Create your own luck, play, shine, and attempt the impossible to succeed.
The motto for the female version of Wanted by Azzaro is, somewhat, determined. To a certain extent it is the embodiment of our natural ambitions not only to become popular but to be acknowledged as successful people. The wanted girl is that person everyone wants to be. But how can we “liquify” it?
Four great masters strived to synthetize the formula of the successful girl and, in a way, they achieved it by approaching this perfume to other very successful fragrances like Carolina Herrera Good Girl, Cacharel Yes I Am or YSL Black Opium. It gets some key elements from all of them.
In the past decades Floral Fruity scents were the most popular perfumes for her. Recently there was another olfactory family that gained admiration among Millenials and the Gen-Z: Oriental Floral and Oriental Vanilla fragrances.
Like Good Girl and Yes I Am, Wanted Girl is also an Oriental Floral fragrance and it is similar to Black Opium which is an Oriental Vanilla. It captures the Pink Pepper and Orange Blossom top notes from Black Opium and the Patchouli, Tonka Bean and Vanilla base notes from Yes I Am and Good Girl.
One can state the Wanted Girl lacks imagination and creativity and, to a certain extent, I can agree with that but I can also argue that the most innovative fragrances are, mostly, unsuccessful.
A final word to the bottle. I love this “pull the trigger” mechanism to spray the fragrance and, of course, the Azzaro emblem in the cap.