Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Fragrance Collection

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Fragrance Collection

Ahh the Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Collection launched recently. Anyone sniff ‘em yet? I haven’t but I’m gagging to try ‘em out. None to impressed with the velvet-y bobble head bottles, I thought the old girls were way cuter, but regardless I find some of the scents are always keepers with each launch.

I know some of you emailed me asking when I’d review and I’m working on it soonish so no worries, give you the deets shortly.

Until that time, here’s a break down of the new girls!

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Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Baby Eau de Toilette Spray (Vanilla Floral Scent)

  • Top Notes: White peach, red delicious apple and pink freesia
  • Mid Notes: Pink plumeria, lush orchid and jasmine petals
  • Base Notes: Glowing amber, sensual musk and creamy sandalwood

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Fragrance Collection 1

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style G Eau de Toilette Spray (Fruity Floral Scent)

  • Top Notes: Granny Smith apple and peach pineapple
  • Mid Notes: Watermelon, butterfly blush and peony
  • Base Notes: Raspberry, musk and water aqueous

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Fragrance Collection 2

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Lil’ Angel Eau de Toilette Spray (Sparkling Floral Scent)

  • Top Notes: Succulent plum, champagne, bergamot and pomelo
  • Mid Notes: Blooming lotus, fresh queen rose leaf and waterlilies
  • Base Notes: Satin wood, rich amber and skin musks

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Fragrance Collection 3

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Love Eau de Toilette Spray (Fruity Floral Scent)

  • Top Notes: Nectarine, mangosteen and juicy pear
  • Mid Notes: Orange flower, lotus, violet and osmanthus
  • Base Notes: Blonde woods, musk, sandalwood, patchouli and praline

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Fragrance Collection 5

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Music Eau de Toilette Spray (Woody Floral Scent)

  • Top Notes: Juicy apple, watery fruit and bergamot
  • Mid Notes: Jasmine, gardenia, fuschia and peony
  • Base Notes: Swirling cedarwood, iridescent musks and crystallized amber

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style Fragrance Collection 4

One thing you have to give this collection credit for is the fact that the change is so dramatic. The past two collections have played it safe by revamping the girls ever so slightly however for this release they went all out change which could prove valuable in terms of marketing since collector’s and fans are more likely to purchase something that’s new rather than revamped.

I’m not sure if I like the looks of the girl’s as of yet but some of the notes appeal to my nose for sure, watermelon? Hells yes!

What do you think?

Available now at HSN Beauty, Sephora, and other fine retailers!

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  • 10/25/10 11:03 Alexandra:

    I’m not a fan of the new packaging aesthetically, they sort of lack individuality from each other compared to the original releases.

    The prior releases were more ethnically ambiguous and I felt that was a good selling point (especially when aiming for the younger market).

    These just look, I don’t know, so blah.

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  • 10/25/10 12:04 peri:

    yeah. these dolls definitely arent as cute as the older ones. i saw they had them in a set of mini rollerballs and i have a friend who’s obsessed with gwen so thats what shes getting for xmas.

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    • 10/25/10 12:32 the Muse:

      aw great gift peri and she can try out all the ladies ;-D

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  • 10/25/10 12:22 Comrade_Garlic:

    I really want either Lil’Angel or Music’s hair color. Yeah, I realize I’m too old for it. Is music supposed to be visual kei or a school girl? I can’t really tell.

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    • 10/25/10 12:34 the Muse:

      I can’t either comrade. she has a school girl vibe but the colors scream visual kei but not gothy enough. ha I love the hair colors too!

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  • 10/26/10 1:52 Cristi:

    Okay… G and Baby are friggin’ adorable. The other three…. not so much. Music looks like a dude. o_O

    And totally agreeing with Alexandra on the lacking individuality thing. For some reason they don’t feel very distinct from one another anymore. They strayed a bit too much from the original designs, but it’s kinda cool that they took a chance I guess.

    Btw, what’s up with G’s shoes? The straps look like they’re made from her flesh. And then there is the whole cloven hoof thing… @.@

    Oh, and I’m pretty sure that Music is supposed to be Visual Kei. She has the platform shoes to prove it! XD

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