Fat Electrician is as provocative as its name. At first, there is a plasticky new car or perhaps burnt rubber scent that is rather humorous and even a bit off-putting, but that quickly fades to a very charismatic vetiver-based scent that stays with one for several hours. This second wave of scent is delicious, and very seductive. The perfume does not last all day, and the last wave is an unremarkable vanilla. But the second wave, which lasts for at least several hours, will have me coming back for more. If I smelled it on someone else, I would definitely ask them what scent they were wearing. I am very drawn to vetiver-based scents, and this is to my nose the best of the vetiver offerings from this brand. My only concern is that all of the Etat Libre perfumes give me a bit of a headache.
A lovely gourmand scent that is sweet, warm and lasting. The last and smell on the skin is top-notch. Enjoyable fragrance I definitely would buy a full size of. Perfect for a casual day to day wear that captivates, even under a mask.
I love vetiver and have been looking for something on the masculine side. Particularly something that doesn't smell like an old lady's purse, which is where most vetivers seem to go for me. This is it. It's dark and smoky, round and deep and seductive - not powdery or soapy or dead flowers at all. It alternately smells overly rich and cheap, and slightly retro, like a deviant 1970s salesman offering you a line in the bathroom. There's no reason it couldn't be unisex but it's 100% boy on me, just the way I like it. My new daily wear.
I think I like this scent. It's pleasant, but in the way that grape Dimetapp smells good.