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Mainstream party scent
Well, what can I say? You definitely do nothing wrong if you buy Versace Eros as a party fragrance. Alone the flacon is mMn very handsome and makes itself in any collection well. The scent is fresh/sweet thanks to the mint note at the beginning and in the later course I think I smell more vanilla and vetiver. The top note I feel "unfortunately" as the great thing about the fragrance, which is why he provides for me only quite briefly for enthusiasm. Subsequently, I find him quite basic. Durability and sillage are good, the counterpart will certainly perceive the fragrance - which I consider positive.
To the downsides of Versace Eros:
These have with the fragrance per se rather less to do, but are for me almost equivalent.
I work in a major German city in an area where I come into contact a lot and often with partygoers. When I tested the fragrance myself for the first time, associations from my professional everyday life immediately shot through my head. Unfortunately, not the best ones. I feel Versace Eros is the scent you get when you gather 10 partygoers in a closed room. Whether that's because one of them is wearing the scent and it stands out so much that it's the only one you smell, or whether it's simply a mishmash of all the youthful party scents, I can't for the life of me say. However, it is certain that one has smelled the fragrance felt a thousand times and just does not evoke any positive vibes with me (certainly also professionally conditioned).
To summarize and express it as objectively as possible: A good fragrance that is able to convince especially in terms of performance and price / performance ratio, but zero uniqueness but rather mainstream emanates. For young party goers well suited to smell good for a long time, but you will not stand out from the crowd with it mMn.