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Reflection Man by Amouage Review

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Reflection Man by Amouage Review
The Reflection Man made by Amouage has good things going for it, such as having a modern smell and excellent staying power. However, the rest is a struggle to love for us. For one, it is loud, and not the kind we would imagine many would be inclined to flaunt. The blend also fails to live up to the promise of its notes. And as if being strong isn’t enough, it comes off as annoyingly synthetic too. In the end, we don’t think any of these justifies a high asking price.
Reader Rating0 Votes
Possesses some smoky sophistication as the scent develops
We think it smells modern
Performs excellently
The opening smells like medicine
Very loud, but not one we would like to linger
Expensive for the quality
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Amouage released Reflection Man in 2007. It falls under a set of woody floral fragrances for men, with its woodsy notes and blooms. Created by Lucas Sieuzac, the scent’s top notes include petitgrain, rosemary and pink pepper. The middle notes are jasmine, ylang ylang, orris root and neroli, while the base notes are vetiver, sandalwood, cedar and patchouli.

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