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      • Anonymous says:

        >it’s hyped on Tiktok.
        It’s hyped everywhere. The thing about Layton is that it’s one of those fragrances that smell really good and so people like it. It is far and above the best selling fragrance from Parfums de Marly.

      • Anonymous says:

        Hang out with a lot of 10 year olds, do you? I’d ask where they’re getting the money to afford a $300 bottle of perfume, but it’s probably from generous older "friends" on discord such as yourself.

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’ve got two versions of Layton, the superior higher concentration and the reformulated one without the menthol which sucks. They both smell like a yankee candle and if I could go back I probably wouldn’t buy them again.

      • Vieo says:

        Not based when it gives you and everyone in the house a headache and your family wants you to leave the Thanksgiving gathering early.

        • Anonymous says:


          Latonya and her boyfriend don’t like it either.


          It’s not good.

          OP, why you recommend this kind of thing?

          You want us to smell like cigar?


          Jim and his wife hate it.

          Holy shit, that’s a lot of bad reviews. Everyone must hate this stu- Oh, wait, no. You’re just a huge cherry picking gay and the exact site you are pulling these from shows that it has overwhelmingly positive reviews.

          • Vieo says:

            Who in their right mind is going to spend $300+ on something that only has a 78% rating.

            If you were looking for a surgeon, you wouldn’t go with one that has a 78% rating, would you?!

          • Anonymous says:

            >Who in their right mind is going to spend $300+ on something that only has a 78% rating.
            Lots of people, apparently. It’s one of the best smelling niche fragrances and has been for almost ten years.

          • Anonymous says:

            best selling*. But also best smelling. I prefer Carlisle, but Layton is very good and generally garners positive attention when I wear it. I’ve gotten more compliments with Layton than almost any fragrance I’ve ever owned.

  2. Anonymous says:

    All b***h ass niggas stinky in this thread I naturally smell good have never needed fragrances. gay stinky brown shitters go take a shower pal

  3. Anonymous says:

    Idk bros I smelled Layton once and was incredibly underwhelmed. Smelled like Vicks vapor rub with some cinnamon. Really don’t understand the hype.

    • Anonymous says:

      Did you try it on skin? The vaporub opening should disappear pretty fast and leave apple and vanilla behind.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Smelled like Vicks vapor rub
      That’s the geranium note. It definitely has a mentholated aspect, but it’s less pronounced on skin than it is on paper. But I’ve also heard it’s toned down in recent batches, for better or worse.

      But, while I enjoy Layton, it’s more polarizing than fragcom makes it out to be. They make it sound like it’s a safe blind buy, but it’s absolutely not. Especially considering that it’s $300. It’s very strong. If you’re the kind of person who typically wears fresh designer shower gel style fragrances it’s going to be stronger than anything you’ve ever owned.

      I think part of the reason the community hypes Parfums de Marly so much is because they make fragrances that are strong enough to smell if you wear fragrances every day and are in a chronic state of mild anosmia, which 99% of fragcom is. If you are the kind of person who is obsessed with fragrances and you wear five sprays of heavy niche scents every day, there’s a nonzero chance you have no idea what your favorite fragrances actually smell like, let alone what they smell like to other people. Just go a week without wearing or smelling anything and I guarantee you will be surprised to find that many of the fragrances you wrote off as weak actually perform just fine.

      This is also the source of 99% of b***hing about reformulations. When you start to get used to a fragrance, your brain tunes it out. Even small changes in potency are going to make it seem like the fragrance is much weaker than you remember. And as you wear a fragrance and continuously introduce air into the bottle, the oxidation process will make it stronger (at least at first. Given enough time it will degrade the fragrance entirely). If you were to take two identical fragrances from the same batch and use one bottle throughout the course of a year and leave the other in the box, you are going to think the second bottle is weaker when you spray it. And it is. Just not because of reformulation.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Only Europoors can appreciate the vanilla and cardamom DNA of Layton.

    The only thing Amerimutts enjoy smelling is McDonalds goyslop.

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