Alien by Mugler Review
Alien was released more than a decade after Mugler’s Angel, and while it fails to match the legacy of the earlier release, it still manages to capture our attention. Alien is strong, with a sillage enough to fill a room. The scent is dry and warm, but then also becomes sweet, boozy and synthetic. Staying power is excellent, but mind you, this is not a people pleaser. Nor is it a scent that can be worn easily during any occasion.
Dry and warm
Bold, creamy and liquor-like florals
We find that the scent makes its presence known, can fill a room
Excellent staying power
The sweet woods can be off-putting at times
Takes on a synthetic smell akin to certain household products for us
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Mugler released Alien in 2005. It was created by both Laurent Bruyere and Dominique Ropion, who composed the fragrance around sambac jasmine, cashmere wood and white amber. The bottle where the juice is contained is meant to resemble a talisman.