Agent Provocateur • Agent Provocateur EDP • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||54%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
This is a beautiful perfume that smells fantastic on some women (certainly not dated) but just didn't work for me. On me it is medicinal and pungent. Such a shame too. It's very long lasting, a plus for anyone. And the bottle is gorgeous. Sigh.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Unless your main goal in life has always been to smell like an old lady then this would be the fragrance of choice. Wow, this smells of rotting flowers, mold and hmmm... an old ladies home with old dusty carpets and some weird herbal thing going on. I know my review sounds ridiculous, but this is exactly how this stuff smells. It may be my body chemistry doesn't exactly mesh well with this fragrance, but everywhere I read this is supposed to be a sexy scent and I think the only thing this scent would do is repel whoever it is you're trying to attract. Sorry, I can't stand this perfume.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I think it does smell sexy. The musty aromas, and sweet rose scents are deep. However if you're not a fan of deep, sensual and aromatic i would not recommend. A scent not for the light-hearted or ocean breezy girls.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I received a sample of this as a GWP, so I tried it without knowing anything about it. When I first sprayed it on, it smelled like a complex floral blend, and I liked it immediately. About an hour later, I sniffed my wrist and was very surprised to smell only rose and musk. I have never really cared for a straight rose scent, and if I had known that this was based on roses, I probably would not have tried it. I'm not sure, I think it might be the muskiness, but I really like this scent. I wish it were not so expensive, but I would probably buy this again anyways.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I absoultely adore this scent. The drydown is beautiful and the lasting power is great. My SO bought this for me in Las Vegas and he loves the way it smells. And, the bottle and packaging are so cute.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Smells like a new Barbie doll amixed with an avalanche of dried roses. Sharp, annoying, oldlady, truly dreadful. Cute bottle, though. Oh, well.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
In 2005, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the UK based lingerie company, Agent Provocateur launched a 1,000ml version of this fragrance, limited to 300 bottles at $775 each.
For those who find 1000ml a little too much, you'll be pleased to know it is available in 100ml and 200ml.
Agent Provocateur Fragrance Notes
Moroccan Rose, Jasmin, Magnolia, Ylang Ylang, White Gardenia,
Vetiver, Amber, Musk,
Saw an ad and this was written up in several magazine. Love it, first I got the one ounce from Sephora than the big one from Beauty.com Also love so much the new one Agent Provocateur Maitresse, amazing and different fragrances that linger and your clothes, you and your hair smell amazing, This seems quite popular on board,Good job ♥♥
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Love this scent. I have it in the EDP, and it is long-lasting and very distinctive. It would be a bit much for the office, I think, but perfect for a night out, or a long walk on a brisk day.
It's not cheap, but I got a good deal on an auction site so I was happy. Not sure I'd pay full price but I'd certainly buy it again at a discount.
The bottle is very pretty and I'm happy to have it out on display in my bathroom.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I had a weird experience with AP. Every time I tried it in a store I thought that a tester has turned...it was always so bitter, harsh, sour, very sharp and repulsive on my skin. I thought "no way, this tester is old, the fragrance has turned, that can't be the fragrance"... Then I asked my husband to try it for me when he was alone shopping. He has a 'good nose' and he always describes me perfumes in his own funny way. I didn't tell him what was my experience with this fragrance. Well, he tried it and told me: "Absolutely a big NO, darling... It is a weird combination of mint and bitter herbs, loaded with aldehydes, it is dark, sharp, musty and dirty...it is not sensual and not sexy at all...repulsive, not alluring"... Oh, well, I know there is not mint or bitter herbs in it but this were only my husband's associations. OK, then I put the fullstop here. No more AP trying for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
horrible horrible horrible perfume. i don't understand why its described as sexy. it smells like something a musty old lady would wear. its absolutely nauseating. i sprayed the perfume when i first got it on myself and my sister got mad at me because it smells so bad!! this is something you'd buy your grandmother. and i really don't think it has to do with body chemistry-you smell a sample on a paper, you smell it straight out of the bottle, you smell it srayed in the air-no matter where, it always has that same powdery old person smell. gross.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I found out about this fragrance from a Magazine and saw Kylie's naughty lingerie ads online for AP. WOW. I had read over and over how sexy this fragrance was and how the stars wore it. I ordered a bottle from the UK and once it got here, wished I could send it right back! It is very, very old smelling! I know that fragrance works with your body chemistry but this one was 'dare I say' STINKY from the bottle. It reminds me of the old frangrance bottles my great great auntie had sitting in her perfume bottle collection... all the ones from yesteryear. I learned my lesson about buying fragrance without trying. I'm so glad for Sephora stores to keep me from making costly mistakes!
