Elizabeth Taylor Passion EDT Spray 74 ml
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I can't explain the strange attraction I have to this scent because all I really get is sweet, (and did I mention SWEET?) jasmine incense. That's it, but apparently that is enough to trigger the pleasure center in my brain. Like Poison but not the price tag, or want a Poison that's less femme? Try Poison Noir ... I mean, Passion. If I apply a dab or two to wrists it envelops with a complicated, rather sweet mix of floral with spice as well as musky undertones....a teeny bit like an explosion in a perfume factory, mayhaps.
Elizabeth Taylor Passion Eau de Toilette Spray 74ml - allbeauty Elizabeth Taylor Passion Eau de Toilette Spray 74ml - allbeauty
Please note that not all products available online are available in the stores. The RRP against which any savings comparisons we make to the listed sale honey, tuberose, sandalwood, patchouli, orris root, jasmine, heliotrope, cedar, rose and spicy notes On my skin the perfume feels more like a floral chypre rather than oriental. The flowers are blended so that not one stands out, apart from maybe the creamy tuberose but mostly gardenia. The incense comes and goes, making the florals smoky and with the honey it gives of a beeswax sweetness. The heliotrope with its powdery beauty is highly present on my skin, making the whole feel decadent, narcotic. The drydown is predominantly strong oakmoss with a hint of vetiver and patchouli, and the sandalwood feels very creamy and buttery. Mysore? Why not?ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE. WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, HATS AND EYEWEAR WHEN EXPOSED TO THE SUN. PROLONGED SUN EXPOSURE SHOULD BE AVOIDED. FREQUENT USE AND RE-APPLICATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIRECTIONS IS REQUIRED FOR EFFECTIVE SUN PROTECTION. Ed. note: Elvis Presley released Teddy Bear perfume in 1957, and Sophia Loren did have a fragrance called Sophia that launched under Coty in 1980 or 1981. Elizabeth Taylor Passion, however, is widely considered to be the first fragrance from a "big" celebrity, and the scent that started the trend of celebrity fragrances. Keep collections to yourself or inspire other shoppers! Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections - they may also appear in recommendations and other places.
Elizabeth Taylor Passion Eau de Toilette 74ml Spray
I'm surprised it's not considered to be unisex, surprised it's not in the animalic, leather group before anything. Love this potent, animal sex musk, this leathery, raunchy,sex- musk. It's no wonder its called ''Passion''. Authority to prescribe an Authority medicine is granted for specific indications and/or for certain patient circumstances. Authority may be obtained by telephone to Medicare Australia (known as "phone approval") or in writing from an authorised delegate of the Minister for Health.
Its disgusting and I think I like it....its sexy, dirty, animal musk. Perfect for sexual fantasies, animal desires, men, leather, sex. It's absolutely perfect for layering with flower notes. I don't sense more than the incense, the sandalwood, the musk, the leather. This could very well be a male fragrance, for certain. Don't overspray, be careful, I can still smell it after a cold bath, it's strong stuff. BTW: I am speaking of the reformulated version. I also wore and loved the much richer vintage. To this day, this is the only ET perfume I cared about. The men's version, while equally wonderful in a completely different way, is also a love, but, alas, only on a man. My skin does it no justice whatsoever. Passion’s notes include gardenia, jasmine, rose, ylang ylang, lily of the valley, amber musk, patchouli, sandalwood, cedarwood, incense, and moss. In 1988, the fragrance won a FiFi as the Women’s Fragrance of the Year, Nouveau Niche ( Fendi won Fragrance of the Year, Luxe).
Passion Elizabeth Taylor perfume - a fragrance for women 1988
Although today’s Passion is probably only a weak reflection of the perfume it used to be, it does intrigue me, and I’ll be on the watch for an old bottle to see if I can hear more of its orchestra (to mix in another metaphor). Passion must have been complex and grand at one time, like Elizabeth Taylor herself, and I want to experience it. One thing is sure: I won’t find it at the drugstore any time soon. Think Avon or the drugstore Coty scents - hundreds of them, cheaply and mass produced, all nice, for the most part, but none of them outstanding. Ct Diamond Tennis Bracelet, 14K Gold Diamond Bracelet, 14Kt Gold Genuine Natural Diamond Bracelet, Beautiful White Diamond BraceletOther than being 1980s fragrances in purple bottles with purple juice, why are Passion & Poison so similar to me? One reason is the shared white florals. Although Passion doesn't have as much tuberose, my skin amplifies the shared white floral notes. The other reason is the shared honey & incense notes, which wear similar on me. The top is different because Poison has the plumy-grape thing going on. Plus, Poison is light & brighter and holds the tuberose longer. And, Passion is incredibly unisex by today's standard's while Poison remains a femme. However, I just can't shake the association: Passion wears like a deeper, darker Poison, which was once my signature scent and still one of my favorites.