Trouble in Heaven, the provocation of a perfume

Trouble in Heaven, provocation at its peak
Trouble in Heaven, provocation at its peak

While the young Christian Louboutin liked to walk in the streets of Paris, or to sneak into the Folies Bergère, he imagined shoes endlessly. In 1982, he started working for Charles Jourdan and worked for a few big brands. It was in 1992 that Christian Louboutin opened his first shoe store, rue de Grenelle… Red pumps would then be his trademark. In 2016, the Louboutin brand entered the perfume arena by offering three fragrances “  Bikini Questa Sera , Tornade Blonde” and “Trouble in Heaven”, a more than provocative fragrance.

The woman according to Louboutin, sexy and provocative

It’s no secret that Christian Louboutin loves sexy women. Here, Christian Louboutin has imagined the woman of his desires. But, more than anything, the couturier wanted to offer all women the freedom to express themselves and to show off. With “Trouble in Heaven”, which means “Trouble in Heaven”, Christian Louboutin was inspired by a divine creature, an ultra sexy creature and at the very least charismatic. This creature therefore brings trouble to paradise, and your heart rate will quickly increase, if you are not careful! Mysterious and seductive, the woman “Trouble in Heaven” will ignite you by leading you into a very very dangerous game …

The seductive notes of Trouble in Heaven

“Trouble in Heaven” is considered a “second skin sewn of iris , patchouli and tonka absolute on which resonates the warmth of oriental amber”.

“Trouble in Heaven” begins with the invigorating freshness of bergamot, which immediately combines with cascalone, an artificial synthetic molecule that offers scents both aquatic and fresh. The heart of “Trouble in Heaven” is more floral and could not be more elegant, because it combines iris, one of the noblest ingredients of perfumery, with rose. Finally, the base leaves a trail that is both disturbing, sensual and enveloping, thanks to the presence of patchouli, ambergris, labdanum and tonka bean. The bottle is just as seductive as the composition, if not more!

Both tactile and hypnotic, Christian Louboutin bottles are considered true works of art. The glass curves and arches, as if to better capture the light. The colors are thus sublimated. The design of the bottle is inspired by the initial idea of ​​the drape and twist of the glass, creating a very natural visual dynamic. Here, the bottle is adorned with a gradient of completely magnetic powder.

When Christian Louboutin launches into perfumery , it gives an ultra sexy fragrance. “Trouble in Heaven” brings trouble to Heaven, as the name suggests. Provocative, seductive and mysterious, the “Trouble in Heaven” woman will bewitch you in less time than it takes to say it …

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