Reviews and Problems with Elizabeth Arden Red Door
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5 days ago
Summary: I love the concept of this. I'm all for big, voluptuous vintage frags that take no prisoners and offer no apologies for being distinctive. The new bottle is really adorable, too, a ruby-red translucent "door." It's an improvement on the old one, with its ultra-cheapo plastic cap and sprayer. But. After years of hoarding small bottles of parfum and EDT and trying, on brave days, to wear this... I just can't. It makes me sick in any concentration and any amount.
Summary: I've been wearing this fragrance for many years. It seems not to be as strong in scent as it once was but the scent is still the same as far as the smell. I used to get many compliments but no one seems to notice any more.
Excerpt: This is really a difficult opinion to type. While I can really see that it would be considered a fragrance of luxury, sort of a classic and timeless (to be very fair), it seems just not quite my type of fragrance. It goes on a little to strong for my liking, and it seems heavy. But waiting it out, it does dry down a little better. I do have a cold and maybe that is not helping. I am on the middle of the fence with this fragrance.
Excerpt: With its romantic scent, Red Door Perfume by Elizabeth Arden could be a superior perfume any woman should have. I personally prefer Red Door Perfume by Elizabeth Arden for every ladies who desires for romantic-flowery-scent perfume which can eventually draws for fabulously great compliments.
Excerpt: Elizabeth Arden Red Door is an amazing unique fragrance that I like to wear especially around the holidays. A few years back I visited the Elizabeth Arden cosmetics counter at a department store, and I received a free sample of the perfume.