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Juliette Has a Gun Review



Whether your perfume MO consists of buying fragrances from your favorite retailers like Zara or opting for something a little more niche, I can guarantee you'll love at least one thing from this unique French perfume brand I'm about to share. You may already be familiar with Juliette Has a Gun—the brand's most popular creation, Not a Perfume, is what initially drew me (and thousands of other perfume enthusiasts) to the brand. It's simple yet totally intoxicating, which is exactly what I look for in an everyday fragrance. Before I go off on a tangent about this singular perfume from the brand, I also have to note that it has an array of other gorgeous creations fit for any and every perfume wearer's style. Don't believe me? Keep scrolling! You won't be disappointed. We've rounded up the best Juliette Has a Gun perfumes to add to your collection.

1. Lady Vengeance Eau de Parfum

Key notes: Bulgarian rose, patchouli, lavender, vanilla

This bold scent was made as a collaboration with Francis Kurkdjian of legendary perfume house Maison Francis Kurkdjian. Although it's far removed from MFK's Baccarat Rouge, it still captures that same bold, edgy spirit with notes of Bulgarian rose, patchouli, and lavender.

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Key notes: bitter orange, lavender, cedarwood, neroli, sandalwood, palo santo, vetiver, amyris

2. Pear Inc. Eau de Parfum

Key notes: Green pear accord, ambroxan, musks

This clean and musky fragrance is unique and perfect for everyday wear. Crisp notes of green pear accord are perfectly paired with the warm, ambery scent of ambroxan to create the perfect balance between fruity and sultry.

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Key notes: King William Pear, freesia, patchouli

3. Magnolia Bliss Eau de Parfum

Key notes: Bergamot essence, magnolia essence, ambroxan

Fresh and floral, this perfume contains hints of juicy plum, fresh bergamot, and magnolia flower that envelope the wearer in a cloud of deliciousness. It's one of my favorite offerings from Juliette Has a Gun because it smells like summer in a bottle.

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Key notes: Magnolia petals, maté, water lotus, solar gardenia, Turkish rose, cedarwood, sandalwood

4. Musc Invisible Eau de Parfum

Key notes: Jasmine absolute, cotton flower, white musk

The key notes in this perfume are simple, but don't let that fool you—it still leaves a lasting impression. It has a slight spice to it that adds something unexpected to a creamy white musk base.

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Key notes: Jasmine, ylang-ylang, orange blossom, jasmine

5. Not a Perfume Eau de Parfum

Key notes: Cetalox (synthetic ambergris)

Arguably Juliette Has a Gun's most popular offering, this tongue-in-cheek fragrance has one simple note: cetalox. For those who aren't familiar with this note, it's basically a synthetic form of ambergris that smells soft, musky, and ambery. It's quite a popular note, but the brand has amped things up here by bottling it into a highly concentrated form and really letting the single note shine.

Key notes: Cetalox, iso E super, Habanolide, musks

6. Lipstick Fever Eau de Parfum

Key notes: Raspberry, violet, iris

This fragrance is such a date-night scent to me. I'm a sucker for a rich trio like raspberry, violet, and iris. The notes of violet and iris smell a bit headier, but raspberry gives it that perfect light and fruity touch. It smells so elegant and downright mysterious.

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Key notes: Raspberry, black currant bud absolute, rose absolute, jasmine, vanilla, musk

Juliette Has a Gun Review



7. Mad Madame Eau de Parfum

Key notes: Blackcurrant bud, rose oxide, patchouli, tuberose, vanilla absolute, white musk

Explosive, woody, and metallic are the only words I can use to describe this perfume. The star notes in this inviting scent include blackcurrant bud and metallic rose oxide. Normally, I wouldn't love a scent that smells "metallic," but trust me on this one—you won't be disappointed. For a hint of sweetness, vanilla, white musk, and tuberose round out the formula.