Allen Sandusky: I very much appreciate the videos geared toward men. Please do more. You
bring an obvious mastery of the information pertaining to whatever topic
you are discussing. Thank you.
John WALES: Wise words from a very knowledgeable and beautiful woman!! Thanks for the
John Doe: Colognes and perfumes can be bought cheap from discounters like T.J. Maxx,
Marshalls, Ross or Amazon.com but make sure it's sold and shipped by
Amazon.com. Some people have luck with sites like Fragrancenet but I prefer
the sites I mentioned.
Muhammad Hamza: very good analysis
Michael Kargbo: can u do a part 2 to the clip.cuz is so much information left out of these
clip pls.i would like to know the rest of those colognes on that table pls
joe69er: jfk wore creed's vetiver
RainDeepshoXX: Utterly gorgeous Sali Hughes.. ;] ...with a beautiful accent.
SIRJNR87: Forget the perfumes she's pretty 😍
MeatEater96: She has no idea what she's talking about. I was kiterally laughing my ass
off when she said that JFK wore GIT.
Skippy MyMan: This lady has no clue what she is going on about lol...
Andrew Buck: Bloody hell, there's quite a bit of misinformation here that I barely know
where to start. Her comments on Creed GIT are rubbish (do they check facts
at all), and while coffee beans are commonly used to clear the nose, a
fresh clean linen cloth is better. Plus, you need to go further than just
paper blotters since skin chemistry plays a crucial role, and not all
"expensive" fragrances are better (many are simply more expensive). And
please don't get me started on the overuse of makeup.
Barry Tran: Thumb up to fact about EDP and EDT, not many pplz know that ! glad u do n
spreading the word.
J Christ: I live in the capital of Norway, and the stupid thing is that there are no
real perfume-shops here :( only perfume-shops in supermarkets and they sell
designer-fragrances (and I never buy my fragrances from the internet,
because I'm afraid I won't get the real stuff). I am a collector so I have
now around 32 different fragrances ;) But I only buy fragrances that suits
me, and remind me of a wonderful holiday-memory.
Kang Tian Ning: Coffee beans Haha
Sherzodbek Omadillayev: Thank you for making video, and I'll recommend you ladies & gentlemen to
try FM Group fragrances be cause it's worldwide & everybody loves it, just
watch on youtube or google it if you have this FM group in your country, go
there & they let U try all the perfumes for free vs pleasure, coz I
understand what's a perfume itself & how it's made. U can use my FM id:
36001651 whenever u contact to them! thank you! And never underestimate it!
Drom international produces all of ur & my FM perfumes!!!
Adamkay17: Yeah, was just thinking that
VikingShaver: How the hell can JFK have worn GIT, when GIT was released in 1985 ? This
lady reveals she us NOT a frag head. Also you NEVER EVER test fragrances on
paper. Only on skin. But hey, I'm a fragead. She's certainly not.
Cheers/Claus from Denmark
dantealighieri1265: i have to disagree. Cheap doesn't mean automatically bad. There are a lot
inexpensive fragrances that have great quality. For example Creed's
Original Santal is a expensive copy of MontBlanc's Individuel and still
many people consider Invividuel to be the better one. Creed has good
fragrances, no doubt about that but in my opinion they're overpriced. I
believe also the most stories about the famous customers are just made up
by Creed for marketing reasons.
M. Golightly: I think there is a fallacy that the more expensive the fragrance is the
better it is. There are still fragrances today cheap as they may but of
GOOD QUALITY. Fragrances as well reacts differently depending on skin type
so never rely on how it smells like on paper.
whoryanp: A*MEN PURE MALT is one of my favs
jams6279: I don't know why but you look and sound so boring!
penlovmov: For the love of god, get to the point. I'm female and her voice annoys the
hell out of me.
Greggieboy76: Creed's marketing claims have excelled even their own in sending GIT back
in time to the days of JFK :-) Joking aside, I enjoyed the video - thanks
Rangerswincup: just subbed! thanks
Rangerswincup: I am a fragrance nut, and in all honesty, Cool Water is very similar. It
basically smells like GIT but with watery caloney notes added and almost
like it was made into a laundry detergent smell. Definitely cheaper
smelling, but VERY similar. However, with that said I don't care for either
of them. I would much prefer to have a bottle of Aventus or Millesime
Imperial over GIT.
matthew neal: what is the tom ford called? it sounded like she said grave eta air
theLupeXperience: If you're fragrhead, pls sunscribe to my Youtueb channel. I vlog about
Johnny Bravo: you are so hot; I would eat your asshole
lexip396able: Seriously get to the point!
ungredda4: your voice is sooooo relaxing very melodic and soothing quality to it,
loved the vid
Philippe Nilles: @fizzzzaa1
Adam Grass: wow, so much of that is wrong PR and magazine nonsense. Also, I was unaware
that JFK lived to 1985 to wear Green Irish Tweed.
Azzurri82: Toodle-pip old bean!
LeEgoisteNYC: Fantastic advice. Thank you so much
Bruce Armstrong: she must be talking to women.
665don667: Actually, it's the Creed Vetiver created in 1948 that Kennedy wore.
theLupeXperience: 1st off, it's GIT, 2ndly - it doesn't. The difference in quality is just
way too pronounced. Cool Water practically smells like GIT, like Condoleeza
Rice practically looks like Rihanna!
Riwin Frederick: Yes maybe so but that difference in QUALITY doesn't justify the HUGE price
gap. Especially since the average will not be able to tell the difference.
Dreez76: Le Male is overused, worn by pretty much everyone i know because it's
"popular", i wouldn't recommend it. If i would recommend any fragrance, it
would be Lacôste Hypnôse Homme. I've used Fahrenheit since early 90's, just
started using Hypnôse. I have a bottle of Old English Leather incoming, and
a bottle of Bridgetown. But if you want to smell like everyone else and
have no personal fragrance, use Le Male.
scarbobblecop: "One of CREED's best known men's fragrances, Green Irish Tweed was created
by sixth-generation master perfumer Olivier CREED for a film industry
client who personified masculine style and elegance on the silver screen.
Offered to the discerning public years later,...." - From the Creed
Perfumes website Ever consider that it was exclusively made for movie stars
and political types long before it was offered to the general public?
lola monavi: no offense but thats condescending pro natural non sense, besides who wants
to spend 100 dollars on 50ml of liquid honnestly i dont care how bloody
natural something claims to be first because its not even legal to create
real amber so, it anyhow never justifies an exaggerated and prohibitive
price if ithe cost of production is going to be to exaggerated for average
income people then synthetics is good enough, and people int o luxury are
condescending and usually very repulsive people
77dav: @ned262626 its grey vetiver
Riwin Frederick: this is bs. there are many cheap fragrances that smell amazing like
fizzzzaa1: I would use the strips and narrow it down to the ones you want. Id then try
it on my skin to see how well it reacts with your body chemistry.
earl yanlao: thank you for those tips
Ghyll: Question: do you work as a clown?
catveezle: how can i quickly and inexpensively get to sample a massive range of ladies
perfumes, to decide which i like the best, and then hopefully convince my
girlfriend to wear it?
joevs21001: Very informative. Thanks for your advice and insight on mens fragrances. I
am somewhat of a fragrance fanatic as my wife would say. I have no less
than 50 different scents in my arsenal at one time. I know, that is a bit
in excess, but I truly can't help myself sometimes. I do agree with you
100% that you cannot go cheap when it comes to fragrance purchase. I have
found out through the years that when you spend a bit more, you get a bit
more in terms of quality. Never skimp, ever.