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I have just acquired a 2001 bottle of Hypnotic Poison.
I don't get why designer brands n e v e r listen to their customers.
I have been analysing its followers quite a time and for my taste it suits blondes and women with dry skin better. I keep giving it a chance, 2, 3, 4, more times than I can recount. So, it seems it's no plasticine for me and no Hypnotic Poison either... My Problem are 2: 1) the saltiness and the spicy notes that I notice in the opening of the scent..make me unfortunately a little bit nauseous 2) it doesn´t last longer than 4 hours in my Skin..my god? But I know that I will repurchase it, because despite these 2 issues mentioned above, the vanilla-coconut-almond dry down enchanted me in a way... Almond Joy is probably 97% sugar, 1% coconut, 1% almond, and 1% milk chocolate.
I guess I'll have to stick to prisma-colors and almond oil... (I might be exaggerating a bit.) Now remove most of the sugar and replace the milk chocolate with a gourmet dark chocolate, and that's what Hypnotic Poison smells like to me.
A generous Fragrantican gave me a sample of the vintage, which was love at first sniff.
Guys, this is huge, because almond is one of my least favorite notes.
My husband always give me compliments also when I’m wearing this so I would say its sexy???? But why would anyone want to smell like a rootbeer float? This past November I bought a new bottle of Hypnotic Poison. Now looking back, I can't believe I missed the train on this one.I also compared it side by side with the current offering at the Dior counter, and while almost identical, the vintage had just a little more powerful vanilla.However, I don't think you could go wrong with the old or new; both are pretty substantial.I hear HP is a sex bomb, which frankly I don't get, but I don't mind a bit if this is so.It's 100% gourmand to my nose; I don't get anything but doughy almond and vanilla.
Still, if you aren't well versed in 80's or 90's perfumes, or at least a huge fan of Angel, please don't blind buy.