ARMAF Club De Nuit Milestone Eau De Parfum, 105 ml (Pack of 1)
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At the beginning of the first 5 minutes it may be a little synthetic and has the famous Armaf note, which is also used in Armaf Sillage - but later the sea note with fruit develops so beautifully it's crazy!
Dries down with similarities to their Derby Club House Blanch offering I think but their openings and mids are completely different.I honestly can’t believe men are using this so they can smell like prime women shampoo with a lingering sickly watermelon smell. Somewhat harsh on the initial spray but quickly relaxes to the a nearly spot on copy millesime imperial. It has a long-lasting and powerful projection that makes me stand out from the crowd with just two sprays, even when I'm sweating like a pig. It's not bad at all actually it's very nice and elegant so you have to give it some time in my opinion. I mean, it lasts for over 7 hours, it’s mass appealing, smooth after the opening and it’s just bloody cheap.
Decent longevity, the "meat" of this fragrance as in the fruity and aquatic notes stay on for approx. The compact 105ml size of ARMAF Club De Nuit Milestone Eau De Parfum is perfect for taking with you wherever you go, so you can stay smelling fresh and irresistible no matter what the day brings. Musk adds a sensuous and soft quality to the fragrance, while vetiver contributes earthiness and a touch of smokiness.In agreement with the projection being soft, but this does hang around in the wearer's own bubble for at least 7hours at least on myself. That being said, if you're one of those crazy space aliens that puts salt on watermelon, then eats it, this is right up your alley. Armaf Club De Nuit Milestone Eau De Parfum (30ml) is a luxurious take on the brand’s signature scent Club De Nuit. NOTE: As a seller, you are solely responsible for the legitimacy of the product, and its images and descriptions. Under no circumstances will we ever replicate, duplicate or copy any brand logo or trademarks nor infringe on intellectual property rights of these companies.
This has great longevity up to nearly 8-9 hours on skin so I’d pick it up just because of how similar it is and it’s power. Comparison on the left hand with the original Creed Imperial and on the right Armaf - there is almost no difference - Millestone even totally beats it in longevity! Club de Nuit Milestone is an imitation of the famous Millésime Impérial, but it's way better, it smells like a slice of heaven in a bottle. It offers a blend of aquatic, fruity, woody, and musky notes, making it suitable for a range of occasions and preferences. The bottle can be seen through the side walls of the bottle with a powerful flashlight if you press it tightly.I haven't had the opportunity to compare it to MI, but it strongly reminds me of a lighter summer version of GIT, and the quality is also on par.
In a nutshell it's fantastic, and I would highly encourage anyone to take advantage of the deal on this perfume! It starts with bright juicy fruit notes and sea salt, but quickly transitions to a violet leaf that sounds very loud, literally overpowering everything else. Perhaps mine needs to macerate a bit, because I cannot pick up the melon in this, it rather smells like mixed fruits with a salty punch. It’s a real authentic trauma response, and I’m not sure if I had some traumatizing experience in a pool earlier, that my subconscious is now revisiting. I also believe that the "violet" overwhelms the "woods" (which also makes it a warmer weather scent.
Please note that Royal Mail currently classes perfumes, nail polishes, flammable liquids and aerosols as "hazardous materials" and will only accept a limited number of these per parcel. It starts out very fruity and salty, then dries down to ambroxan with the other notes being less prominent. Obviously, Armaf has gone with ingredients choices closer to what Millésime Impérial might have been if it had been released by whatever designer it had been pitched to back in the 90's, then amped up the performance to blaring subwoofer levels, effectively creating another parallel universe Bogart scenario. It was probably because Millesime Imperial is a mere husk of its former self, and this was my proverbial middle finger to Creed and the castration that they did to the scent. Pierce Brosnan and Catherine Zeta Jones claim the niche Creed as signature scents and this is one I wouldn't mind smelling on anyone.