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Invictus by Paco Rabanne Review
The Invictus is one of those scents that you either love or hate; with its popularity among men, especially young adult men, frag heads might find it easy to see it as repelling. And it is understandable, given that the scent lacks the maturity that made other classics memorable. But its strength, as evidenced by its sillage and excellent performance, cannot be denied. It also delivers some freshness by way of its marine accords, and depth through the musk.
Leaves a strong, heavy trail
Comes with impressive longevity for an EDT
Feels fresh and sweet
Feels slightly synthetic at times
Similar to many masculine fragrances
Invictus is another of Paco Rabanne’s most popular scents, rivalling the previous release 1 Million in both praise and critique. Four people were behind this polarizing fragrance: Dominique Ropion, Veronique Nyberg, Anne Flipo and Olivier Polge, who all brought together notes of grapefruit, marine accord, jasmine, guaiac wood, oakmoss, patchouli and ambergris to create the scent. Invictus was introduced as an addition to the brand’s collection in July 2013, taking the shape of a trophy. It was sold as a eau de toilette and was initially available in two sizes: 50 and 100ml.