Summary: This perfume is really strange in a good way! It's an aquatic fresh perfume but what makes me like it is the saltiness you get. It's savory & this savory quality tones down the aquatic bit and makes me think of sweaty, clean skin. It's like you sprayed yourself in the morning with one of those regular colognes that are touted as being an "aquatic" "clean" perfume, went for a jog around the block & your sweat has mingled with the cologne to create this salty tinge, with...
Summary: I got a great deal on this Womanity set. A small clutch purse, a spray bottle AND a refill for only $15! Awesome. I must say, though, I'm not as crazy about the Womanity scent as I am Angel and Alien, but it's still pretty good. As with all Mugler perfumes, this one is definitely unique. The fig is strong and makes it super feminine, which is why "Womanity" is a great name for this.
Summary: We all "wear" fragrances differently. What smells great on you may be awful on me. I've learned that the hard way !! As I've gotten a bit older, my favorite fragrances just don't wear the same. I'm not a big Thierry Mugler fan, but this fragrance works well for my body chemistry. I've received many a compliment. Worth a try.
Summary: I used to work at a Perfumania (last day was the other day). I can tell you a few different things about this fragrance. For starters, those of you that are complaining about the color, please take note. This fragrance from what we were told is on its way out the door aka: being discontinued. The bottles we had in stock in our particular store and other stores in our district, had to be damaged out due to the color.
Summary: I don’t do seasons and love orientals&sweet gourmands so this was the outlier in my wardrobe: a fresh scent that I never used during winter. The projection is quite strong for the first 1.5h and definitely detectible but not overpowering after that. The gorgeous freshness lasts about 8h on me. I am a bit surprised how polarizing this is but would be curious to know how many of the negative reviews are based on just quick tests or first impressions.
Summary: I don't know how to explain it. I like this, yet I don't like it... I think it's the fig scent that I really like in it, and maybe not so much the caviar.. I've sprayed it on myself countless times at Macy's. Since I'm such a fan of Angel for Women, I've tried every other Thierry Mugler fragrance that has come out but haven't been a fan of any of them. This one is so unique, though, and it grows on me after I wear it awhile.
Summary: I knew I liked this scent when I got a sample of it from the local department store. It is very different from what I usually wear. This scent smells "different" and distinctive. I'm an artist and I like distinctive. The only thing that puzzles me is that no one else has ever complimented me on it. I still like it though. It's a nice contrast for those days when I don't feel like wearing a "flowery" scent. This is much more musky smelling, but very pleasant.
Summary: I had a quite rare moment in my life: I had a whole day to do what I want to do. Free time for myself and for enjoying the life. So I spent the day in perfumeries. After wearing Womanity for years (almost since the release), I had already possibility to test Womanity Eau Pour Elles. The first sniff is so fresh and almost so attacking as Womanity's, but for my nose it felt much more fruity. I could mainly compare it to apple, not a green one, but a yellow-mellow one.
Summary: When "Womanity" was first unleashed on the perfume world, reactions were mixed, ranging from euphoric to disgusted. The controversial fragrance with incredibly polarising power is too loud and "weird" for many people and I guess that's one of the reasons Thierry Mugler came up with "Womanity Eau pour Elles" in 2012, a lighter, fresher version of the ultra-tenacious "Womanity".