Reviews and Problems with Thierry Mugler A*Men Pure Shot
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Kelvin Chow, amazon.com
20 February 2014
Summary: Bought this on impulse and am loving it! the scent is wonderful and to make things even better, this is a limited edition which I cannot get anymore in Singapore. Thanks Amazon! And cheaper than buying it at ANY retail shop in Singapore! How amazing is that!
Summary: I'm disappointed since I love Thierry Mugler stuff. The Juniper is too strong but it is a decent summer sport scent. I prefer Sunessence over this so if you can get that I would skip this one.
Summary: The mint-freshness of the opening with its juniper vibe is nice, as is the light white pepper note. Later a wood impression with a patchouli that is very restrained on my skin. Whilst the summery top notes are convincing, the rest is quite mediocre.
Summary: In the top the Freezing mint and Juniper berry give off a very cool and fresh sensation. The mint is not a natural mint like in Live Jazz but even though synthetic it is rather good. The Juniper berry gives a piney sweetness to the fragrance but not in a cloying way.
Summary: I just purchased this. From the outset, this does not resemble any of its A*Men brethren. I was pleasantly surprised by the distinct character of this offering: it is a blast of freshness, but not green. Rather, it is a blast of white summer light.
Summary: I've completely changed my mind about Pure Shot after wearing it for almost a full year now. When I first reviewed it I didn't give it enough wearings and wrote it off as a weak fresh scent that Mugler screwed up.
Summary: What a terrible fragrance; I never cared for A*Men, or all the ridiculous flankers that sell for 6 months and get pulled, and then go for $300 on ebay; but I don't think any of them are actually bad scents. Pure Shot really is a *bad* scent....it's just terrible all around.
Summary: Pure Shot tried to ruin my life! I tried this about 2 hours ago at the Nordstrom @ Fashion Place Mall. It came screaming out of the bottle, with very medicinal and strong top notes. And then, just when I thought it was over, the dry down reminds me of Brill hair gel or something of that nature.
Summary: Love this! I originally thought this would be the classic A-Men flanker, but was more than pleasantly surprised! No hint of the original in this. I'm not sure of what's grabbing my attention in this, but I think it's something reminiscent of B-Men (sequoia I think) that's mixed in here with mint and...
Summary: I am really surprised to see how many people dislike this! I love it! It's A*Men stripped right back then filled up with tingling fresh woods and a touch of mint. Classic A*Men lovers may not like this as it doesn't have anywhere near the weight.