Ever wander into the bathroom and try on one of his fragrances like many of us have? The inseparable on TV couple, Khloe & Lamar have debuted Unbreakable Bond for everyone to enjoy. It’s a masculine combination of scents that remind you a little of a man that’s hugged, or fucked a woman. To be honest, I don’t remember the last time I’ve smelled a man that had a feminine masculine scent, or at least I “try” not to remember–but I am guessing that those of you that have, know this fragrance well. Khloe & Lamar is a melding of two worlds, male and female that I’m not quite sure fits, and I mean that in the most metro-sexual way. Much like the show, the fragrance makes it difficult to determine where he starts and she ends, there’s a lack of continuity in the layers and it leaves the wearer/s wondering what she/he/we smell like. I hate to refer to a scent as–raunch, but it oozes sex in a weird kinda way.
I’m one to give credit where credit is due, and I am wondering if a “true” unisex fragrance is even a possibility…they tried, round of applause for that. But to be fair, does a man really want to share a fragrance with a woman? This coming from someone who’s a rose, jasmine & vanilla type of gal. I would hate to share my fragrance with a guy and would only dabble in his out of curiosity (hmmm this smells like him, wonder what it would smell like on me? ya dig.) In the past, I have been a fan of some more muted unisex fragrances for layering, but this one strikes me as a male scent with a stealthy feminine vibe…i.e. a sneaky bitch. If you want to smell like a cheat to really fuck with your partner’s head…hey this scent may be a good idea.
That said, this may be a good fragrance for some body chemistries so don’t be afraid to try (in person). I’m not one for ordering fragrances from the internet anyway unless it’s a repeat. Though I hate to disappoint you, don’t mark this one as a laudable review. The scent left a weird aftertaste in my mouth in a very “I told you so” type of way.
*The product was provided for an adequate review