Agent Provocateur Perfume Review
Agent Provocateur is a fragrant delight for rose lovers who also enjoy a retro scent. It is not the most seductive of scents, but is perfect for bedtime and cozy evenings. Its subtle, yet feminine aroma is sure to please the most discerning of noses. A great addition to any perfume collection, Agent Provocateur is the perfect choice for any special occasion.
- Perfumer: Christian Provenzano
- Year launched: 2000
- Scent Accord: Floral Woody Musk
- Perfume Gender: Feminine
- Top notes: Opens with Magnolia and Indian Saffron
- Middle notes: At the heart of the fragrance lies Egyptian Jasmine, Gardenia, Vetiver, and Moroccan Rose
- Base notes: At the base, Amber, Cedar, and Musk
- Longevity: All Day
- Sillage: Moderate
- Projection: Moderate
Agent Provocateur comes in a soft pink bottle that follows the original design of Agent Provocateur perfumes. The fragrance is known for its seductive and provocative scent, which is designed to evoke pleasure and sensuality and the packaging conveys exactly that.
Agent Provocateur is a fragrance that takes a more traditional approach to rose. It is a deep, peppery, green rose chypre with patchouli and oakmoss. The patchouli gives it a bit of a medicinal direction, while the base contains warm musks, woods, and amber. The perfume starts out with a cold and sharp scent, but as time passes, it gradually warms up. It is never dull or uninteresting, offering a unique progression that is sure to keep the wearer engaged.
Despite being a traditional take on rose, Agent Provocateur is far from a typical or boring fragrance. The scent has a sour crispiness that resembles the scent of a juicy, crispy sour green apple, making it truly delicious. It is the perfect perfume for an 80s pastel sweater or any other chunky knit.
While the fragrance may not be everyone's cup of tea, it can be likened to heavily perfumed letters written on creamy, ribbon-pink paper. It is also reminiscent of the smell of roses at dusk in the summer. Although it starts out intense and sharp, with time, the woody, saffron smell becomes dominant, giving the fragrance a unisex quality.
As the fragrance develops, the fresh, slightly tart rose comes through, along with an earthy scent. At this point, the fragrance leans more feminine, making it an excellent choice for those who want a solid feminine fragrance that is deep, sexy, and mysterious. The combination of notes is perfect, creating a beautiful, elegant, and classy scent with perfect longevity and silage. The musk is strong, making the fragrance animalic, and the wild roses are the type that can turn your guy on.
Agent Provocateur is not a light or delicate rose fragrance. The rose note takes center stage in the fragrance, but the vetiver, musk, cedar, and amber make it smell a lot like leather. It is not a contemporary rose fragrance nor a grandma rose scent. Rather, it is a racy rose perfume that could have been released in the 1980s.
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