A Starry Thierry Mugler Perfume Collection

I am a big fan of Thierry Mugler fragrances, especially the starry oriental ones. They all have that deep musky scent with variations of sweetness thrown in that's as yummy as it is mature for a fragrance. Here's a little collection I have made over the years and I would like to share them with you.

Thierry Mugler Angel - £64 for 50ml
Main accords: sweet, patchouli, cacao, warm spicy, caramel

Starting off with one of the most iconic popular womens fragrances of all time - Thierry Mugler Angel. Check this out in store and you will remember having smelled it before, perhaps on a co-worker, a friend or on a random person you meet in the commute. It plays differently on various skintones, on me it smells of sweet vanilla with musk. I would wear this more often as I love it to bits but I am always wary about meeting other people wearing the same fragrance as it is so popular.

Thierry Mugler Angel Eau Sucree - £45 for 50ml
Main accords: sweet, fruity, vanilla, patchouli, fresh

Thierry Mugler Angel Eau Sucree is the original Angel's younger sister. It is a little more fruity, gourmand and more sugary sweet that it takes some planning before wearing. I would not wear this to work but perhaps on a dinner date with my other half or on a day out with the ladies.

Thierry Mugler A*Men Pure Havane - £48 for 100ml
Main accords: sweet, tobacco, honey, vanilla, cacao, warm spicy

I am not averse to wearing men's fragrances, I actually encourage it. There are a lot of sweeter more feminine or unisex mens fragrances out there and chances of meeting another woman wearing said fragrance is low. Thierry Mugler A*Men Pure Havane is a beautiful musky fragrance with very very subtle hints of tobacco. (To compare it to a familiar fragrance, it smells a little bit of cola!) It's a gorgeous scent on men and for women too.

Thierry Mugler A*Men Ultra Zest - £48 for 100ml
Main accords: citrus, sweet, warm spicy, fresh spicy, vanilla, aromatic

Lastly enter Thierry Mugler A*Men Ultra Zest. My summer scent for 2015. It is an addictive vanilla with orange notes thrown in. The musk keeps it from being too sickly sweet as what I find in most orange fragrances. The orange doesn't seem to last very long although the musky vanilla base lingers. I would actually bathe in this fragrance if I could, its utterly gorgeous!

So that's a quick spritz through my favourite fragrances from Thierry Mugler. Only now writing this post I realise and equally can't believe how much cheaper the mens fragrances are per ml! Have you tried any of these before? And what are your thoughts on a woman wearing fragrances for men?

Leave a comment below!


By the way, I apologise for the lack of posts and updates lately. I have been busy with a new life experience which I will share with you in the upcoming posts. Stay tuned! ;)

Livia | The Skin and Beauty Blog



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