Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Thierry Mugler Angel: fragrance review of a modern classic & the most polarising scent

The French have an adorable phrase for girls who are a little naughty and like to pose like grown-ups: elle fait la coquine! Angel by Thierry Mugler is the olfactory equivalent of the most gorgeous “coquine”, weaving a web of the most appetising scent of them all: Chocolate, vanilla and caramel ~the three prime components of Mugler’s mischievous fragrance~ have been scientifically proven to treat depression and inject a sense of euphoric uplift.

Patchouli at the base extends the notes with its natural cocoa undertones. The complimentary notes of dewberry, plum and honey, juxtaposed to the intensity of cool air that helional and hedione (sophisticated synthetic aroma ingredients that smell respectively of silvery-spun cold air and greenish fresh jasmine on the vine) bring on top, account for the perennial success of this modern classic from 1992. “ ‘Twill make old women young and fresh, create new motions of the flesh” as poetess Jane Withering would say...

Notes for Thierry Mugler Angel

Top Note: Bergamot, Mandarin
Middle Note: Passion Fruit, Peach, Apricot
Base Note: Patchouli, Vanilla, Chocolate, Caramel


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