read this post from website
It's as if Dior has never come out with an strange perfume earlier than (Higher Energy anybody?). If Sauvage was launched as Dior Homme Ambre I would have smelled it, received exactly what I expected, stated "Nice bottle." and put it back on the shelf.
To be trustworthy I really want the complete spray to provide an sincere evaluation but what I did smell wasn't dangerous. It jogged my memory a little bit of Gucci by Gucci for men.
Having seen the adverts for the perfume with Johnny Depp, I was wondering what to expect. Was this going to be barely quirky or an eccentric metrosexual expression of the perfumer’s art.
I might even have picked up a bottle for myself when Dior Homme Ambre Intense rolled out for Christmas 2016. Instead, they named this nullity Sauvage. When it was first released, I described it as fantastically tedious. But it isn't merely tedious, it is offensive and, in this IFRA benighted age, it's adding insult to damage. If you are on the hunt for a brand new signature scent, and have not tried BDC, I would advocate it to anyone a hundred%.
It has that pleasant unoffensive journal insert/mall odor that is loved by everybody. Poor Edmond Roudnitska is turning around in his grave. Even to make use of part of the name of his legendary Eau Sauvage for this absolutely boring, generic, clone Nr. , lower-center class frag is sacrilage. I even have smelled 5 € body sprays which might be more nice. To me, the perfume seems to be reminiscent of the “Lone Ranger” somewhat than the swashbuckling “Pirates”.
I assume this group must settle down. This is not the start of the tip for the Dior home. Not every release is going to be a masterpiece. Dior still has a variety of beautiful creations which might be out there in most shops and online retailers. This neighborhood has become very jaded.