Liaisons Dangereuses Typical Me 2007 Perfume

Liaisons Dangereuses Typical Me (Perfume) by Kilian
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Liaisons Dangereuses Typical Me (Perfume) is a perfume by Kilian for women and men and was released in 2007. The scent is fruity-sweet. The longevity is above-average. It is being marketed by Estēe Lauder Companies. Pronunciation
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Perfumer

Calice Becker

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesPlumPlum
Heart Notes Heart NotesGeraniumGeranium CinnamonCinnamon
Base Notes Base NotesMuskMusk SandalwoodSandalwood

Ratings

Scent

6.8249 Ratings

Longevity

8.0191 Ratings

Sillage

6.6173 Ratings

Bottle

8.6163 Ratings

Value for money

5.522 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 17.07.2022.
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9.5
Scent
7
Longevity
8
Sillage
10
Bottle
6
Pricing
Ecearas
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Ecearas
Less helpful Review    2  
This Girls is so Dangerous
Ah even the title of the fragrance brings one to become directly curious and want to know what Kilian has designed for a fragrance. The fragrance is perfect for summer evenings and has as the name suggests a very own touch of danger in it. The blend of plum, cinnamon and sandalwood is not to be over smelled.
The performance could be a little better in my opinion, however, Kilian übetrifft with this fragrance again itself in its uniqueness
1 Reply
8
Scent
6
Longevity
8
Sillage
9
Bottle
6
Pricing
Ptsau

65 Reviews
Ptsau
Ptsau
   1  
Nice fruity floral scent!
I usually don’t like floral and fruity but somehow I like this one and it will softened up once it dries down. I love its combination of the floral, woody and sweetness. It’s not my number one of Kilian. It doesn’t last as long as the others like Black Phantom and Love. Only 6-7 hour longevity but projection is not bad at arm length.
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8
Scent
7.5
Longevity
7.5
Sillage
10
Bottle
Tar

261 Reviews
Tar
Tar
   1  
From the autumn
Fruits buried under the soil, bark and autumn with deep yellow sunshine.

LIAISONS DANGEREUSES grants me a creamy, intensive treat. It is not erotic, rather a contemplative scent, slow, autumnal and resinous. There is still something dangerous in it, as in a vast forest, as a hard staring beast behind the redolent bushes. The fragrance itself is also leathery and persistent as a hunter.

In view of the novel, I have to say, LIAISONS DANGEREUSES is fume of the heartless seducer, who shows smiling face to the person who will be destroyed by her cruelty, and the perfume brings you only till this gentle, smiling face, but not till the realization of awful truth.
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8
Scent
7.5
Longevity
5
Sillage
7.5
Bottle
stephaniek

44 Reviews
stephaniek
stephaniek
   2  
Peach Champagne
The beauty of LIAISONS DANGEROUS is that the dry down is still breathtakingly beautiful. It's easy for a fragrance to open on a high, but to unfold, and ultimately end where Liaisons Dangerous does is remarkable.

It's gorgeous on clothes, in your hair, kissing your skin. It's peach blossom glory. But, it's far from dangerous. It's flirty and safe--all girl, not woman.

It also has a sparkling note, as if it's part Champagne.

Far better than Jo Malone Nectarine & Honey.
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jtd

484 Reviews
jtd
jtd
   5  
rose quandry
Rose is a difficult flower in perfumery.  It is both common and beautiful, two facets that can be difficult to reconcile.  A wild rose bush is simple and pretty, yet a formal rose garden can seem conventional and staid in a way that makes rococo architecture seem light and breezy.  Consider also that the rose is the most symbolically overburdened flower in history, and you’ll realize the rose is anything but easy. And then, the inherent conundrum of the solifor: is it worthwhile to attempts to re-create the scent of the rose?  

So, what to do with the Rose?  Do you dress it to the nines, gilding the lily, so to speak?  Did you give it the sexy librarian trick, tying up it's hair, putting on clunky glasses, and just letting a little bit of slip show through on the stepstool?  Should you play it like a fresh scrubbed youth, all heart-aching freshness and promise?

In perfumery, the Rose speaks with many voices. From the screaming queen (see Guerlain Nahema) to the seductive vampire of Rossy de Palma, to the boys' choir of Noontide Petals. I love rose chypres for the combination of rose’s growl and the huskiness of the chypre base.  It’s an inherently sexy form.   Patchouli-roses combine the woody aspects of the two elements, leaving a perfect balance of crudeness and chic.  Musky, ambery  and vanillic roses demonstrate the opulence and exuberance of the floriental.

