Although this fragrance isn’t aimed at me (and definitely isn’t my kind of perfume), if you loved Poison first time around but can’t quite go back to those very heady days, you might rather like it. The ‘unexpected’ aspect is freshness (I don’t find it fresh!) and a kick of ginger. It’s sweet, slightly powdery, spicy and orange-y in a stunning, iridescence coated, undulating bottle. I sort of wish I loved the juice because I do remember Poison first time – and found it so intoxicatingly rich and exotic (I can even remember the drawer where I kept it), and everything glamorous, that I’d love to capture that moment again. It doesn’t quite do it for me but definitely worth a spritz if you pass it on counter to see if it stirs any olfactory memories.
There’s also a roller ball version (I love this concept by the way – the small bottles are beautiful and it’s a much more practical way to carry fragrance about) which you may like at £28 HERE. Otherwise, full size is £55+ depending upon where you look.
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