Nuit D'Issey Noir Argent by ISSEY MIYAKE Eau de Parfum Spray 100ml

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Nuit D'Issey Noir Argent by ISSEY MIYAKE Eau de Parfum Spray 100ml

Nuit D'Issey Noir Argent by ISSEY MIYAKE Eau de Parfum Spray 100ml

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Nuit d'Issey is so similar to Layton by PdM, though older, that I suspect it served a (perhaps big) little bit as a template. Issey Miyake is yes for a long time and rightly one of the larger manufacturers on the market, on which also houses like Marly should orientate. Nuit d'Issey is an extremely fresh, young and urban incense, but without losing an iota of elegance, with a very marked masculinity, and an extraordinary cleaning. I really liked this interpretation of the incense, very far from the incenses that I usually consume, but also a very beautiful incense. Price: 9/10. I got it for around 40 dollars on the secondary, which is a very fair price for a fragrance of this nature.

Our first average we look at for Issey Miyake Nuit D’Issey Noir Argent EDP Spray is to judge it against other products from the same brand, in this case it’s Issey Miyake. This tells us that there are a total of 30 Issey Miyake products at Fragrancedirect. He smells to me like a long, extensively danced through night. Some things blurred, some inhibitions became secondary, some things disappeared the next day, but one thing is for sure: the scent remains, if not on your skin, then in your head. And not just in your own. I think most of the flankers were well executed, Intense, Yuzu, Bleu, etc. Sure they went a little bat shit with the 500 hundred summer variations but they are far from alone in that travesty. I was thrilled when the Nuit line came out and marked a radical departure from the original's DNA, and as the years progress more Nuit flankers hit the market. They've branched out over the years and released several fragrances that straddle the imaginary line between designer accessibility and niche artistry like their Ambre and Encens releases. Noir Argent is a flanker of Nuit that builds on the sweet leather DNA of the original but takes it in a new direction.It's night, still warm but more bearable. Shops and restaurants line up and countless spices hang in the air, rising to your nose. Your olfactory memory makes you smile. It smells somehow always the same but still a little bit different every time. You will also store this smell and keep it for the cold days at home. Originality: 7/10. There's not much on the designer market that smells like this in the opening. Even though I say it smells like Alien Man in the drydown, Alien is sort of weird and unique in it's own way.

The base notes are Myrrh, Patchouli, Labdanum and Vetiver which offer a classic foundation for a long lasting, yet not overpowering, fragrance that will help you express your individuality while feeling fresh all day. And there he also wants to arrive well. The super fresh and somewhat sweet start of soft citrus wakes you up first again, before you are attracted by the well-harmonizing spices. A powerful mix of pepper, wood and leather. Definitely very masculine. Very present, alerting, but not penetrating. Late in the evening on the beach, you sit down with a group of Thais and Europeans at the campfire. All sorts of woods flame together and dance in the moonlight. You are deeply relaxed and holding on to every second, because you know everything is in motion and fleeting.... I'm not saying this because I'm a cost snob prissy fragrance fanatic. Some of my favorite frags are cheap cheap cheap CHEEEEAAAAAPPPPPPPIIIIIIIEEEEEEEESSSSS inexpensive. And I'm fine with certain frags with high levels of IsoE (Terre D'Hermes) or Ambroxan (Sauvage). Hell the entire genre of fougeres wouldn't exist without them.The problem is when high levels of these molecules are used as the base instead of bolstering other notes, I can't smell anything. Think of the difference between sprinkling salt on a steak and covering it with a pound of salt.

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Because of my "Spleen's" monthly to increase my collection of flacons / scents, my wife is rather reticent with compliments what my scents concern. But here she came all by herself and said, "smells very good". That means something! Normally I focus on fresh, aquatic, or on Tonka fragrances. This one's different, it's different. I don't want to lift him up on a gallery, just to say he doesn't have to hide.

The opening is dominated by a sharp, lemon tinged myrrh. I hate to say things like "iT sMeLLs NiCHe LiKE" but the opening notes don't really smell like what I would call standard designer men's frags. Basically you aren't getting hit with myrrh or any incense really if you're hanging out in the men's frag section of Nordstroms. No the incense in Bleu De Chanel doesn't count. Yes you can fight me. The opening hour doesn't smell as refined or focused as the myrrh in Armani's Myrrh Imperiale but I feel it evolves more and shows the different facets of myrrh.I admit I am getting older and smoking for years damaged my sense of smell but I know I'm not alone on this. And when I do smell a drydown that's heavy on aromachemicals it smells hazy to me. It's hard to describe, but it's the olfactory equivalent of trying to read a book without your glasses. I know what's there, and if I squint I can make it out but it's unpleasant, fuzzy and I get a headache. And the problem is one that seems to be increasing with recent releases from the past ten years or so. In terms of duration is fine, between 6 and 7 hours in skin, with a moderate projection from the beginning. However, we then like to go a little deeper to explore more detail about the product by looking at products in the same category as Issey Miyake Nuit D’Issey Noir Argent EDP Spray. That then tells us that there are 2327 products in the Fragrance category at Fragrancedirect. This is my second review. I am far from having a clue. Still, I love the idea of what the architect must have been thinking. Now this is my interpretation: He fits perfectly to the cold season and also to the short days - and as his name suggests - of course to the night :)

The start of the scent is at least as exciting as your first night in Bangkok and the beginning of a journey. As soon as you arrive at the hostel, it's straight onto Khaosan Road. Someone accidentally runs into you and you have your grapefruit juice now on your linen shirt.

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Issey Miyake aftershave has a reputation for having unique fragrances and a refreshing effect. 'Noir Argent' is no exception, this masculine scent was developed by Master Perfumer Dominique Ropion and is unlike any other.



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