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    Default do you use a cover sent with soe?

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    just got my npa and soe in to day should i cover with cologne or just use soe with a little npa... i really like

    the musk smell of the soe so i will probably cover with a little musk after shave.... what does everyone else do

    with soe ????

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    NPA is a concentrate meant to be

    added to perfumes but many just dab it on and cover with cologne. As for SOE if it's scented standalone does

    well!

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    I've never really ever covered

    scented SOE. It's great by itself.

    Androstenone products however often really need covers (depends on the

    person wearing it, and the people smelling it). And if you use a -none product like NPA with anything else, even if

    that other "anything" is itself scented, you may find the need to add an extra bit of cover scent. NPA is as pointed

    out meant to be added to an existing cologne, but few users do so as then you lose control of dosages.

    If I use

    unscented SOE it's usually always because I'm using my own cover, or an already scented -none product. Not sure if

    I really *need* a cover with a -nol/-rone product however. May have to give that some testing just for the heck of

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    I'm in the habit of covering

    everything with a cologne or natural fragrance. To my nose, the -Mone smell far outlasts any built-in fragrance,

    even with something as mild as SoE. Beside that, I prefer smelling like my favorite scents anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by idesign View Post
    I'm in the

    habit of covering everything with a cologne or natural fragrance. To my nose, the -Mone smell far outlasts any

    built-in fragrance, even with something as mild as SoE. Beside that, I prefer smelling like my favorite scents

    anyway.


    Greg, what are you using to cover scented SOE?

    The closest fragrance I have found was

    Terre d' Hermes and A&F Fierce and Hollister So Cal.

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    Since SoE uses such a generic

    fougere type scent I've covered it with lots things pretty well.

    Hermes Concentree d'Orange Verte (edt) is

    nice for daytime, as is Acqua di Parma. Your Terre d'Hermes is great, I like its dryness.

    For night I like

    Chanel Anteus or Rabanne La Nuit among others. DST's Pheros is very good over SoE.

    I'll have to look into

    the others you mentioned, either one of them particularly good?


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    Quote Originally Posted by idesign View Post

    I'll

    have to look into the others you mentioned, either one of them particularly good?

    They are

    teeny-bopper scents that many girls love. I mentioned them because whem I first smelled them, they reminded me alot

    of scented Chikara and SOE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tounge View Post
    They are

    teeny-bopper scents that many girls love. I mentioned them because whem I first smelled them, they reminded me alot

    of scented Chikara and SOE.



    Too funny, and exactly why I try to steer them with a good scent

    rather than match them.


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