Rated 5 out of 5 by Angelbabe My Signature Scent!
I first noticed the smell when my roommate wore it every day and made the entire house smelled like Angel. That was in 2003 and a year later I decided to buy my first bottle and I've been wearing it ever since. No matter where I go, I got complimented by both men and women. Once after I walked past a guy at the mall, he ran back and stopped me just to tell me that he loved the smell of my perfume. That was when I stopped by at the mall after work. I guess the scent agreed with my body chemistry that after 10 hours being on my skin it still smells great! The bad thing about it is, since everyone knows my signature scent, they know immediately when I walk in any room without even looking who just came in.. ha..ha..
October 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lynda41 Angel Eau de Parfum Shooting Star
I love the Angel Eau de Parfum Shooting Star. It is a beautiful scent and I wear it most days. I receive compliments whenever I have it on. I will never go without it and I always make sure I have a back up bottle or a refill.
I have been addicted to the Angel scent for over 20 years and have many friends addicted now too.
October 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amyxoxo Esquire - 1999 top fragrances men loved
Fell in love with this after reading about it in Esquire "top fragrances men love on women" around 1999. Boy they were right, I remember buying my first star in Chicago. Even though they are refillable, I always buy a fresh bottle. I have bought limited editions too. I am complimented, stopped, or asked about Angel everywhere I go.
No floral notes (Brilliant) as I read about the notes in esquire I understood why men liked it so much. It's cozy, comforting but sexy.....
When my own dad noticed , I knew it must be a universal fragrance. He thinks is beautiful. How sweet or gourmand is that?
September 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SoozeeSully My Shooting Star
Beautiful light fragrance that I am forever complimented on!!!
I love it and everyone else does too!
Thank you Thierry!!
August 24, 2016