Summary: Tried this from a sample card inside a magazine. "Intergalactic jasmine" borrowed from a previous review, I would agree! Strangely, I was never "drawn" to this perfume, the whole alien campaign just seemed really pretentious and "alien" to me...I used to see it a lot in the the duty free shops in airports and would always breeze past it to check out Chanel or Dior. Then of course I grew up and learned never to pre judge a scent by its bottle, image or campaign.
Summary: This was a total blind buy for myself, and boy was I glad I bought Alien. One spritz on one wrist, a dab on the other and that's all that is needed. would never have imagined how simple this fragrance was, compared to how full of different scents Angel was, Alien is a total shocker. Full bodied and delightful, my mother who is very picky when it comes to fragrances loves Alien as well, so I have to hid my little bottle out of her sight.
Summary: I tried this because a YouTuber I follow said this was her signature scent, and while scents are so personal that that should have meant literally nothing to me, her description intrigued me anyways. So, I selected this as one of my free samples on an online order, and tried it on. I really wanted to like it, but it is a little overly floral for me. All I get is jasmine at first and as it fades, it takes on a bit of a floral-soapy smell.
Summary: I was dying to smell this, and as a coincidence i smelled a fragrance on my friend that i loved, i thought that she was wearing Burberry the BEAT but she told me it was Alien! after reviewing the notes of the two perfumes here and seeing that there's no similarity in the notes, I wonder why i smelled it that way!
Summary: I'm the one who tend to judge the book by its cover, and by saying this, Alien is like the kind of book that I thought I would never bother to touch. My encounter with this perfume was like playing the game truth or dare, except for one thing, after the dare came the truth. From the bizzare design to the main note which was jasmine, I hardly found myself having any sympathy with this perfume which people described as sophisticating and intoxicating.
Summary: I sampled Alien yesterday afternoon in a department store. I had read so many mixed reviews about it that I wanted to try it on my own skin to see which way it went with me. I like all the component notes, jasmine, amber, and wood; so I had high hopes for it. And I really like it! I get the jasmine right there front and center as the top note, but something that comes across as sharp and almost peppery too, which contrasts with the floral.