I am no qualified nose but, to me, all of these fragrances smelt pleasant rather than weird, and they were somewhat similar. Dent de Lait is lateral thinking on childhood - it smells like baby powder. Concrete supposedly has metallic threads underneath the rose, but it’s buried too deep for me – it’s certainly the sweetest concrete I have ever smelt. Rubchinskiy’s fragrance will appeal to the teenagers that occupy skateparks but it’s clean and out-of-the-shower, rather than gritty - the rubber and tar seem absent.
— Lauren Cochrane of The Guardian finds niche perfumes don't always live up to their promise. Read more at Wake up and smell the concrete: the rise of alt perfumes.