Fragrance Reviews

Sauvage by Dior Review

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Sauvage by Dior Review
Sauvage sure has its strengths, including quite an intense punch and a lasting power to match. The synthetic smell is also strong in this one, although for the most part it is tolerable especially for the least discerning of noses. Despite its manliness and modernity, however, we are put off by some cheap points in its development. This is wearable for many, but the amount of sprays should be kept to a minimum.
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We feel that it is very modern and masculine
Easy to wear despite its loudness
Impressive staying power
The accords can smell harsh and synthetic to us
Loud and can come off as cheap at some points

We can assume that the name Sauvage was taken from a classic Dior scent, Eau Sauvage, although it ends as having little to no resemblance to the said fragrance. It also isn’t a flanker to the Eau Sauvage, and belongs to a completely different collection. François Demachy is the perfumer behind the Sauvage. The mostly natural notes include bergamot, ambroxan, ambergris and woods. It was released in 2015 and was fronted by Johnny Depp.

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