Christian Dior Sauvage EDT Review- Radically Fresh For Men
The launch from legendary French house of Christian Dior is the new Sauvage fragrance collection; a radical departure from the traditional masculine scents we have come to expect over the years. In fact, the idea behind this line was born out of necessity—Dior needed to rethink his entire approach after being forced to shut down one of its most important lines, the men's fragrance called Poison.
As a result, Christian Dior Sauvage is unlike anything else released today in the world of men's fragrance. A refreshingly bold statement of independence, it marks the start of a whole new chapter for the house whose name has stood for excellence for nearly a century now.
Sauvage Fragrances are like no other. They're not only different from the classic Dior scents; they're completely original creations that were created specifically to appeal to men. The goal here was to create a fragrance that had something for everyone—a scent that could be enjoyed by both the young and old, and every personality type imaginable.
After all, it isn't often that you find a fragrance collection where each fragrance is actually unique, rather than variations on an already existing formula. And yet that's exactly what happened here: Dior found inspiration from the wild places and natural surroundings of the world he loves so much.
When To Wear Christian Dior Sauvage?
You'll love wearing Sauvage whenever you feel like going outside; whether it's just for a walk through the park, or even hiking in nature itself. This is because Sauvage is made to be worn all day long without losing its freshness.
Even in hot weather, you can still keep Sauvage on point throughout the day and into the evening—it's that versatile. However, since Sauvage is primarily meant to be used as a daytime fragrance, it may not be ideal for evenings or late nights. Instead, consider using another fragrance from the same range for more elegant occasions.
That way, you don't run the risk of overpowering yourself with too many competing fragrances. When choosing which one to use, however, remember that Sauvage is quite potent (even though it's considered a light scent) so choose wisely; especially if you have sensitive skin.
As expected from such a strong scent, this perfume has decent projection which will last for about 4-6 hours before needing to be refreshed again. Of course, this depends entirely on how much you apply and the environment you are in. In general terms, though, this is a good amount of projection. Some may complain that it doesn't smell like anything once it wears off, but this is simply because it dries out quickly—something which is not uncommon for citrus/citrus blends.
Should You Buy The Christian Dior Sauvage?