Pure Poison By Dior ( For Women ) Perfume
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  • I was impressed with one of the video ads of this perfume since it was daring and very unconventional
  • Though it has amazing floral notes like jasmine and gardenia, the entire concoction was somewhat cloudy and silky


    • by ibizaspain
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      Pure Poison was another version of the classic hit “Poison” from Christian Dior. Pure Poison was released in 2004. I was impressed with one of the video ads of this perfume since it was daring and very unconventional. The particular video ad that struck me was the one which featured a beast chasing the female model and the latter reached for the perfume, the aroma wade the beast away. The idea is the scent is a poison, so strong that can really tame even the vicious monster. This is pure poison but a poison that can seduce and impress anybody. This was already the concept of the first “Poison” that was released years ago. However, this time the story of this particular variant is that it is stronger more powerful since

      it is pure. The irony is in the outer appearance of the scent. This was contained in a white flacon. The box was in dark red and black. The bottle looks clean and amiable, not really the concept of a concentrated cyanide for me.

      The top notes were sicilian mandarin, orange and bergamot. These provided a powerful citrus smell. It is common but a few seconds after the smell of jasmine starts to surface. The latter notes is still part of the top notes. Then the scent segues to orange blossoms and gardenia. The smell of the segue was more silky but it has a strong floral presence nonetheless. Then the scent dries down to the smell of amber, cedar and sandalwood. The scent is floral obviously but it differs slightly from ...


      • the original Poison.

        The opening already provided that signature floral smell from the original “Poison”. It was obvious that jasmine was responsible for that. The middle notes was no different although it was like what I said, silky in a way. There was no major difference here except from the powdery or silky smell brought by orange blossoms and slightly by gardenia. Then the dry down was a little warm but did not change the opening.

        The scent for me is not a perfect floral scent. Though it has amazing floral notes like jasmine and gardenia, the entire concoction was somewhat cloudy and silky. I would prefer a scent that showcases the pure smell of both jasmine and gardenia. If these two notes standout it would have been watery, pure and refreshing.

        The beauty of most floral scent is its well-defined floral smell and how coordinate and unison the floral notes are. There are times when a floral smell cascades with other floral notes tumultuously. This is a perfect example of it.

        Thus in relation to the concept that it is a clear poison, I was not really killed by it. The story is suppose to be to that this is a great fragrance, it seduces, changes and overpowers anybody that will smell you while wearing it. But it was not the case for me. It was just too ordinary, not something that will knock you out. If there is something that is considered literally a poison here, it is the intoxicating silky or powdery smell that comes out together with the floral nuance.




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