in a gorgeous banana-like facet that completely blends into the aromatics perfectly, enhancing the already stunning effect. From the open through this point the composition is a fabulous winner but alas, things fall apart to a degree in the late dry-down. In truth, there just isn't much backbone to the composition, and when the aromatic fig vacates about 1.5 to 2 hours in, there barely is anything left to smell save a faint combination of natural vague woods and patchouli that you need to put your nose directly to your wrist to detect. The finish certainly doesn't smell bad at all, but after the impressive open its faults are only emphasized and one can't help but be somewhat disappointed. Speaking of disappointments, like all the other Onyrico compositions I have tried so far performance is relatively poor. Onyrico is a new brand, and maybe they need to tweak perfume concentration levels going forward with additional experience, but so far all of their offerings need a much higher concentration level, or at least it certainly appears so. The bottom line is the 160 Euros per 100ml bottle Michelangelo is a largely successful composition that has an absolutely addictive fig open, only to lose momentum in its spineless late woody dry-down and all too short-lived performance, earning it a "very good" 3.5 star out of 5 rating and a solid recommendation with the stipulation that you don't mind reapplying throughout the day. I should mention that each Onyrico full bottle comes with a refillable travel atomizer. Maybe the folks at Onyrico realized that you would have to top off constantly and were proactive in accommodating?
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