Thursday, June 24, 2010

Paris Hilton Perfume

Another product named after a celebrity, Paris Hilton perfume hopes to capitalize off of the fame and notoriety of this socialite. In this case, however, the name may actually harm sales. I mean, I wouldn't have bought this product due to the name alone. But, you should give it a chance. Believe it or not, Paris Hilton perfume gets a lot more good reviews than bad ones. If you like smelling sweet and very girly than this perfume is for you. It's described by one website as having almost cotton candy like tones.

Introduced to the world by Parlux Fragrances in 2005, this ultra-feminine perfume comes in a bottle that resembles a mix of the Eiffel Tower and a lamppost thrown into a glass window. Needless to say, it's quite an interesting design that doesn't need to be hidden away in a medicine cabinet.

So, what exactly does Paris smell like? Apparently, she smells like a blend of, oak moss, mimosa, peach nectar and jasmine. It also includes the generally accepted aphrodisiacs frozen apple, fressia, sandalwood, ylang ylang. For added head turning power, it also comes with a healthy dose of human sex pheromones.

As always, when shopping for a perfume and unless you're a collector, you need to make sure that it goes well with your body chemistry before you buy it. If you're buying it as a gift, make sure it goes well with you're friends body chemistry. All good department stores will have tester bottles available for you. Simply spray some of the perfume on your one of your wrists pulse points. Smell it immediately to see what it smells like initially. Then wait a few minutes and smell again. The chances are the smell will be different once it has settled into your skin. You need to make sure this smells good.

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