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Beauty Code: FER0315
1 product size £41.49
Saffron, Cumin, Olibanum, Elemi, Rose
12 December 2015
The flacon is awesome. I assume it's Ferrari red. It has contours similar to that of a sports car. The cap is a mass of chunky metal with a leather strip around it, there's some real quality there. Its not see through though, so you wont know how much fragrance is left in the bottle. Longevity. Three sprays went on to haunt me for at least 6 hours at a steady pace, and I could still smell it the day after to a lesser degree. Intensity. FEO imo is a really intense fragrance, its just in your face all the time. Its not subtle in any way what-so-ever. If you want people to smell what you're wearing, this does the job. Overall. I don't like it. I prefer woody/incense/spicy/oud scents. After reading a lot of reviews about this fragrance I blind bought 100ml bottle as, Ferrari Essence Oud, supposedly ticked all the boxes in relation to what I liked. It's unique! I give it that, and can say I have never smelled a fragrance like it. The opening has an intense synthetic boozy musk presence as well as an light/minimalistic oud'y dry down. For me I found it just goes on to be quite intoxicating, and not in a good way. It ended up giving me a headache. There are some really nice notes in the mix, but the overpowering notes ruin the whole experience. I kept wanting to smell it but at the same time kept thinking yuk. (my current daily fragrance wardrobe contains, CDG Wonderoud/Gucci Oud/TF TV/YSL M7 oud absolu/TF Tobacco Oud/Dior Homme Intense/Loccitane Eau Des Baux).