#6 (Their best one) is probably their least common one, so it balances itself out.
Eh I don't know about that, Boss Bottled is their best seller of all-time. It depends where you live I suppose, I could see it not being popular out west, but I've definitely smelled it on others before. It is a pretty damn good fragrance.
Originally Posted by Slim Charles
He called it "Curves". No idea if that was the brand name or what he was calling it.
Lol! Curve by Liz Claiborne is one of the most popular fragrances ever. It smells good, is pretty cheap and an overall crowd pleaser. Unfortunately it's too common. How much did you pay for it?
Twenty American. Was pretty confident it fell off the back of a truck.
That sounds about right for Curve, though it depends what size it is. If it's 50 mL then you slightly overpaid, if it's 100 mL that's just about right. Lol why do you say the truck comment?
Originally Posted by Dusk Soldier
I did a tour at a perfume factory 2 summers ago, and this is not true.
Perfume is the scent at its strongest concentration, and it lasts around 24 hours.
Cologne is perfume diluted by water, usually about %5 perfume, and it lasts a few hours.
He meant figuratively. In North America, guys perfume is simply called cologne (probably because all the popular old school scents were Cologne splashes), while women's perfume is just perfume. Perfume can just be a broad term though referring to bottled fragrances in general.
What you're referring to is concentrations. From strongest to weakest, there's Eau de Parfum, Eau de Toilette, and Eau de Cologne (or Cologne Splash).
As for the longevity, it varies highly by brand and specific perfume. Very rarely do perfumes last 24 hrs though, almost never actually. Even the strongest and most powerful ones will last for maybe up to 14 hrs, and that's being generous. Though perfume in it's finest form made with 100% pure ingredients will last you a very long time.