Dangerous Complicity (2012)

Dangerous Complicity by Etat Libre d'Orange
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Dangerous Complicity is a perfume by Etat Libre d'Orange for women and men and was released in 2012. The scent is sweet-floral. It is still in production.

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Perfumer

Violaine Collas

Fragrance Notes

Ginger, Jasmine, Calamus, Cashmere wood, Coconut, Leather, Laurel, Lorenox™, Osmanthus, Patchouli, Rum, Sandalwood, Ylang-ylang

Ratings

Scent

6.8 (61 Ratings)

Longevity

6.3 (49 Ratings)

Sillage

5.4 (49 Ratings)

Bottle

6.5 (50 Ratings)
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Killian1994

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Killian1994
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Smells like my sweetheart when she's got makeup on
A beautiful women's scent. The delight with the fine flower notes of jasmine, osmanthus and ylang-ylang and the powdery mix of pachouli, cashmere wood and sandalwood. What I can still take is a fine rum note. I can't smell any leather. This make up and lipstick I smell on a woman very much. It's just something feminine, seductive. What I unfortunately don't like so much is the mediocre durability and sillage. Well, maybe it's meant to be a light fragrance for spring. The fragrance is beautiful but not unique, it is very familiar.
I can't put that scent on a man at all
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WRoth

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WRoth
WRoth
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Dangerous Complicity
Opens with a weird vegetal note: watery, acidic almost poisonous. Gradually warmer and sweeter notes emerge: ylang-ylang, jasmine and osmanthus layered over a warm base of sandalwood and rum. A whiff of leather and patchouli add a smoky-earthy facet to the composition. The fragrance is only truly nice once the bitter top notes have faded, but it is quiet and rather bland.
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