Dylan Blue synthetic amphora
First, if you love this fragrance, feel free to skip my review. It is not going to be very positive I am afraid.... Otherwise, please read it with a grain of salt as perfume likes are extremely subjective. This is one of those perfumes that I personally really dislike. To the point of having an allergic reaction of when my body is literally feeling sick and is rejecting this scent. I had to take a shower and later use alcohol to rub it off completely. After having a glance at the ingredients I understand why I disliked it this much. I think the ingredients must be very synthetic, something very dangerously chemical is going on here and I am very sensitive to that. So, at first I even kind of liked the opening and smelled the green apple and something very comforting amber like, honey like. I was thinking why didn’t I give it more of a try before? The answer followed: the dry down. It turned into a very strong simple laundry detergent kind of scent. And it was simply highly irritating to me and offensive even. I can compare it to Amazing Grace kind of fragrance, but Amazing Grace is so much better and less synthetic for sure. The bottle looks like an Ancient Greek amphora with Versace logo on it. I like the bottle a lot, but the scent does not match the vibe at all. Also not sure what does the name refer to? Hope not to the musician because then it’s even more confusing. It must be pointing to the significance of the blue color. All in all, hope they keep the bottle and come up with a very different flanker for it, hopefully less synthetic and generic. I mean if you like those kind of clean fresh laundry kind of scents and don’t have allergies to very chemical perfumery, then you will probably most likely love it. But I could think of so many better fresh and clean perfumes that are soft and more close to the skin than this one.