Lust in Paradise Ex Nihilo
It seems that Ex Nihilo Fleur Narcotique, the bestseller of many years, has an opponent in the battle for our beaded purses, and he is well armed.
Bright, clingy, frenziedly diffuse Lust in Paradise is built on a classic harmonious combination of fresh light roses and wood. There is no need to be afraid of the word "classic", because such a contrast of pink and black for 50 years is not coming out of perfume fashion. We love spicy and exciting aromas, and perfumers love to create them for us.
Here's the author of Lust in Paradise, perfumer of the company Zhivodan Louise Turner went on about it. But she took the coldest and bitterest pioneer roses she could find for her perfume, increased the rage of contrast with powerful musk and sweet and sour juice of lychee, and where the classical canon was supposed to be dark wood, moss or patchouli, she just didn't puff it up and the tree took live and light. As a result, it turned out to be the freshest and frivolous version of the reading of the familiar theme.
Light-minded, yes, but somehow indelibly durable. With it it it is possible not to wait for heat and walks on a promenade, and to carry on our infinite snow porridge right now.