Summary: The opening of Pure Poison is pure bitter orange blossom light, airy, with a little white musk. Then I get tuberose, quite strongly for a while, then jasmine appears...and then they combine into a really lovely gardenia note!
Summary: I will always love this perfume: one of the best female scents. I still have my 100 ml bottle, bought in 2007, it's the old version, white cap. It's stunning, a beautiful white floral scent, fresh, powerful, sophisticated and feminine.
Summary: I have a bottle that was manufactured in 2011, so at the time of this review, it's about 4 years old. The formulation must be nothing like the vintage bottles of yore, because it's what I'd classify a light scent.
Summary: I absolutely LOVE this fragrance. It is beautiful and enchanting in every possible way and is perfect for night time wear. I avoid wearing it during the day because it is rather heavy and overpowering, but during the night it's simply divine. I think it screams sex!
Summary: A glamourous and sophisticated white floral perfume that's the best Poison on my skin so far. Very smooth, feminine and well-blended; I think this would be ideal as an autumn or spring perfume.
Summary: This is a masterful interpretation of an otherwise cliche composition. It is perfectly balanced and the thought put into blending it is obvious. It's another example of why simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication.
Summary: yes it is lovely. floral. i enjoy the citrus opening. white flowers in a perfume that is beautifully balanced and crafted. it is quite sharp and dry on me...and yes soapy. i quite like soapy sometimes. some of you guys say "clean"...but i think this has a lot more depth than that word.
Summary: A magical elixir, mysterious as its name, exotic as a poison and unforgettable as a unique Dior gem. It develop during the night giving to you an intoxicating and luxury bouquet that makes you feel special and unique. Love it forever.