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Hello from Deco Dawn this is my review of Elizabeth Taylor "Passion" brand new in Sealed Box from June 2017.Not all of us have Liz's personality so it's a polarizing perfume. Fast forward to 2017 when I bought a cheap EDT of whatever recent formulation. I can't imagine how I would survive if it had been a spray. However, I actually don't have "summer perfumes" and Passion seems ok for summer nights (okay, once I also wore it to the beach lol). Ingredients wise, they are of good quality, perfectly blended to compliment a fur coat, a diamond necklace, a beautiful dress. The drydown is Opium style: strong but pleasant powder. I can't believe I wore this in the early 90s, when I was about 13-14 years old. But being from a small town, I didn't have a lot of perfume, so when I got a mini of this (parfum if memory serves) it was my only perfume and I loved it- regardless of what it smelled like... but I did buy more of it after the first mini, so I must have liked it. It starts out very high pitched aldehydes on a smoky background. Relying on reviews, I was expecting something old-fashioned, tacky and maybe even hideous. I find it simmilar to vintage Poison but lighter and less boozy, more elegant and less provocative. Now it is summer in my country, so I will explore it more when autumn starts. Having no idea how the current formula fares, Passion smells expensive, glamorous.
I carefully placed a tiny drop on my wrist and another on my neck. I have the original formula (edt, yellow diamond on the bottle and the cap with purple "stone"). It's scent of a woman who had a lot of lovers maybe she is after couple divorces.. This ain't a cheapo, though it's price might make you think so.
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It's one that suits a more sophisticated and elegant but assertive dominant lady with a will of her own, a mind of her own and class.
She is a formal but nocturnal lady, with dark hair piled high in a bouffant or ratted hairstyle in the early 1960's style which even Liz Taylor sported in the Nile Barge party/orgy scene in Cleopatra - a high hairdo with gold coin necklace.
A purplish grape-like cassis wine scent emerges from the fragrance's opening notes.