TokyoMilk Savage Belle

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Savage Belle is a unisex aromatic fragrance that launched in 2021 and was created by Margot Elena. It features sultry ginger enwrapping tantalizing florals in this bold, beguiling fragrance. Charmed by intoxicating wild undertones and a whisper of dark charcoal, it’s femme fatale incarnate. Savage Belle features notes of warm ginger, bergamot, charcoal accord and wisteria. It is a parfum. 


Fragrantica: The opening has a clear, transparent ginger note. Like a ginger tea. I do not really detect any bergamot but I’m sure it’s supporting the ginger. Ginger tends to disappear quickly. The wisteria is pleasant. As it developed the wisteria turned slightly soapy, yet still sexy. The soapiness falls away. The wisteria is powdery and slightly musky backed by a curious mineral note with surprising, though not unpleasant, sharpness for a base note. The image that comes to mind is sunny day, a dangerous, shining knife and a wisteria vine. It could considered unisex leaning feminine. Or maybe a feminine scent with a dangerous feel.

Fragrantica: I think this is really great! Dark, but sparkling. I love powdery scents so I'm likely biased, but the powdery, slightly smokey "mineral" charcoal note here alongside a fresh, expensive vintage cologne vibe with the genius addition of shampoo ginger, especially straight from the dabber /first spray, is a surprise and does make this colder and more unique than not, bringing to mind a Dark and Stormy drink. Perfectly unisex despite the name, but I think it can easily slide more one way or the other depending on skin chemistry. Something creamy comes out close on my skin which I find very pretty, I suppose that's the woods. I honestly don't have a good grasp on the stated notes otherwise. I agree with cpellegrino and Capablanca- it smells of something I can't quite name, and vaguely reminds me of the natural sweet scents of old fur and wool coats or sweaters: not lingering scents on them but the actual fur fiber - neither animal, mineral or exactly floral, but kind of all at once. This does not make it musky or leathery in any way, it lacks that kind of warmth or animalistic undertone, which you might expect with a name like "Savage" Belle, and may be disappointed with the lack of indolic tropical flowers or carnal musks alongside the ginger. However with its snake iconography on the box and bottle, a vision of a cold, aloof femme fatale in a fur coat, a cold ginger cocktail in a smoked glass in hand, is pretty apt. I find it really enjoyable and wearable.

Fragrantica: This is basically baby powder, mineral and woods. Imagine a creek in the woods at night. You can smell the mineral rocks, running water and the woods in the background. It's a dark, cold scent that leans more masculine. I don't think the baby powder note is helping this perfume. If it was replaced with an exotic floral or fruit, it would be a better perfume and more unisex. The powder makes this feel a bit mature. Smell: 6 out of 10 Longevity: 6 out of 10 Leans more masculine For reference, I'm female.

Fragrantica: It took some time to get used to it but I am obsessed now. What a mysterious scent!
A powdery, charcoal and a gentle flower sleeping underneath. The ginger only really lasts for about an hour, which is a shame, but either way, its such a beautiful smell! Reminds me of a gray mink coat...

Fragrantica: I oddly agree with the mink coat comment ? this is super powdery. I do get a heavy dose of wisteria, which almost smells like licorice? But within 10 minutes it turns powdery like cosmetic powder or something with the wisteria/licorice smell sitting very gently in the background. Weirdly makes me think of some of the Lolita lempicka perfumes, it's actually a little ethereal in a way? I can see why someone would like it, it's just not my personal taste in fragrance.