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Womanity // Thierry Mugler

Last July I became the owner and addict of this scent I'd lusted over for the past 6 months, I purchased the 50ml bottle of Womanity - Thierry Mugler. Womanity has always been quiet on the blogs, Angel is always raved about, a small Womanity blog craze began&ended, at the end of last year, when Lady Gaga revealed she wore it. While away in Gran Canaria last July I picked this up in a set, including 50ml, 100ml body lotion/cream and a clutch, it was so much cheaper than back at home, with 30% sales and some cheeky bargaining. It was time I gave the sweet, fruity, girly scents that I still love...a small break and wear a scent suited for a 'Woman'.
I wanted this perfume before I had even smelt it and used up my tester. The bottle is beautiful and certainly the most unique perfume bottle I have ever seen. The design really does show how strong us females are and makes all my Vera Wang perfumes look wimpy. Womanity is a refillable perfume, regardless of the size you have. So whenever I need to fill up, I save about £12. The bottle is one of the heaviest in my collection, the glass is strong and the metal doesn't scratch. I love how the 'lid' is attached, I always lose them. 
Womanity's scent lives up to expectation, with the scent of figs and caviar it may sound odd, it does however contain top notes of citrus, while the caviar and sea water scents remain the heart of the fragrance and cedar as the base note. The description of the scent sounds off putting, it's just a grown up version of a citrus based perfume and I love it.
The lasting power of this perfume is ridiculous. It will last till the next morning when your showering, especially if I use the lotion and the perfume together. Since it's a little pricey for the perfume back at home, I don't use it every single day, I have many other perfumes to pick from, but even just wearing the lotion alone, the scent will last all day. One or two sprays of this perfume and you're good to go. I really do love this perfume. 
Have you smelt this perfume?
Disclaimer: I purchased this myself & all prices are taken from The Perfume Shop, I am not affiliated with them, this is for your own reference.

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  1. never heard of this before but it sounds really nice.x

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    1. Go smell it, always love Theirry's designs x

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  2. A friend got me this last year but unfortunately it gives me a headache :(

    Zara
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    1. It is pretty strong, one spray does me :P
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  3. I've never been a huge admirer of perfumes, mostly because so many of them are too floral or sweet...but this sounds right up my alley. A perfume for women, with notes of fig and cedar? So we get spicy and woodsy, with citrus? IT'S ABOUT DANG TIME!!!

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  4. I had a bath after I said to you on twitter about it, and I found my sample box to try a showergel sample, and my little cardboard squirty sample was in there! It's empty but it still smells so nice so I haven't thrown it. Too steep for me unfortunately and I have plenty of perfumes as it is. Haha. The only perfume I've ever re-purchased is Versace Red Jeans though I want another bottle of Lacoste - Touch of Pink which I got in Ibiza for a bargain... Whenever theres an ace deal on it, I'm too skint! >.<

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    1. I lost my cardboard thingy, it was so nice! So glad I have it D:
      I haven't smelt that one before x

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  5. I love the design of the bottle xx

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  6. Hmm, it does sound quite unusual from the description, but then again, it is rare to find a perfume that smells the way I expect it to from the description. I am intrigued!
    That Yankee Candle in the background sounds good enough to eat!
    Mel x
    http://melswallofmirrors.blogspot.com

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    1. It really does doesn't it, but it's so gorgeous! :D
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