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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Chris Evans: The Actor who Loves Fragrance

"It's not too classy what I was dousing myself with, but I always made sure I used something," the Captain America actor and currently, alongside actress Evan Rachel-Wood, face of Gucci Guilty reveals to People magazine. Though Chris Evans would of course endorse his current advertising stint for Gucci, it's cute to hear him say: "I like it. Thank god - wouldn't that be horrible if it smelled terrible?"

The actor is sincere on actually liking fragrance in general: He initially sported his father's colognes when he was a teenager and then began to use Polo Sport and various Abercrombie scents in his twenties.
 He even seems to be knowledgable regarding discreet fragrance application: "I give the little mist, then do the walk-through." [source]
Way to go, Chris!


Dear readers, if you don't fancy Captain America, do yourself a favour and catch Puncture with Chris Evans; that's a great movie and he was pretty great in it too.

11 comments:

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  2. Well, I did fancy Captain America and I'm looking forward to Puncture as well; I think it's wonderful he can go from playing such a sweet and good-natured character to playing a darker, contradictory one. Also, his candour is such a rare thing in this age of PR...

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  3. Thank you for the movie recommendation. :)
    And I really enjoy lookig at him as Captain America - it's just funny and cute. :)

    I still need to watch the movie though...

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  4. He was really good in Push, with Dakota Fanning. I love that movie.

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  5. Little Red06:33

    That's really cute.

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  6. Salon,

    if you want to openly advertise, please contact us for rates. Otherwise the comments are going to be deleted as spam.

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  7. P,

    yeah, gotta love an actor who is nuanced and can play different things.
    I found the way this was presented cute and playful; if it were presented all serious it wouldn't make it to these pages, I guess.

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  8. Ines,

    hi darling! How are things?

    Yeah, do try to catch up Puncture; it's a really interesting movie focusing on a really important issue and the character he played is a bunch of antitheses and inner doubts.

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  9. Susan,

    now I got a movie recommendation as well. Thank you dear lady :-)

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  10. LR,

    thought so as well. I detest all the "seriousness" that surrounds some perfume ads and the PR around them.

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  11. Dear Helg,
    thank you for asking, I'm a bit exhausted to tell the truth but I believe it will all get better soon (starting after Christmas).
    But one thing certainly helps a lot (Shalimar each evening). :)

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