ThisThatBeauty Reviews: Agent Provocateur Maitresse Eau Provocateur

Star Contributor @christenecarr gets her sexy back (as if she ever lost it). . .

When I hear Agent Provocateur, I can’t help but think sexy thoughts and with the launch of Eau Provocateur, the sexy thoughts have been kicked up a notch. Eau Provocateur is a trio of new fragrances based on Agent Provocateur’s three original perfumes;  L’Agent, Eau de Parfum and Maitresse. Eau Provocateur trio is comprised of Eau Provocateur, L’Agent Eau Provocateur and Maitresse Eau Provocateur. And each is beautifully formulated for daytime wear or for those nights when you’re feeling a bit whimsical and sexy (which should be every night.)

L’Agent  Eau Provacateur, as the name suggests, is based on the original L’Agent fragrance and has top notes of citrus, apple, melon and peach that give way to rose, jasmin tuberose, ylang, freesia and magnolia, all these wonderful elements are  anchored by musk, patchouli, sandalwood and amber crystals. The dry down is seductive and sensual, which is something I enjoy — even in my daytime fragrances. If you are an evening person and you like the smell of rain, this might be the fragrance for you.

Agent Provacateur Eau Provocateur is based on the  original Eau De Parfum and has notes of  citrus, red fruit and florals, with a base of myrrh, vanilla and tonka bean. If you like a light floral, slightly powdery dry down, this may the fragrance for you.

Agent Provocateur Maitresse Eau Provocateur is quite floral. It has notes of rose, jasmin sambac, iris, acacia, balanced with amber, sandalwood tonka, and gourmande elements (think: edible scents like vanilla). The gourmande elements help to strike a delicate balance between what could have easily been too much floral. If you like the smell of fresh cut roses with a little dew and the smell of fresh baked apple pie, this may be the fragrance for you.

Mark your calendars: Agent Provocateur Maitresse Eau Provocateur is available starting April 15th, 2012 and the 50ml will retail for $70.

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