I remember when my mother would drag me to her favorite department store as a child (yeah, that was back when she used to actually have to convince me to go shopping—now she wonders what kind of credit card monster she created!). My mom always took me through the perfume section to sort of ‘sweeten’ the shopping deal. We would smell every bottle that came across our senses. From the all-too-potent sprays that made me cough and grimace, to the most beautiful scent expressions that made my mouth water with its essence.
Christian Dior was the aroma counter of choice from my younger days, as Dior’s “Poison” was my absolute favorite—and my bias still holds. The 2004 faction of this engaging line is cunningly called “Pure Poison.” The scent is subtle with an alluring presence that lingers on the senses. The undertones of sandalwood and jasmine create a perfect mix of romance and mischief, culminating in an aroma of sensual expression.
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