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Versace Eros by Versace Review
Versace Eros has gained a reputation for being a clubbing scent, and there’s good reason for that. Just like its house’s maximalist code, the fragrance is one that screams for attention, which, for our purposes, is translated to a heavy trail and possession of excellent longevity. The opening is a burst of vanilla, which is then followed by a cloying, sweeter scent caused by ambroxan and geranium. The vetiver and cedar base ends being very masculine like its namesake and that, understandably, is not one everyone would find endearing.
Masculine and crisp scent
Will get you noticed because of its heavy sillage
Can be offensive, especially for sensitive noses
Likely to be preferred by younger men
The intensity of Versace Eros is only to be expected from the maximalist bottle and the Greek god of love and passion who lends it his name. Released in 2012, it is a return to the game of men’s fragrances for the Italian house. Aurelien Guichard is the brains and the nose behind the fragrance, which lists green apple, mint oil, Italian lemon, ambroxan, geranium, vetiver, cedar and oak moss for its ingredients.