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Performance is fantastic on the vintage ones (if you can find them), not bad on the slightly older and, unfortunately, rather weak on the newer ones. Black also so close to V&A Midnight In Paris but more masculine, I sold my MIP because it was too feminine and creamy for me and got bvl Black instead. I have read about this perfume for years and finally bought it. so tomorrow I am spraying all my work colleagues :'D with it. I was playing with Hiris earlier and Hiris is way more masculine imo. Very soft and not at all what "black" of the bottle would imply.
Black is a concept fragrance, it plays to the limited crowd who like the smell of rubber and it wants to evoke a racing track feel.Blind purchased this and Body Kouros based on my appreciation of Annick Menardo's Xeryus Rouge. Without luck, gave it two nauseating hours to see if it settle down into something more palatable. I had a victim/friend all picked out - but she works in a hospital.... It was an undercurrent that prevented the powder from becoming too girly or baby's bottom. Yes, it's a similar type of scent, but it's not a twin, or even immediate family... If you love Mi P, there's no guarantee you'll even like this. At this point I've honestly lost track of how many times I've smelt my wrist on the car ride home from work.Days later was haunted by it when washing the clothing I had been wearing at the time. I decided it maynot be worth my life in gifting this to her. The overall effect is comforting and, yet, sexy - if that makes sense... From the back and forth reviews, recommend you try before you buy. When I do get home I plan on immediately showering away my old cologne to give Bvlgari Black a well-deserved place on my body. I have held off purchasing it because of the elusive "rubber tire" scent..while I do get that accord shortly after, it fades and this is just a lovely slightly smokey hot steamy cup of tea. Riding on massive successes as Aqva, Pour Homme, Blv, and Jasmin noir they can indulge themselves sometimes and not be afraid of experimenting. There's a limited number of houses that can afford to do something like that, and lucky for us, Bvlgari is one of these.