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OH sweet poison
What a beautiful day! The apple attack on my annoying stepdaughter has succeeded, and now the brat is finally out of action...now she is lying in a glass box, surrounded by 7 little grinning men, who don't know what to do without a cleaning lady. And such a young, crunchy... but I beg you, seven men and a young thing? That wouldn't have worked out anyway.
Please don't believe what you think you know about me. That I stare into a mirror every day, and ask it if I am the most beautiful, that is complete nonsense. I KNOW that I'm beautiful, not to say gorgeous, I don't have to question a weak-aged and blind mirror. This nonsense was invented by some grim brothers who had a big problem with self-confident women.
*hach* the day was so successful that I indulged in a new fragrance: "DATURA NOIR - Black jimson apple" *kicher* as fitting.
Immediately after the first spray, the fragrance starts stunning, slightly sweet, these stunning, deep notes must be of heliotrope and tuberose, there is something narcotic about it. But quickly it becomes brighter with me, easily stinging. And exactly this component runs like a red thread through the whole fragrance. In the course of time the fragrance becomes softer, more powdery, it seems to become softer, but this is deceptive, because this stabbing end comes out again and again. This is what makes the whole thing so exciting and prevents the fragrance from drifting into the all too lovely, pleasing. It could be the jimsonweed sticking out of here like that. I can't say exactly, because I've never smelled jimsonweed before. The bitter almond makes for this bitter sweetness, and mandarins, lemon blossom and coconut play something with the nose, lead them astray, only to disappear again, and make room for this strange, indefinable note that keeps me going until the end.
As already mentioned, this fragrance does not want to be pleasing, especially not nice or sweet. This is not a fragrance that invites "Come closer and rub your nose at me" OH NO ! It's a scent that signals "Stick your nose into my business, and I'll bite it off!" Therefore, I can well understand that some people perceive the scent as "stinky", but "Datura Noir" is worth a test, and proves that you should also give stinky characters a chance.
The Sillage is moderate, and has at least no narcotic effect on my environment.
The durability is enormous - 12 hours with me
By the way, in clothing the scent becomes much quieter, softer and more flowery.
I would wear the scent in spring or autumn, but avoid it on hot days.
*where was I? Oh, yeah, my dress. I choose to the fragrance that poison green from flowing silk, in the décolleté I let Violet lace flash. What a pity, this hunter was a handsome guy, but he didn't obey me, I can't stand that at all..but it's nothing new that men easily lose their head with me...well, let's see, the grooms are not to be despised either *gibbel*
*oh* this scent, I feel wonderfully dangerous with it. I think I'll tell my friends "Fitzi" (Malefiz) and "Morti" (Morticia Adams) about the perfume, that could be something for them. Fitzi has also put a teenager in a deep sleep.
I wish you an enchanting day, and if you like, you are welcome to drop by for a cup of tea - to the apple pie...*traller*
ps: I thank the dear Stanze for the whole ;o)