Dare For Men, the new fragrance from the house of Guess

Dare For Men, the new fragrance from the house of Guess
Dare For Men, the new fragrance from the house of Guess
Dare For Men, the new fragrance from the house of Guess

The quintessence of a young, sexy and adventurous lifestyle, the Guess brand never ceases to strike people with its advertising campaigns embellished with sublime models. Likewise, the brand’s creations are not left out in terms of avant-garde. Also, this time in the perfume department that this impetus of modernity is declined. Indeed, Guess has just announced the imminent arrival of a brand new fragrance for men. Dare For Men should thus make its appearance on your shelves by the middle of the year 2016. It is then a juice described as being sexy, woody and spicy.

The characteristics of Dare For Men

It is therefore to perfumer Jacques Huclier that we owe this new olfactory development. Also, he chose to start Dare For Men with a particularly aerial and invigorating flight. In addition, this fragrance begins with an explosive association of bergamot and white pepper. This spice comes then to blow up a flight of citrus fruits with a sparkling and zesty scent. What’s more, juniper berries further enrich these top notes with their woody, sweet and balsamic scent. Then, Dare For Men evolves towards a more floral but equally sassy heart. If it contains the opulent richness of jasmine, it also reveals a more spicy facet emanating from geranium. This one is worked in a very lemony way but is nevertheless seen softened by the woody and warm smoothness of cashmere wood. Finally, Dare For Men ends with a deeper and more intense trail. Musk delivers its sensuality. Patchouli releases its earthy, camphoric scent. The cedar then comes to decorate all of its dry and woody scent. This surge of masculinity is thus contained in a bottle with a very contemporary look. It is completely tinted in gray and is embellished with particularly modern steel elements. In addition, Dare For Men has a cabochon in the shape of a signet ring and an industrial design plaque. This surge of masculinity is thus contained in a bottle with a very contemporary look. It is completely tinted in gray and is embellished with particularly modern steel elements. In addition, Dare For Men has a cabochon in the shape of a signet ring and an industrial design plaque. This surge of masculinity is thus contained in a bottle with a very contemporary look. It is completely tinted in gray and is embellished with particularly modern steel elements. In addition, Dare For Men has a cabochon in the shape of a signet ring and an industrial design plaque.

A fragrance very inspired by previous Guess fragrances

However, if this perfume is really a new one within the Guess house, let us note that it is part of the total continuity of its elders. Indeed, Dare For Men follows the Dare perfume of 2014and Double Dare from 2015. Both were, however, intended for women. They were then considered to be daring and provocative juices. They offered us the vision of a young and carefree woman but no less daring, lively and sensual. Also, Dare For Men appears to be a masculine version of its olfactory counterparts. This time it is about an adventurous man, free and sexy. All that remains is to hope that this new juice will seduce just as much as its elders. Nevertheless, it already seems to have many assets to achieve a success at the height of that of its predecessors.

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  1. checking your credit for phones and houses makes you look like a spender. Dont check your credit in things like that unless you are a serious byer

  2. How much you earn, how much you borrow, and how consistent you are in paying it off on time.

  3. Put it like this, no credit is worse than bad credit, coz they do not you and are new in the system!
    Big problems getting credit, my hubby worked abroad and had great difficulty getting credit coz he never had it in this country!

  4. But first, just what is a credit score? To calculate a score, Fair Isaac uses 22 pieces of data collected from the three major credit bureaus, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion). The lowest possible score is 300, while the highest is 850.

    The final number is a composite of individual ratings in five categories:

    Payment history (35% of the rating)

    Length of credit history (15%)

    New credit (10%)

    Types of credit used (10%)

    Debt (30%)

    So how long on your job, number of bank accounts, and good rental history have no effect on your credit score.

    For more information get your credit reports or free from http://www.annualcreditreport.com & do get reports from all three major credit reporting agencies.

  5. There are a number of things that create/affect your credit score.

    Debt-to-income ratio– how much you owe compared to what your anual income is….

    Account (loans, bills, etc) status– How are you doing on your bills- are you current? have you been staying current? Are you 30+ days behind on anything?

    Have you taken out any loans that have a judgement on them or that have been foreclosed? A car loan that has gone into default and the car has been reposessed?…..

    A low debt-to-income ratio is good, keeping current on your bills is good, judgememts, default and repo’s are bad….

    Best of luck, and be VERY VERY careful about how and when you use your new credit card. Don’t borrow any more than you can pay off right away… Remember- debt is a four-letter word for a reason and should be avoided whenever possible. Interest can be a pretty mean taskmaster!!

  6. $ $ Cypher had good answers. Beyond that I would say that unfortunately what you’ve been doing now likely has no effect on your credit score. You need to have accounts that report to credit agencies, and typically these are accounts that extend credit. (Sometimes utilities report to credit agencies, such as Verizon in my area.) Unless you’ve opened a line of credit of some sort, therefore, you will likely have zero credit history.

    When you get your credit card, use it conservatively. Use it to buy only those things you would have bought otherwise, then pay it off each month. Use it as a method of payment, not as a source of money. If you borrow (carry a balance), only do so after you’ve gained at least several months’ experience with the credit card, and then only if you are in a bind. At some point you will need to actually borrow and repay funds over time to establish good credit with a higher credit score.

  7. Credit scores only reflect your ability to get into and maintain debt. You could have $ 1 million and a zero fico score. Don’t fall for the common misconception that says you HAVE to have a credit card. You can still get a job, insurance and a mortgage without a score. You’ve been smart up to this point, just continue on same path and you’ll be fine.

    debtfighters.blogspot.com

  8. This excellent article will tell you everything you need to know :

    http://financialbasics.blogspot.com/2006/11/credit-reports-and-credit-reporting.html

    Have a good one

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