Summary: blind bought poison.. i know, i'm nuts. after smelling hypnotic poison, poison isn't so bad. it does smell like grapey musk but i'll give it a chance. these poison are VERY unique so buyer beware. i blind bought hypnotic poison too and it's AWFUL.. smells like root beer!
Summary: Get up right now. Go to your kitchen pantry. Take out coriander and grape cough syrup. Now mix the two. Stick your nose in it. Do you like that?? If so, purchase a bottle of Poison. No one gave me those instructions before I blindly purchased a small bottle of Poison from Sephora’s website. After reading the reviews of either extreme disgust or affectionate nostalgia, I knew the $59 was worth the gamble. A scent so polarizing MUST be in my possession.
Summary: Confident, undeniable, dangerous. The white flower accord at Poison’s heart is maniacally seductive and venomous. The sultry tuberose, the indolic jasmine, and the heady ylang-ylang all beckon with a siren’s song in scent. Yet lurking below the surface lies an inky, bitter, portentous woody accord. Has there ever been a fragrance so perfectly named?
Summary: There is something really strange, creepy, and timeless about this perfume. I don't like it, personally. It smells like something Maleficent (the witch, not the fairy) would wear. Very dark. "Poison" is the correct name for this fragrance.
Summary: Love or hate Poison , I think most of us have or will try Poison sooner or later. Strong and magnificent, I love the amazing dark tuberose, incense and plum that is present all the way through. I also smell honey. Poison requires confidence to wear.
Summary: Poison is a beautiful fragrance for those with a good phemone match. I have loved it for more than 30 years and am familiar with its scent. These two bottles were a steal in the larger bottle amount. They were testers but had more than a sufficient amount remaining.