Review: Harajuku Lovers’ “Wicked Style” Fragrances

Do you have Wicked Style? Maybe you’re floral or a woodsy gal or a perhaps a peach. Whatever your wicked inclinations, the new Wicked Style line from Harajuku Lovers has you covered. The ladies have the same names but sport new flocked hairstyles and outfits as well as new scents. Each represents a “style” and mood and each girl has also been given a little extra description besides her original name.

Harajuku Lovers Wicked Style
Love: Sweet Lolita

A fruity pink floral with notes of nectarine, pear and orange flower make this sweet, soft and feminine. The lotus note gives it a dewy touch and very light blonde woods round things out.
Lil’ Angel: Gothic Lolita

A floral with a nice plum note as well as champagne, lotus, rose leaf, and musks. The plum note sets Angel apart from the others and gives a more unique edge.
Music: Visual Kei

Musky and ambery, this is the woodsy scent of the collection. Music’s wood notes of cedar, musks and crystallized amber are balanced by sweet but light florals of jasmine and peony with the juice of an apple note.
Baby: Kawaii/Decora

A vanilla burst at first spritz followed by fruity notes of apple and peach. As it dries down musk, sandalwood and amber come along to make a pretty gourmand floral.
G: Omotesando Girl

Citrus with a nice hit of watermelon and pineapple make for a sunny, tropical blend that’s sure to put a smile on your face and a scent that matches G’s yellow hair.

What makes these new girls fun is their collectibility. They are limited edition and will fit right in next to your original Harajuku bottles. They are more than simply fragrance but decoration as well. You can express your style and add a little flair to the vanity or desk while you’re at it. Rub a flocked head for a laugh. Something to bring a smile to your face and make you smell fun and ”wicked.”

Tell us, are you a Harajuku Girl? Would you (or have you) indulged in a little “Wicked” style?

Diane Artzberger, The Beauty Alchemist

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