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Midnight Poison by Dior Review
If you’re anticipating a very dark scent in the Midnight Poison, then you are bound for disappointment—but that doesn’t mean that its quality is compromised. The opening, which reveals bergamot and orange, is very clean and subtle, with a little hit of sweet. It is later on replaced by a more zesty scent, and then given a musky character. But it doesn’t quite cross sensual or intense, and instead remains dry. It is easy to wear and comes with great sillage and longevity.
Opening is sweet but subtle
Has the potential to appeal to men
Excellent performance and sillage
Scent feels dry than creamy
Not as dark as expected
Discontinued by Dior
Introduced in 2007, Midnight Poison from Dior is an addition to the family of Poison fragrances, which include Poison, Tendre Poison, Hypnotic Poison and Pure Poison. Esteemed perfumers Olivier Cresp, Jacques Cavallier and Francois Demachy are the noses behind the scent. It is a dark interpretation of the fairytale Cinderella, as evidenced by the campaign led by actress Eva Green. Midnight Dior is a feature of mandarin orange, black rose, bergamot, French vanilla, patchouli and amber.