Unlisted Brand • Maison Martin Margiela - Untitled EDP • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||73%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
This scent is stupid expensive, but it is nice. On me, it starts sharp and green, then the orange blossom comes in (which strongly brings to mind Lush's The Olive Garden, but it has a lot of bergamot which I think this doesn't), and finally it mutes down to a clean skin scent. Similar to Cartier's Baiser Vole, but Untitled is rounder and smokier, with a deeper sharpness (as opposed to loud) and no powder. Nice to have, okay longevity, but nothing to fret over. I think I prefer Baiser Vole as it makes more of a "I am wearing perfume" impression versus "You smell nice", but I wouldn't mind layering the two. Glad I can cross it off my lemmings list.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Last summer I became obsessed with this fragrance. I was sick and tired of all frutti-vanilla-tuberose, run of the mill, same old-same old, fumes. And finally, this was something different and refreshing..literally. First spray is bitter-green and pungent - in your face and unexpected. Then comes smoke and incense, and finally the best part: jasmine mixed with some incense and musk, which is totally addictive. I am getting smoky jasmine wafts and keep sniffing myself like crazy person...it's that good. This fragrance have cool urban vibe, and for me it's pure perfection. Thank you Daniela Andrier!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I love how this grows on my skin. Starts out smelling light, like slightly burnt grass, but developes into this ... I don't even know, deeply sexy scent. I was ready to turn around and leave when the SA suggested I try this. I thought she was nuts as I had explained I'm into Narciso for her and Stella McCartney.
A few hours later, I wondered what smelled so beautifully from my pocket - it was, of course, the stick with this stuff on it. Went back the next day and bought it. Sadly not from the same woman, I wanted to thank her.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
You know a perfume is interesting when it creates confusion and "diffusion" among people. I find that is what Untitled does. I did smell the bright, almost pungent green opening, the incense, the musk -- but what I did not expect was the smoky leathery smoke on me. It was very strange, and good. I guess the name or no name befits this offering from Maison Martin Margiela. Your body's response to it truly is hard to name. I still haven't decided whether to fully purchase but I am also equally captivated by it. Go figure!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Black
Even when I don't like something, I can see how someone might. Or I can see how it might work with another girl's chemistry. Everything is subjective.
I have an excellent nose. I can tell a stranger what notes are in her perfume, what deo she's wearing, and where she is in her cycle. I can tell SAs what's in something before they read off the card. It's creepy good...
This smelled like wet mop and bong water. To me. On me. To my boyfriend. On my boyfriend. On the paper. On the SA. I want to smell this on someone who can wear it, more out of curiosity than anything else. I'm never this harsh, but I honestly felt like I was on a reality show or something. I'd read the reviews here and was so excited to try it...
I do get the slight bit of incense and wanted more; it's one of my favorite notes. But the bong water was just so intense. Money saved.
Beautiful bottle, though. Absolutely love it. Gave it 5 lippies.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
Notes: Galbanum, box green, bigaradier, jasmine, incense, cedar, musk
Untitled by Martin Margiela is an inventive, original modern take on the green chypre. Yes she does open with a bitter blast of green but in short order she departs from the expected trajectory, with the addition of some warm musky incense, orange, jasmine and amber, which lend Untitled much of the allure of a warm cuddly oriental. This is a fragrance that might get your attention, making you think, "who smells so good?", only for you to realize, it's you!
Anyone who likes Chanel No.19, Vent Vert, or Miss Dior might find a new love in Untitled. But also, more interestingly, incense fragrance fans might find an expected match here as well. Give it a proper full wearing before you make up your mind.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Smells very much like Hermèssence Paprika Brasil (2006). :::scratches head::: Good choice if you are trying to save a few bobs.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Notes: boxwood, galbanum, bitter orange, incense, jasmine, cedar and musk.
This fragrance starts with a bitter green note surrounded by a sweet woodsy note similar to liquorice. The result is like thick herbal liquor – unfortunately I do not like what I see. The green accord is on one hand too cloying and on the other hand to bitter. The whole composition seems unbalanced – the galbanum note at the heart of all is utterly unlikeable. I scrubbed this scent so I cannot say how long it lasts.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I had just walked from the Chanel counter, where I'd tested Coco EDT on my right arm. I saw Untitled on a display in Sak's and tried to spray a card with the scent. I missed the card completely, and sprayed the fingers of my left hand.
I sniffed the perfume from my fingers, and immediately looked around to see if anyone was watching. You see, the scent, at least on me, starts out as a the scent of a citrus/iris infused vagina. Seriously. Not unpleasant, but I felt that it was too intimate a scent to be sniffing in the middle of Sak's. I was also kind of hesitant to go back to work, not sure if anyone else would recognize the smell. Anyway, on my way back to the car, I smelled it again, and AGAIN did a double take - now, my right hand (untitled) smelled identical to my left arm (Coco). Pure incense and smoke.
Very unusual, my body chemistry is (admittedly) very weird, so maybe it does not work this way on anyone else. But I am going to spray this before bed, and see if my husband likes the effect......
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I liked this somewhat but my husband did not. I loved the green beginning but the middle note of incense was very strong and lasted a long time. Then it reverted back to a soft green scent which I loved again. He didn't like the green beginning, thought it was too sharp and hated the middle--said I smelled like bad church incense. I have a mind of my own but prefer to not offend people with my choice of scent; I know how a scent can give me a migraine and there are people everywhere affected that way or worse so I returned this. I guess my body chemistry was just not great with this scent but I would love to smell this on others whose chemistry works with this scent.