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2009/07/27 13:49:01 (permalink)
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Aftershave recommendations?

Hows it going going lads, in the market for a new aftershave but cant quite decide on which way to go. Looking for something that is distinctive smelling not like the Boss in Motion etc that couldnt be told apart from another lol.

3 of my favourites at the moment are, Marc Jacobs, JPG Fleur Du Male and Kenzo Pour homme. Three pretty unique fragrances right there, could anyone recommend any other good ones?

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    Omario
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:00:01 (permalink)
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    Apparently the new Abercrombie and Fitch mens fragrance is very nice.  The YSL pour homme sport is quite nice as well.
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    joeho87
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:02:17 (permalink)
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    My favourite is Chanel Platinum, I recommend it.
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:07:07 (permalink)
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    Can't go far wrong with Old Spice, or Brut 33....Now there's distinctive fragrances
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:11:58 (permalink)
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    i use the marc jacobs as well mate..
    the three i rotate at the moment are,
    marc jacobs
    vera wang
    antidote- victor and rolf

    all v v nice frangrances
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:24:37 (permalink)
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    Nice to see there is another Jacobs user, nobody ever seems to have heard of it despite its awesomeness??? lol. What kind of fragrances are they, more youthfull smelling etc?

    I really should just go out and get testers but got a lot of work to be done so online shopping it is lol.

    Seen a few good reviews on Terre D'Hermes by Hermes and a few for Gucci Pour Homme (brown stuff), anybody ever encountered any these?

    Thanks again

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    bmc
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:25:10 (permalink)
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    issey miyake

    acqua di gio

    armani remix
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    Blue_Lagoon3000
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:26:42 (permalink)
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    Cool Waters, Joop anything nice really
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:40:25 (permalink)
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    Gucci pour homme II.
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:44:07 (permalink)
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    lacoste red or the new diesel one is amazin
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:53:40 (permalink)
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    Mystical whats the Gucci like? heard a lot of good reviews on it, based on what im hearing its between that and Terre D'Hermes?

    Good shout bmc, cant go wrong with Issey, never tried Aqua but never heard a bad word about it.

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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:57:27 (permalink)
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    paco rabanne one million is really nice, I think im right in saying is was the most popular mens fragrance christmas just gone. 
    Hugo boss hugo is quite old but still really nice.

    Most of the Joops are good too and I really like Hypnose by Lancome too
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 14:58:55 (permalink)
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    joe malone - pommigarnite noir

    Lacoste - essential

    Christian Doir - Doir Homme

    all are really great distintive fragrances

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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 15:04:48 (permalink)
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 15:09:15 (permalink)
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    I wouldn't really know how to describe an aftershave, but apparantly it's the essence of young senual masculinity lol (but don't let that description put you off) , it's the light blue bottle.

    http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/aftershave/gucci-100ml-pour-homme-ii-aftershave-lotion.asp
     

    It's a little sweeter than the type of aftershave I would usually like, but it just smells fantastic!
    I don't know anyone else who has it personally as well, which is always a bonus.
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 15:12:43 (permalink)
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    Thanks mystical, the description alone is definetely a selling point haha! Maybe i got mixed up, maybe it was the light blue bottle as you say that i got recommended. Going by the description looks like its definetley something i'l be interested in. Cheers mate.

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    arnold84
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 15:51:19 (permalink)
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    cant beat old school hugo boss work everytime :)
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 16:14:03 (permalink)
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    Anybody opposed to girls perfumes? try Versace Crystal Noir, its for the ladies but i swear the stuff is awesome and nobody ever knows lol.

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    just t
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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 16:23:22 (permalink)
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    burberry

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    Re:Aftershave recommendations? 2009/07/27 17:14:45 (permalink)
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    amouage jubilation....creed royal water or tabarome.....if u want sumthing nice but exclusive then prepare for a hefty price tag
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