AF A: I am a hardcore fragrancer, and I can tell for sure she doesn't know what she is talking about.
Jack Ah: Lots of advice that is wrong. Even how she smells perfume on a test strip is wrong.
Larry O: ugh this woman is full of contradictions and just a snob who acts all high class. She's forgetting the fact that fragrance smells different on everyone due to their own body's chemistry so two people can wear the same fragrance and still smell different, a connoisseur like herself would be able to detect that and the whole buying niche brands is rubbish as not all care about high quality and sometimes you pay for the in store experience and some cheap fragrances are staples on a lot of top fragrance list like Old Spice.
Wear and buy what you like, if that woman (like her) doesn't appreciate it then you dodged a bullet because she might want you to buy her a tiny 1 oz bottle of "high quality" fragrance. I've worn cheap generic fragrances that got loads of compliments and got none when I wore my high quality perfume oils.
vishnu tewari: Excellent review , You have educated me in how to go by choosing my fragrances. Thanks,
Freekzilla87: Her advice is to buy roja dove? I didn't realise this video was only for Torys.
M Shlock: The woman took the safe route as a "journalist" vs. the full truth: she's not originally posh herself (just listen to her accent, look at her clothes, and notice the nose-pick right on camera). However, she is a whore for a particular audience so if what comes out past the bad English teeth and plastic plum in her mouth is "spend more money and buy exclusive indy and niche for non-mass-marketed quality and individuality you insightful upscale individual you," well, she can't really go (and isn't, generally speaking) very wrong. For those who actually know a little better, be kind and forgive the wench. Some here know better about particular fragrances that are inexpensive, maybe designer, and extraordinary (exceptions to the rule?). O.K., her demeanor and argument come across as rather snobby (intentionally -- remember she's prostituted herself) but does, indeed, get diluted in the scent cloud of perfumes' cloyingly high profit margins and some wonderful "bargains" if one has made the effort to know where to look. Or smell. The idle rich don't have time for that though and she is paid to take a particular position. At her age I'm sure she's retired by now but next time maybe don't arch your back quite so much Sali!
1230naze: John f Kennedy. I don't believe that crap. He died when GIT didn't even exist
Dean Wright: This video is total rubbish she don't know what she is talking about paco rabanne 1 million for men is a really nice great fagrance I love the smell and it lasts for hours on my skin I have the creed aventus. And the paco rabanne 1 million lasts longer on my skin and that's not cheap to buy either it's like 75 to 85 pound in the perfume shop and house and Fraser also fenwick shop it's the same price so the women is talking rubbish in my opinion and proberly every other persons opinion to.
Paradisus: allot of people like synthetics, most people aren't conoseurs.
Sonny R: Hi Sali. What is your take on Opium for Men by YSL and Midnight in Paris by Van Cleef & Arpels? I would really appreciate your feedback. Cheers!
Raymond Solis Jr.: I'm new to fragrances I love your review.
SUZI MAJOR: I read the article where you stated that diptyque l'ombre dans l'eau was one of your favorite men's fragrances. Do you prefer the edt or the edp?
eric anthony: Don't hate! You do generally get what you pay for! That is very true. Aqua di Gio will generally work for the regular guy who wants to smell good. No harm in that. She is referring to the higher class person who want's top quality. It is just a fact. GIT, Aventus.
hickorydickoryduck: Rather presumptuous to start off, if you've been on review sites for a few years you'll know a few cheapies are loved all 'round.
🐍Edensnake🐍: The whole thing about sniffing coffee beans is a myth perpetuated by fools. It was started by LESS scrupulous perfumers knowing the bitter smell of beans would then by contrast make their own blends smell sweeter in the same way as dipping your hand in cold water makes warm water fell hotter. Objective tests have shown that getting a lung full of fresh air will leave one with a more "accurate" nose.
Christophe: Good point about how cheap perfume smells like air fresheners, although not all cheap perfume smells terrible. I like Aqua Di Gio and it gets me more compliments over all out of anything else I wear, including Tom Ford and Creed.
DR. Kologne: top fragrances of all time to this point:
aventus tobacco vanille Tuscan leather green Irish tweed noir de noir original santal millesime imperial tonka imperial chergui jubilation xxv dior homme intense
itlotf1: Horrible, banal sounding voice, and poor presentational skills. Bad snobby attitude towards perfume in general, and amateur and patronising advice. This is the last person anyone should take advice from on perfume.