Is Black Afgano strong?

Is Black Afgano strong?

Black Afgano is a strong smoke and incense fragrance that is surprisingly never overpowering.

Is Black Afgano good?

In a nutshell, Black Afgano is a very nice amber oriental dominated by medicinal oud, incense, nutty labdanum, chewy tobacco, patchouli, and vanilla. A wholly conventional, if potent and super-rich, oriental — and hardly the dangerous, completely daring, hardcore fragrance that I had expected.

Is Nasomatto black Afgano unisex?

Black Afgano by Nasomatto is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for women and men. The nose behind this fragrance is Alessandro Gualtieri.

What does Nasomatto mean?

crazy nose
My involvement is to create something that is alive that will be able to say new things.” – Alessandro Gualtieri, aka The Nose. In Italian, Nasomatto means ‘crazy nose’. The collection of extraits de parfum was inspired by the desire to be free from the rules and constraints imposed by the market.

What is Nasomatto project?

Driven by the experimentation of perfumery, the Nasomatto Project – Italian for ‘crazy nose’ – is a unique concept by Italian avant-garde perfumer Alessandro Gualtieri.

What is Extrait fragrance?

Extrait de parfum (pure perfume, perfume, parfum, parfum extrait or simply extract) is the most concentrated and most expensive form of perfumes and is usually between 20 and 40% of oil concentration. You need only a couple of drops for each application.

Is Nasomatto Italian?

Designed in Amsterdam and made in Italy, Nasomatto (meaning crazy nose) fragrances are modern, rich and spirited.

Which female perfume is the best?

The 37 best perfumes for women

# Brand Best for
1 Viktor & Rolf Most popular
2 Tom Ford Black Orchid Best luxury
3 Jo Malone Wood Sage & Sea Salt Best value
4 Maison Francis Kurkdjian Most expensive

Can we apply perfume in armpits?

If you are going to spray perfume in your armpits right after a warm shower, you are not going to leave any room for the alcohol to evaporate. Most likely, you will end up bruising the sensitive skin of your under-arm. So, should you stop wearing perfume altogether? No!