Pick Your Poison: Introducing Dior Poison Girl
Dior Poison was created in 1985 in the hands of Edward Fléchier. This enchanting fragrance was synonymous with addiction and seduction and was the result of three years of research and over 800 trials. Its success was immediate and without precedent.
To spice things up Dior created variations of Poison over time (and I feel like I’ve been a part of the journey the entire way – they’ve yet to disappoint). The most notable include Tendre Poison in 1994 (fresh and lively scent, and one of my absolute faves), Hypnotic Poison in 1998 (based on vanilla), Pure Poison in 2004 (based on jasmine), and Midnight Poison in 2007 (based on patchouli). With Poison Girl, the House of Dior takes yet another magical direction.
Poison Girl is a rich, powerful and alluring scent. It has sweet and warm notes of vanilla, mixed with sweet rose and tonka bean, for feminine yet sensuous notes. Whilst the name suggests a younger audience for the fragrance, I truly believe this will be popular with all ages.
It’s fun, flirty and sexy, with just the right amount of sweetness, and has quickly taken pride of place amongst some of my favourite perfumes.
Would I recommend taking a bite out of this forbidden fruit. Absolutely!
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