Liaisons Dangereuses is one of my favorite roses for its simplicity. It is gorgeous and direct, neither pristine nor unapproachable.  It has that simple desirability of a perfectly honed object or piece of clothing. Not easy, but perfectly simple. A well-worn saddle, a perfectly fitted shift dress, form-fitting jeans, old work gloves.   No adornment necessary. The beauty is implicit and complete.

High-priced perfume lines are generally known for their most opulent, their grandest perfumes.  Look closely, though, and you’ll fine that some of the best fragrances put out by luxe, niche, high-end, exclusive… firms are the simplest.  I could happily toss the whole Tom Ford grand-poobah line, but Azure Lime is perhaps the perfect eau de cologne if you can afford to spend so readily.  Francis Kurkdjian’s Cologne pour le Soir is the most beautiful and simple reinvention of the cologne concept.  by Kilian line has two simple, wonderful perfumes:  A Taste of Heaven’s acerbic lavender and Liaisons Dangereuses. (I'm a fan of perfumer Calice Becker's work, and her work for this line is well-edited and smart. Could we rename the line by Becker?)

In this post-bling era simple, precise luxury might be harder to come by than shallow extravagance, but Liaisons Dangereuses demonstrates that it’s worth the search.

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2
Scent
7.5
Longevity
2.5
Sillage
10
Bottle
Dolby

68 Reviews
Dolby
Dolby
   4  
Kilian is having a laugh!
How utterly boring.

There’s nothing dangerous about it, and nor do I ever intend to develop a liaison of any kind with this fume.
I can’t believe you would practically have to remortgage your home in order to acquire a bottle, when frankly it’s on par with any generic supermarket body spray scent wise.

Talk about hype!
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6
Scent
7.5
Longevity
7.5
Sillage
Sherapop

1239 Reviews
Sherapop
Sherapop
Helpful Review    6  
Pseudo-hyacinth opening; Unsweetened plum drydown
I am fascinated by the range of responses to By Killian Liaisons Dangereuses. Some people find this composition very sweet, even too sweet, while others not at all. My own idiosyncratic experience consistently involves a hyacinth-like opening, which makes it seems as though this will be a floral green perfume. But then, as the opening fades, the plum facet comes through along with a chypre-like texture, leaving a much longer-lasting impression that this really is, when all is said and sniffed, a fruity chypre perfume.

Although this is not a linear composition, it is a strictly two-stage perfume on my skin. First the pseudo-hyacinth green opening; second, the fruity chypre drydown. I have encountered a few other plum chypres of late, the most surprising of which was undoubtedly Kate Walsh Boyfriend, which I assumed was going to be a horrible dirty sweat sock facsimile. Instead, Boyfriend turned out to be an olfactory neighbor of the much-lauded niche perfume Liaisons Dangereuses!

I like Liaisons Dangereuses. It is not very sweet at all, but quite fruity, and the drydown is similar to a no-sugar-added plum compote. The composition does not strike me as very floral at all--the rose geranium, characteristically a strong note to my nose, does not manage to break through the thick layer of plummy chypre as an independently distinguishable component. I honestly have no idea why anyone would call this a rose perfume, to be perfectly frank (quoi d'autre?). But, given the wide range of responses, it is clear that the various notes are amplified on some wearers' skin, and probably also variably detectable to their noses.

In the end, I can recommend this perfume to those who appreciate fruity chypres, although I do not believe that it is as complex and well-constructed as some of the others familiar to me (Guerlain Mitsouko, Yves Saint Laurent Yvresse, Femme Rochas, Ineke Gilded Lily, et al.).

As blasphemous as this may sound, I think that Liaisons Dangereuses is closer to the quality of the mass-market launch Boyfriend. Lest I be misunderstood: I intend that as a compliment to Boyfriend, not an insult to Liaisons Dangereuses!
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Delphine67

81 Reviews
Delphine67
Delphine67
   1  
sweet plum
This is a very sweet plum scent. I find it a bit cloying. So not a perfume for me. I wanted to scrubb it of
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HermeshHermesh 7 years ago
8
Scent
7.5
Longevity
7.5
Sillage
10
Bottle
Beautiful interplay of slightly tipsy plum, fruity peach, delicate rose, gentle musk and fine sandalwood.
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