Summary: I like a figgy smell, so the SA, showed me this fragrance. At first spray, I liked it a lot, until it hit it's second stage, OMG...horrendous, to me. I was so disappointed, it was a different kind of scent, which I liked, BUT...it was off putting to me. I was making horrible faces, and some people walking by said, "I don't think that's for you." You said it...
Summary: I received a sample of this with a swap and was so excited to try it, as it boasted to have some of my favorite fragrance notes. The iPerfumer app has a listing containing: Top notes: grapefruit, calone, apple, blackcurrant. Middle notes: fig, nut, rose, salicylate. Dry notes: cashmeran, dry amber, vanilla, heliotrope. Sounded great on paper, but unfortunately these notes did not blend into a delicious melange I was hoping for.
Summary: This is my first foray into Theirry Mugler. I've read all sorts of exciting things about his frangrances, so how could I resist?! I'd been saving this one up for a special occasion; an occasion when I would be relaxed and receptive to all his rumoured strangeness. I am a floral lover, this is outside my particular box. So today, Christmas Day, I dove in. Lovely, weird pink bottle; art deco, strong looking.
Summary: apparently I'm not the only one who detected the "vagina" note in this "perfume". its not a stinky vaginal scent. its more like a healthy 3pm natural vagina scent, mixed with sharp fruity notes. when i wear this i get whiffs of that vag note here and there, causing me to feel somewhat dirty. which defeats the purpose of applying the perfume in the first place.
Summary: Sampled this and was sort of excited. Everyone was saying how repulsive it was, and I just KNEW that my skin was going to have something different to say about it. Especially considering that the majority of fragrances vanish on me within minutes... I was right. This is completely Un...everything. It's just dull. At first it smells like a bar of old fashioned soap. It has a certain rough, dry quality to it. There is also a definite saltiness.
Summary: First of all the reviews on this perfume made me want to smell it. Haha. I gave it 5 lippies for packaging because it is beautiful but the scent itself failed to impress me. I definitely smelled the caviar - I'm just not sure I want to smell like fish eggs all day long. Sorry, Thierry!
Summary: This may be the goofiest review I have ever written but here it goes. The first time I sniffed it, top notes gave me an instant headache and I felt dizzy and nauseaus for about half an hour. Deciding to persevere, I sampled it again a couple of days later, this time accompanied by a sales person saying caviar caviar caviar caviar on automatic gear.
Summary: I got a card with the fragrance on it in Selfridges a couple of weeks ago and thought that it smelled rather nice. So decided to try it on my skin a week ago. Mistake mistake mistake. I was going to a workshop straight after and had to apologise to my colleagues because the smell was so unpleasant. It really smelled like I sprayed cheap bathroom spray on me. Very artificial and strong. It was making me feel sick to be honest. I don't like the bottle either.
Summary: As a whole I find this perfume very interesting, but not in a good way. I actually like the fragrance of the perfume, on spray I got a mix of fig and passion fruit with a background of pleasant vanilla. It was nice. It was automatically a no buy for me though. The bottle scares me. I think a bottle that sort of looks like something from a medieval dungeon is off putting.