As far as masculine fragrances go, few are more iconic than Givenchy’s Gentleman. It’s a perfume evocative of hairy chests, gold watches and sharp suits, created in a very ’70s style. Gentleman is nothing short of a classic and Givenchy have been keen to capitalise on the ‘Gentleman’ name with flankers, specifically with last year’s Gentlemen Only and now this year’s Gentleman Only Intense.
For my Escentual column this week, I’ve taken a look at the new Gentlemen Only Intense, a slightly richer take on the fresh aromatic signature of the fragrance launched last year. You can read my review by clicking here and there’s also a competition too, in which you can enter to win the Intense 100ml Eau de Toilette Spray, the Gentlemen Only 100ml Eau de Toilette and the matching Deodorant Spray.
This week’s Escentual post is a review of a fragrance that took me wholely by surprise – Dahlia Noir L’Eau by Givenchy. The original Dahlia Noir made next to no impression on me whatsover (very much in line with most Givenchy offerings) and I am, as you know, not a massive fan of anything remotely green – so it is with great surprise that I give a big thumbs up to Dahlia Noir L’Eau!
Please click on the image above to head over to Escentual.com and read the full review. Don’t forget to leave a comment!