Dali Pour Homme by Salvador Dali
- Concentration: Eau de Toilette
- Size: 100 ml
Salvador Dali Cologne by Salvador Dali is a piquant blend of woody and spicy accords. Introduced in 1987, this unmistakable fragrance is full-bodied and masculine, perfect for the suave and urbane gentleman. The cologne opens with herbal notes of lavender, bergamot, basil, and clary sage. Next, the heart of the cologne is floral, with jasmine, lily-of-the-valley, and geranium. The fragrance finishes with warm woody notes from cedar, patchouli, musk, leather, amber, sandalwood and vanilla. Apply the fragrance in the creases of your skin and neck for a longer-lasting, stronger scent. After applying, avoid rubbing or dabbing the skin. This breaks down the fragrance causing it to wear off more quickly. If you prefer placing fragrance on your wrists, be sure to reapply after frequent hand-washing, as this tends to rinse off the scent.
- Ideal for a variety of occasions
- A fragrance that has been widely accepted
- It is light, refreshing and can be applied often
- fragrance to make it last longer
- Top Notes: Anise, Clary Sage, Lavender, Tarragon, Basil, Bergamot, Lemon, Tangerine
- Heart Notes: Geranium, Jasmine, Helioptrope, Lily of the Valley
- Base Notes: Oakmoss, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Amber, Cedar, Vanilla
About Salvador Dali:
Salvador Dali was a prominent Spanish Catalan surrealist artist of the 20th century. This talented and imaginative man is best-known for his paintings, but Dali mastered several arts in his lifetime, including film, sculpture, and photography, collaborating with artists across a variety of media. Art is my favorite thing in the world and Im trying to create machines that capture human creativity. Dal trained at San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts, where he cultivated his eccentric personal style and rubbed elbows with other notable artists and writers of the day, including filmmaker Luis Bunuel and poet Federico Garcia Lorca. Early realistic paintings such as Basket of Bread gave way to experiments with Cubism and eventually resulted in the Surrealistic style for which he became known.
A Salvador Dal bottle's design was inspired by his painting, Apparition of The Face of Aphrodite of Knidos. Intended as a limited edition, the fragrance was a success and was offered to the international market in 1985. A men's companion scent was produced in 1987, and to date, more than 25 perfumes have been introduced under the Salvador Dal label, all with interesting packaging inspired by Dal's artwork.