Side note: I do love the bottle. Adorable and very girlie.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
ugh...smells like my grandma. so not sexy
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Initially, I was mesmirised by the beautiful bottle (a pink glazed ceramic oval). The fragrance is rose, coriander and musk based which has a rich powdery note which clings close to the body. I do not get the overtly sexy impression that many of the other reviewers have said but more of a rich velvety enveloping embrace. As this fragrance has such mixed reviews, I think that it either works with your chemistry or it doesn't. Full respect should be paid to its unbelievable strength (I truly believe that this is essential) as I find that ONE spritz into the air and walk through the mist is more than adequate (a direct spray on me would be too much and result in a cloud of scent!) I think the secret with this scent is less is more.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous fragrance!!! Agent Provocateur EDP is a softly powdered, soapy, tea rose scent. The first blast of scent when sprayed is a sharp, strong rose scent that I am not fond of. But within 2 minutes it dries down to a soft springtime floral bouquet of flowers - soft and sweet jasmine, tiny pink and white flowers, maybe a touch of magnolia (I think I smell magnolia) .... and of course, soft pink tea roses. Then after about an hour the bottom notes settle into a gentle soapy rose scent. The scent is really and truly reminiscent of fancy french rose soaps that you would find in luxury hotels or your grandma's dresser drawer. Oh, so very lovely. Such a beautiful scent. I am convinced though, that Agent Provocateur EDP is a fragrance that relies on your own personal body chemistry to make or break it for you. If your body chemistry works with it, it smells absolutely divine! If your body chemistry doesn't work with it, well, I guess it stinks to be you because this scent is amazing for those of us who can wear it! LOL! 5 lippies!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Paid $55 at Sephora store for 1oz bottle. Packaging is really sexy - I think this perfume would make a good gift if you know the recipient likes the smell. The bottle itself is darling and has a little pin with a pink fabric tie on it. You pull it off like how you pull the pin on a hand grenade. Very clever! I took one lippy off because I think the little pin will eventually break because it doesn't seem very sturdy.
I don't care for the fragrance itself. I got a sample and thought I liked it but really I am always too quick to dive into a perfume without testing it for as long as I should.
It is a very long lasting formula, a small amount will last a good long time. When I used it I sprayed it onto a cotton ball and then applied to pulse points - this was maybe an hour after dinner. I went to bed woke up the next day and still could smell the perfume a bit.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
The scent of a really good, dry, English rose soap. To begin with very strong and potent but drying down to something clean, dry, somewhat powdery, a little bitter and very rose. An unusual fragrance for me but itís somehow very compelling. I donít think of Agent Provocateur as a sexy fragrance exactly, but it is very much in control and certainly not a wallflower. If youíre tired of sugary-pretty-bland perfumes AP is a real eye opener! Interestingly this is similar to Etroís New Tradition but a lot more powerful.
Update: 11-1-11 I feel I'm really growing into this perfume. It's still one of the more interesting perfumes in my collection. Every time I wear it, my husband comments favorably on it. Today he mentioned how it smelled fresh and clean, like a very classy, expensive soap. I certainly don't mind smelling that way at all! Agent Provocateur, along with Shalimar, is really becoming one of my "go to" fragrances. At this point I'll definitely repurchase when I run out.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This is the Old World meets the New World. There is something very exotic about AP. She is a spoiled Princess, a sexy delly-dancer, she is a stern Queen with a passtionate heart. AP is terribly and painfully pretending to be older then she is, but that youthful glow and her innocent charms are clearly there. She is Agent Provocateur after all!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
While i find the scent overpowering (it is sexy but in a very complex way) I think the packaging is SO cute....I'd buy just to keep it on my dresser...the scent is clean and sharp but a little too complex for everyday wear...I like to spray it in my underwear drawer!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Foul stuff. This is the only fragrance I have ever worn where my husband commented on the "stink" which I totally agreed with him. Headache inducing, strong, and very overrated. Don't get this at all.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Luckily I bought a teeny amount online for like 6 bucks on eBay. STINKS! P.U. My husband said that I smelled like: a dead person, a funeral home, a grandmother, dusty... So, not sexy. And, I second his opinion. You'd think a brand like this would try to make that sexy classic glam-queen scent, but instead they really did copy that old-bag-French-whore-dead-grandma scent all in one. I'm sorry to say, with Agent Provocateur EDP, you will ever have sex if you're wearing this perfume, unless they are over the age of 100.