quietguy Posted May 7, 2013 Share Posted May 7, 2013 (edited) I hope Luna and Mara do not get mad but no sooner does Luna post about not doubling up on threads then I decide to go ahead and do it. But the reasoning here is that the "main" review of Seven Tears is in the "Women's Section" and I am afraid most guys would miss it if they just came to glance through the Men's Section. If they did a search they would see that the first two reviews are actually done by guys. So to be fair, you do not have to "count" these two posts. I just thought a very visible review here in the Men's Section could help get this great scent the attention from guys it deserves. So here it goes ... Ingredients: THYME ~ Protection from negativity, rejuvenating. Health, healing, sleep, psychic power enhancement, love, purification, courage. HEATHER ~ Admiration and beauty; protection, especially over women and virtue. Peace, beginnings, elemental magic, wishes granted. DAFFODIL ~ Regard, sympathy and affection returned, true eternal love, fertility, luck. PEPPERMINT ~ Stimulates, restores and uplifts. Cleansing, purification, relaxation, sleep, healing, psychic amplifier. TEA ~ Invigorating, refreshing, mentally and physically uplifting, lust. Riches, courage, strength. WATER (aquatic notes really) ~ Cleansing, purifying. Fertility, Goddess energy, fluid of life. Renewal. SALT ~ protection, purification, grounding, feminine energy. Resurrection, baptism. PINE (Nuts, Cones, Needles) ~ Fertility, purification, strength, rejuvenation, calming and soothing, healing, protection, money, long life. SPRUCE ~ Protection against enemies. CUCUMBER ~ Healing, fertility, invigorating. AMYRIS ~ Love, exotic, sensual atmospheric; aphrodisiac. Healing, spirituality, exorcism. Like both Le Wiz and Snoopy said below, I put this on the other day and realized I had forgotten how much I like this one. I am partial to aquatic scents and in particular salt water aquatics so this scent is very close to my perfect ideal cologne scent. The water, salt, pine and hint of tea really make this scent for me. It honestly does convey the feeling of a cold coastline somewhere. The heather, daffodil and cucumber soften the hard edges of the water and salt notes though so they do not come across as metallic or biting. If the heather and daffodil were just a little less prevalent, Seven Tears would be absolutely perfect in my book and I would probably buy the entire stock instead of just one bottle. But do not take that last line wrong - this is a great scent and is well worth a full bottle if you like aquatic notes. I am pasting a couple other comments from the original thread in the Women's Review section. You can read all the comments there if you want but I want any guys reading this to know that this scent is very male appropriate. Edited May 7, 2013 by quietguy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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