Gucci Guilty Intense Pour Homme – Better than the Original

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Fragrance Review

Taking into account its image (kind of bling-bling if you ask me!), I confess I sampled ’s Guilty Intense Pour Homme with a certain lack of confidence, that turned to curiosity as soon as the scent entered the mid development phase. Arrived on the market in August 2011 as a fragrant pair, both Guilty Intense and Guilty Intense Pour Homme were flankers for 2010’s Guilty and 2011’s Guilty Pour Homme respectively.

As a part of the olfactory group, Guilty Intense Pour Homme represents a fragrance that, in my opinion behaves way better than its source of inspiration, therefore forming an exception from the rule according to which flankers are below the original. The description from the official website, credits Guilty Intense Pour Homme with the phrase: “for the rebel who embraces even more powerful sensations” and this was a good starting point in my analysis.

Then, as soon as I sprayed only two whiffs on my wrist, the fragrance greeted me with a pleasant aroma of citrus (Italian lemon), placed beside an unmistakable aroma of lavender, over which some might detect a dab of coriander. Then, as Guilty Intense Pour Homme reaches its heart, the orange flower (which is supposedly an aphrodisiac) is doing the magic, juxtaposed to an accord of neroli which reinforces the aroma. In the end, the atmosphere is invaded by patchouli (a constant theme in Gucci’s fragrances) placed in a warm amber context and enriched with a hint of leather.

The bottle that encloses Guilty Intense Pour Homme is re-interpreting the metallic theme from Gucci Guilty, this time in a darker color scheme. The video advertisement was once more directed by , having and as co-stars besides the pair of fragrances. Overall, Guilty Intense Pour Homme might be an interesting suggestion for a test, should you feel attracted towards Gucci products.

Gucci Guilty Intense Pour Homme Perfume Details

  • Guilty Intense Pour Homme by Gucci is available in 50 and 90 ml Eau de Toilette Spray; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
  • Olfactory Group: Woody Aromatic
  • For: Men
  • Year Introduced: 2011
  • Recommended Wear: Evening
  • Dress Code: Casual

Chris Evans and Evan Rachel Wood Video for Gucci Guilty Intense Pour Homme

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