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I don't think it'd fit a fluffy pink female - I can't imagine you'd like it.
Maybe if you're into COCO from house of C., but probably not a LVe B type.
I am an awkward customer for Encre Noir - a youngish woman with a hatred of dominant, stinky, overmasculine vetiver.
Smells like ink, damp forest, and also has a certain dark freshness to it.
Encre Noir, I love you in my own way Encre Noir, I love you in your own way Encre Noir. Some people think oud is harsh - but this is just grating. If EN was a person he would be like: A big hairy guy fully bearded wearing a red and black flannel leaving in a wooden cottage alone. The scent is great for certain occations (going out in a rainy day). When she gets a whiff of this, she turns and flees from me. Of course it’s not a crowd pleaser,”panty dropper” (can we all drop that vacuous term?
It's not hyper masculine like Tabac, but it is certainly in your face. The longevity and sillage are reasonably good for its price. ), or a “safe scent”, so just understand EN will not satisfy those purposes and usually gets negative reactions from those seeking these things in a fragrance. I blind bought this based on the reputation Encre Noire tends to carry, and upon receiving it I'll admit I was disappointed.
It conjures up a mood of misty melancholy, rather than exotic menace. But whenever I spray it on myself then just can't stand it, it smells like my sweat- probably from too much ISO E Super. It is an odd one, and if you find this challenging, may I suggest bearing with it. That bottle too, with its wooden lid that CLICKs into place! update: the similarity between EN and woody i mentioned above on papers. By the way I catch no cypress(green) nor vetiver(earth), I think the combination is smoke, lots of smoke(incense), woods, ginger and lime (there's definitely lime here somewhere), well that's my opinion. If you're an "I wear fragrances for me" guy and you like dark, ethereal scents, this will work for you. Don't wear it for birthdays / anniversaries / weddings. this only works for gloomy, introspective, rainy days in the heart of a forest in the Pacific northwest. As a serial people-pleaser, this is hard to work with.
It's absolutely not what the words "dark wood scent" usually evoke for me (rich, spicy, warm) - rather a much cooler and more controlled mood. it's done the near-impossible by making me even consider wearing it ... It's also very affordable and of great quality for the price. sold it after few months One of the best autumn scents. This will get you as many odd looks as it will compliments. I love this perfume, I have used it for 3 years at least,and it is not a perfume, it is a mood that you get in while wearing this perfume, it helps you enjoy your loneliness, even though it is sth wonderful when you are in love especially in autumn, dating someone special in the cold days, but just I dont like the short lasting of the perfume and I have recently found another price for this perfume in Lalique shops around 95 Euros that makes me think that these cheap versions are kind of fake perfumes. The vetiver is sooo perfectly cool and smooth in it. BTW on my skin, EN is a little darker, deeper and richer. I am in love with this, and out of all my collection (of around 50 bottles), this gets the most compliments. Humid wood, brown dying leaves, modern luxury wooden furnitures, some old school ink. Don't wear it for cracking open a cold one with the boys. I appreciate it on an artistic level, and in fact I'd compliment anyone I smell it on.
Honestly I only like wearing this on gloomy and rainy days or if I'm going on a hike, it is so fitting for those times and seems out of place any other time I try to wear it. 8.5/10 As much as I adore the reviews like "This is what Count Dracula wears...", I really don't find it quite that black/deep. If there's humidity, it's more thick - low humidity makes it crisp.