The name alone is enough to transform my attitude — Agent Provocateur Fatale, but one spray of this fragrance on pulse points creates a femme fatale in me. I mean, even my walk changed wearing this fragrance. And it if I could have pulled it off, I would have adopted a foreign accent. But, so much for my alter ego, here are the deets on Agent Provocateur Fatale:
Here are the details about Agent Provocateur Fatale Eau De Parfum:
EXCLUSIVELY AT SAKS. An enticing, seductive and enigmatic scent with an irresistible signature personality, this fragrance exemplifies the dichotomy of the Femme Fatale. She is a beautiful, enticing seductress but with cleverly disguised evil intentions and an ultimately fatal allure. The outrageously bold and enticing top note is a striking blend of spicy pink pepper, juxtaposed with succulent mango and exotic black currant for an indescribably mysterious opening sensation that scintillates the senses.
Gardenia, Smoky Patchouli
Why it’s such a find:
The Goldilocks effect is full-on with Agent Provocateur Fatale — it’s not too sweet, not to warm — it’s just right. The top floral note of gardenia is well-balanced with black currant and mango, so it’s not cloyingly sweet. Just sweet enough.
I was a child of the 60s, so the scent of Patchouli is indelibly ingrained in my nostrils and brain. When I get a whiff of someone in my immediate range with the faintest hint of Patchouli, I can senses it. So, with Agent Provocateur Fatale, the dry-down to a Smoky Patchouli makes me feel at home. And sexy.
The packaging is pretty — the box is embossed so you have that extra sensory experience in your hand and the bottle is faceted, making it an elegant addition to any vanity.
Pro: Sexy scent, not to sweet, not to warm
Price: $72.00 – $95.00
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredient: Smoky Patchouli
Cruelty Free: N/A
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