Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Paris Hilton's PASSPORT Fragrance Collection: Paris Passport Fragrance 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 PASSPORT Paris Fragrance


The PASSPORT Collection that launched in spring 2011 for Parlux Fragrances was how  jet-setting celebrity, Paris Hilton captured the moods and feels of her favorite glamorous haunts in fragrance form.  Paris, Tokyo, and South Beach are the result followed later by her new St. Moritz fragrance.  In Paris Passport, you sense the charm of that fashionable city as it comes to life in this enchanting light fruity-floral.

Through innocent eyes, you see Paris for the first time and are bursting with happiness and excitement to discover the wonders of it all  from the opening notes of sparkling mandarin, juicy red berries, and golden peach. 

The fragrance perfectly captures the romantic essence of the city with jasmine sambac, honeysuckle and purple peony that blooms to perfection in the heart.  This transformation takes the scent from fresh and flirtatious to chic and glamorous.

The more this fragrance warms, the more sophisticated and seductive the scent becomes with sexy amber and creamy musk infused with a delicate fluid vanilla and white patchouli in the base to provide that irresistible Parisian allure and sultry magic that make it a keeper.

Paris Passport Eau de Toilette  is one of my favorites of the Passport Collection because it is such a gorgeous luminous fruity-floral that can go from day to night.  This scent is perfect for warm weather because it is as refreshing as a summer breeze that carries the scent of fruits and floral.

If you're thinking of changing your fragrance for summer, I definitely think you would love Paris Passport so do get a bottle! 

*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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