Marlou

Ambilux (formerly 50ml d'Ambiguite)

Eau de Parfum

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
Ambilux (formerly 50ml d'Ambiguite) Sizes Available:
50ml $115
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $4
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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about Ambilux (formerly 50ml d'Ambiguite)...
A fascinating, highly unique scent. A brilliant takeoff of incense/balsams lingers regally on the skin at first spray, with a restrained cumin hinting at human sweat. In the heart is a subtle, mellow sweetness, a pumpkin-y or butternut squash quality that, to me, places the whole perfume in a chilly Autumn sunset. But the miracle of this perfume is its animalic base, which smells realistically of a sheep's fleece, laced with sheep urine. Not a human-smelling musk, but one which smells tenderly and nostalgically like lovable farmyard animals. Lastly, costus kisses the drydown with its curious "vacant" smell, like an empty drawer or old house. I love this fascinating perfume, truly for lovers of the animalics.
By   - digital artist from central texas, usa on 5/15/2020
Marlou gets five stars for hitting the nail on the head. If you’re looking for pure, animal, skanky sex... this is it. Out of thousands of samples and hundreds of bottles, this is the most carnal perfume I have ever smelled. This is not for the timid. I wore the perfume for a good twelve hours, and by the end of the day, it was not weakened at all. I smelled like I spent the day working in a French brothel. All I can say is that this perfume makes Muscs Koublai Khan and Musc Tonkin smell like they’re from an English Rose garden.
By   - Historian from New England on 7/26/2018
Decades ago, I was playing in my grandmother’s dressing room and got into the good cologne -- the stuff she (tried to) keep out of small hands. The results on a little girl were, looking back, probably a little disturbing to bystanders. The costus, ylang ylang, and peppercorn in this animalistic femme scent remind me of that fragrance, and the lush, frankly carnal, high-sillage effect reminds me why I was immediately hauled in for a bath. One to make the grown folk unambiguously glad they’re grown.
By   - editor from Seattle on 1/13/2018
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