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Baby Powder mixed with old lady Liz Arden Red Door Vibes
So, I Am a PURE flower person lover. So, where most people complain of a ?baby powder? scent, due to the fact that they are not into the ?flowerie? smelling perfumes I usually roll my eyes, because it?s CLEARLY in the description what each one smells like, and in this one the description CLEARLY says -
?There?s citrus (bergamot, fig), spices (tarragon, sage), resins and animalics (incense, musk), an entire Flower District of florals (cyclamen, violet leaves, orris, rose oil, peony, jasmine, iris, neroli, peach blossoms, orange flower and heliotrope), gourmand notes (vanilla), and finally woods (guaiac wood, sandalwood and cedar).?
So, I?m thinking WOW, that sounds like an AMAZING combination of flowers or flower type smells. Right? BOY, was I EVER wrong.
Thee ONLY smells I can CLEARLY smell here is Baby Powder, and when I say baby powder I mean it?s baby powder concentrated with a must of baby powder that has aged probably 30 to 40 years, and Elizabeth Arden?s- ?Red Door,? which to me red door smells like an old lady soapy smell.
You mix these two together? And you clearly have one of the most nauseating baby/old lady smells you?ve ever smelled in your life. Not only would I NOT buy a bottle of this, but I ended up giving my sample away to my grandmother which coincidentally ended up loving the smell.