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Paloma Picasso EDP for Women

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Paloma Picasso EDP for Women

Paloma Picasso perfume was introduced by the design house of Paloma Picasso in 1984. It is classified as a refined, woody, mossy fragrance. It has a feminine scent with a blend that includes florals, along with citrus and woods.

Launched: 1984
For: Women
Notes: Coriander, Angelica, Cloves, Ylang-Ylang, Hyacinth, Jasmine, Patchouli, Civet, Oakmoss, Sandal and Vetiver.
Volume
: 100 ML
Type: Eau de Parfum


Paloma Picasso Eau de Parfum for Women 100ML

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Paloma Picasso is a perfume that everyone has an opinion about. Whether you like it or not most people agree that it evokes a sense of nostalgia for a certain time and place in a way that other fragrances don’t. If you ever wore this around the time that it came out, or even more recently, smelling it now will definitely take you back to those times and emotions, whether they were good or bad ones. As far as the perfume itself goes it seems to strike a rare balance between fullness and softness that I find just divine. It is a quintessential eighties scent, and as such is as bold and assertive as you might expect. Regardless of this it doesn’t seem to have dated as much as other fragrances from that very in-your-face era. The notes are as follows: lemon, clove, bergamot, hyacinth, iris, ylang-ylang, angelica root, jasmine, corriander, lily of the valley, rose, cedarwood, sandalwood, vetiver, musk, oakmoss, tobacco and civet, quite a heady mixture I’m sure you’ll agree. Paloma Picasso has a powerful and deep collection of base notes, leather is mixed with dark woods and added to by animalic touches that are certainly not for those who don’t like being noticed. My only gripe, which has no bearing on the original fragrance that I know and love so well, is that the version that you find on today’s perfume sections does not have nearly as much of the animalic twist to the base. This is no doubt due to modern restrictions in the use of those types of compounds, which I can understand, it’s just a slight shame. That doesn’t spoil anything though, it is still an iconic scent that we will still be talking about in decades to come.