Reviews and Problems with Agent Provocateur Eau Emotionelle
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16 July 2012
Summary: It took me a while to review this one. I was holding out hope on it but I've finally thrown in the towel. I love the original AP, but as many reviewers note, you can't wear it everywhere. I thought a lightened version might be really awesome.
Summary: Ok, hang on, am I crazy? ALL I smell are old-fashioned violet pastille-sweets, the kind I used to suck in exams at school. I take it violet is a main note? Anyway, I found this overpoweringly like powdering your body with crushed violet pastilles, and don't get why that is sexy AT ALL.
Excerpt: Agent Provocateur is a UK-based lingerie line; they released a fragrance of the same name in 2000. It was created by perfumer Christian Provenzano. The ingredients include saffron, coriander, rose, jasmine, magnolia, ylang ylang, gardenia, vetiver, amber and musk.
Pros: Unique smell, nice bottle
Cons: Expensive, doesn't last, smell changes to some different altogether