Friday, June 15, 2012

Paris Hilton Passport Fragrance Collection: South Beach Eau de Toilette Review

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**


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Paris Hilton South Beach Eau de Toilette


The PASSPORT Collection that launched in spring 2011 for Parlux Fragrances was celebrity, Paris Hilton's way to share her extensive global jet-setting and favorite glamorous locales through fragrance with the world.  Paris, Tokyo, and South Beach were the original trio of this line followed later by her St. Moritz fragrance.  In South Beach Passport, you can feel that undeniable sexy heat of fun in the sun with this vibrant fruity-floral.

With top notes of juicy nectarine, lotus flower, and white freesias, you feel the lively energy and fresh confident beauty of this fragrance as it starts to shine. 

This conjures up images of young, shapely bikini-clad bodies parading on a sandy beach with a gentle warm breeze blowing long blonde hair once the bright, golden marigold flower and the summery jasmine sambac in the heart emerge to steal the spotlight.  And yet, there is an authentic warmth that slowly awakens as well from the floral-fruity essence of Osmanthus. 

You begin to feel the change from day to night in the dry down with notes of blonde woods, Australian sandalwood and captive musk that seduce effortlessly and softly lingers.

I really do love all of this Passport collection because each scent is special and can call to you in a different way.  To me, South Beach Passport is a great summer fragrance to excite with lots of sparkle and a happy shine while it also embraces with romance.  Look for it and pick up a bottle and you'll soon understand the irresistible appeal it has!

*Disclaimer:  This is my own honest opinion.  No money was exchanged.  All I received was a free product to facilitate this review.*

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