Summary: I used to buy it as a replacement for the exquisite Pure Poison Elixir and I was quite satisfied both by longevity and silage. It feels very fresh and soapy, but in a good way. I didn't get any citrus though, not on my skin at least. It's definitely on my to buy again list.
Summary: OI am not a huge fan of many of the modern fragrances. They are either too sweet, too citrusy, too little girly, too weak, too watery. I got a Sephora gift certificate that was only good in JC Penney, and what you find in JC Penney Sephoras are all of the above. It was not looking promising at all.
Summary: My favorite light floral frag !!!!!! Amazing orange blossom!!!! A great combination of freshness and depth!!!! Very long lasting and powerful sillage!!!!! A must for a spring night or a summer breezy day!!!!! But I feel you can wear it all year long!!!! It's powerful yet so sensitive!!!!
Summary: This perfume to me (sorry for those who love it) is an example of when good perfumes go bad. I had the original formulation of this perfume. If you guys are wondering what it was like. The bottle didn't have the plum shade near the neck of the bottle and the lid was pearl white.
Summary: I didn't expect to love this so much! Pure Poison is a big blast of jasmine spiced up with some citrus. It is bold and gorgeous - it's the equivalent of a rich, expensive fur coat - you could ONLY get away with wearing it in winter!
Summary: This opens with citrus and white blossom. I didn't expected pure poison to be a clean, feminine and predictable white floral. They should have named it 'pure blossom' I thought. But just wait for it.... There was a subtle animalic note coming through. This made all the difference.
Summary: Pure Poison was my first eau de parfum and my signature for 7 years. This is such a clear scent, although it is still spicy and sexy it's not too much. I feel like this is perfect for women who don't like intoxicating scents (the original poison/nr 5/J'adore and many others) but still want to be...