Puredistance

Black

Parfum Extrait

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about Black...
Vaguely similar to Puredistance M, but warmer and more sensual. Wears closer to skin which is kinda bad, kinda good. This is a scent which begs people to come in closer. Much closer. Wow. May lean more masculine, but a swarthy raven haired woman could rock this so hard she'd need a gun to keep men away. Dangerous on a confident woman in a black dress.
By   - Retired TV Exec from Los Angeles on 9/4/2021
Like Nasomatto Duro's timid little brother. Good, but Duro's more refined.
By  on 1/19/2015
A warm, soft, spicy base of Clove, Oakmoss, Rosewood, Benzoin, and Tonka Bean wraps around a bouquet of Rose, Violet, and Geranium, the whole freshened by Lemon and other Citrus Notes. Roja Dove's website: note listings
By   - from Savannah,GA on 9/26/2014
I wore the sample from Luckyscent and the lady in our office said "somebody is wearing different cologne". Puredistance Black is a wonderful smell and is very comforting. Go easy on the application as it is a thicker concentration. A perfect 10!
By   - Wholesale Tire Sales from Savannah, GA on 9/5/2014
Nice scent, nothing new, HORRIBLE packaging, the spray streams, doesn't mist. very frustrating when you spend this type of $$$ on a scent that you have to apply like an eau de toilette.
By  on 1/12/2014
I have ordered a lot of different samples over the years and have never re ordered, but this product is intoxicating, I am ordering a big bottle, just love it
By   - Business owner from Canada on 12/14/2013
It smells like a poor imitation of Creed's Angelique Encens...did not care for it at all!
By   - floral designer, musician from Houston on 12/10/2013
I tend to like my perfume to speak for me -- as volubly as possible, with sillage visible on regional Doppler. This subdued, "whispering" mystery scent represents a significant departure from that ideal. On application, the aptly-named Black is cool, dark, equally piquant and sweet. There's a pinch of oud (to which I'm very sensitive), a curl of incense, a brush of something green and earthy which others have called vetiver but feels to me like an abstract and clean patchouli, a slice of ripe plum, and a sprinkle of cardamom and saffron. All these are miraculously contained by a cordon of 15-denier amber, each note clearly perceptible, none shouldering forward. Its timbre calls to mind Black Afgano, but at late-night-TV volume, down the hall and on the other side of a door. Around the one-hour mark, a sueded leathery vanillic cloud (tolu balsam?) condenses and hovers. At home, I'd grab my MAC MV3 for comparison. The aura clings close, woods and smoke and amber -- and the plum, now dry and lightly spiced -- still in attendance, albeit semi-transparent, mutable. Fashionably late to the party are a boozy bourbon note and a trace of benzoin, further warming and softening the lengthy drydown. My fragrance-devouring skin took the better part of a day to consume Black entirely. True to the marketing, this is a majestic yet intimate scent, with qualities like velvet: rich and subtly lustrous, susceptible to the angle of the light, drawing in rather than projecting. It doesn't come to you; you have to seek it out... let your attention shift, then inhale deeply and realise it's as present as ever.
By   - from Pasadena on 11/13/2013
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