Brand Tom Ford
Don’t let the “blush” in Tom Ford’s Santal Blush perfume fool you into thinking this is a shy or retreating scent. It’s more of an exploration of the multi-dimensionality of the buttery-beautiful sandalwood note.
Like looking at a cross-section of cut wood with its repeating but differentiated rings, sniffing Tom Ford’s Santal Blush provides an olfactory version of similar-but-different reverberating facets of sandalwood. It opens with a creamy, almost coconut-y and even fig-fruit richness. Bold Indian spices of cumin and cinnamon give Santal Blush a temporary hot-and-heavy feral energy. As carrot seeds and fenugreek add a vegetal, waxy depth, chic, sandalwood calls in its reinforcements: cedar and oud, softened by musk. Soft, spicy, creamy, and sexy, Santal Blush is more forward than its name.
Indian spices, cumin, cinnamon, carrot seeds, fenugreek, jasmine, ylang-ylang, rose, Australian sandalwood, cedar, benzoin, muskLicense Info: This item is a hand decanted sample from the original licensed design house fragrance. This item is not a licensed design house product. The customer will receive the original fragrance hand poured into a sterile vial. Scentsplit is not affiliated with design house in any manner.
I know the bottles are super small, but for most of them being $6.99, you really can’t complain and they last for a hot minute. The Oud Wood from Tom Ford is . I’ll definitely be using this service again! Really great way to try new colognes without just sampling at the store.
Love this fragrance éven for a man smell like you travel in india
It remind me when i was there, bying some santal gods in a souvenir Shop
I tried TF Santal Blush. I'm glad ScentSplit could afford me to try it out. For the money- it is a great smell, but it goes thru top note, mid note, & fade out in only 2-3 hours!!! Not at all worth the money if TF can't last - tried it on skin, clothes, hair. Thanks ScentSplit. Beautiful EDP, wish it DID last.
I’ve read other reviews stating the similarities between Santal Blush and Tam Dao, and I agree they both begin with this wonderful scent of sandalwood. Tam Dao smells powdery, or maybe it’s creamy initially to me, but Santal Blush is more woody and ends on a spicier note that lingers longer than Tam Dao. I like both fragrances though.
A little bit too feminine for a male fragrance, but would make a beautiful female scent