D&G Light Blue Bottle
D&G Light Blue bottle is very similar to that of D&G Pour Homme but with frosted glass. The other difference is of course a light blue cap versus a deep blue found in Pour Homme. There are several bottle sizes as with many D&G men’s colognes and range in price from $40-$80. This is a best seller for D&G and goes up against Bvlgari Aqva and Acqua Di Gio.
D&G Light Blue Cologne Smell
This opens with a very fresh and light top with a hint of lemon. It has a nice fresh crisp top that is very clean. This is almost a lighter version of Polo Blue with a slightly sweeter hint to it. During the drydown there is a slight pepper note, but it is hard to notice. The base of this has some woody notes but again hard to notice due to projection issues. Light Blue is very generic and there isn’t much to set this one apart from others.
D&G Light Blue Cologne Usage
This is a very safe scent that lacks in the projection department. If you’re looking for something soft and subtle then D&G Light Blue is something to consider. The sweeter note makes this better for the younger crowd compared to the middle age. Because Light Blue sticks mostly to the skin you can wear this to any occasion at any time during the summer season.
I think there are a lot better light aquatic type fragrances out there then Light Blue. Projection and longevity issues are going to be found throughout the category but were especially bad with Light Blue. If you’d like something with a slight salt note consider Bvlgari Aqua. Or if you want a fresh fragrance with better longevity and projection check out Acqua Di Gio.