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Not what i expected,
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This review is from: Fcuk French Connection Connect Him Eau de Toilette Spray for Men 100 ml (Personal Care)
i'm one of those guys who cant have enough aftershave and cologne / mens fragrances! i bought this after smelling it in a perfume shop and seeing that amazon were selling it for a THIRD of the price! i mean.. what a bargain right? well this is what happened! i recieved it and packaging was great but the smell wasnt! it smelt the same as the one in the shop, dont get me me wrong! but it was so light compared to the one in the shop which smelt strong and intense and the projection was medium, which is good right! but this one from amazon wouldnt stay on the skin. i literally sprayed 6 sprays each time i used it because it smelt and felt really diluted! i'm not saying its not a genuine product (i've always been happy with amazon) but... maybe something went wrong in the solution in the bottle? and the atomiser was stiff and hard to press down on compared to the one in the shop. overall its a citrusy summery smell! not amazing but a fresh everyday smell if u can get it to stick on! i asked my friends if they thought it smelt nice, but they were like "what smell?" its too light and no one can smell it! not even me! lol hope this helps! i gave this a 2 star, the one in the shop would get 3 because its an ok smell!
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Initial post: 2 Oct 2012 18:50:31 BDT
Mr. Fran Quinn says:
Did you know? the testers in shops can be up to ten times stronger than the one you buy'
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Nov 2012 00:07:51 GMT
J. I. Cohen says:
What's your source for that?
Posted on 2 Dec 2012 15:35:52 GMT
as you buy many aftershaves thought you may wish to know Eau de Toilette is the watered down versions Eau de Parfume. Eau de Parume has no added water and is always stronger and last longer but is more expensive! :)
In reply to an earlier post on 2 Dec 2012 20:29:45 GMT
Last edited by the author on 2 Dec 2012 20:30:18 GMT
J. I. Cohen says:
Actually, the typical Eau de Parfum only has a concentration of around 15-20%. You are thinking of Parfum/Parfum Extrait.
Posted on 6 Jul 2013 23:53:54 BDT
Do you know there is another Fcuk product for men that the bottle is about the same look? You might confuse between them!
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