Thursday, November 14, 2013

Katy Perry Killer Queen Eau De Parfum

I'm a big fan of Katy Perry. Her style and her music. I ended up trying this on at the store and before I walked out I got the nicest compliment from a woman in the store. So I bought it.

Announced as a playful, sophisticated, powerful, edgy and delicious fragrance, it reflects the rebellious spirit of the singer. Its creation is signed by Laurent Le Guernec of IFF. Top notes include wild berries, dark plum and bergamot accords. The main note of the heart is velvety red flower (Celosia), but there are also Sambac jasmine and rainbow plumeria. The base contains cashmere, patchouli and liquid praline.

Let's talk about the bottle. Which is unique...and very pretty. Except for the cheap plastic top. And the fact that it doesn't come with a stand and I was expecting the little plastic stand. I'm still disappointed it 
wasn't in there. 

Now let's talk scent. I'm not really sure how to describe it. At first I loved it. But I find the more I wear it, the less I like it. It smells kinda like a grape/plum scent. It's supposed to have praline and patchouli. I think if it had more in it I would like it more.

It doesn't last long unless you use a lot. 

I paid around forty for the smaller bottle. Which is not a bad price for it. I wish it were cheaper though.

It's Ok if you have a lot of variety to pick from...but it might get tiresome if you use it on a daily basis.