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March 26, 2011

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emma.sanders73@ntlworld.com

Lovely poster, as you say! Mmm, this sounds like one of the beloved old Patous... but I notice someone on Makeup alley likens the dry down to Lutens Daim Blond?! (which I like, but wouldn't have conjured up from the notes). Will keep an eye out for this on ebay, but alas I don't think there'll be any up for grabs in the UK. Thanks for another very interesting post! - Emma

Perfumaniac

Hi Emma,

Hmm. I'll have to check out Daim Blond again and get back to you. Intoxication is lovely, and quite modern, even though initially it comes across as vintage. It definitely has a niche quality to it. It's cheeky without being trashy...

Tommie Jean Roosmann

Barbara, I finally was able to get the post on Intoxication. More memories! Thanks TJR

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