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Bad by Diesel Review
Bad is an apt name for Diesel, but not in a complimenting way—it is such a disappointment, although that’s not entirely unexpected for most Invictus clones. The opening is at least okay as the zesty notes that enter are lively and light, making it easy to like. However, it eventually progresses to become sickeningly sweet and heady, not to mention synthetic. Performance is average, but honestly we are not thrilled. Buyers can at least enjoy the bold packaging.
Citrus notes are lively and complement sweeter florals well in the beginning
We don’t think it would find a hard time pleasing non-enthusiasts
Feels like another Invictus clone, generic
We find it overwhelming
The drydown smells synthetic for us
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Diesel released Bad in 2016. It is supposedly the first scent to feature caviar and tobacco alongside each other. Perfumers Carlos Benaim and Anne Flipo are responsible for the creation of the fragrance. The top notes include bergamot, lavender, violet leaf and cardamom, while the middle notes are sage, orris root, salty accords and caviar. Tobacco, ambroxan, tonka bean amd patchouli form the base.