Scent Name: Alien
Manufacturer: Thierry Mugler
Scent Description and Notes: “Discover Alien, radiant and mysterious, the elixir of absolute femininity. Be seduced by the soothing solar energy of this extraordinary fragrance from elsewhere. Luminous like a brilliant solar flower, the fragrance exudes a positive energy, charged with mystery. Evoking the scent of wood warmed by intense sunlight, Alien is sensual and intriguing, yet as soft and rich as the caress of cashmere.
Solar Accord, Jasmine Sambac, Green Notes, Cashmeran, Vanilla, Transparent Amber.
Mysterious. Soothing. Magnetic.”
Perfume Oil Color: Clear.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard 1.5ml sample vial. The vial is a white plastic with purple writing featuring the name of the scent, brand, amount, and the distribution information. The brand name is in an extended cursive and the name of the scent is in a tall, pointy font that does look very alien.
- In the Vial (ITV): It’s green and a bit powdery, although the jasmine sambac isn’t as masculine as other sambacs I’ve smelled so far.
- Wet: Jasmine sambac is the top note once sprayed on my skin, followed by sweet vanilla, amber, a hint of green, and a touch of cashmeran. IT’s exotic and pretty, but a bit overbearing if sprayed anymore than the smallest quantities.
- Dry: The jasmine sambac, vanilla, and chameran are still evident. It strikes me as a scent more someone in her late 20s or 30s on up. It’s not as vibrant as Coach Poppy, but it is more mysterious.