Dior Hypnotic Poison

8 Mar

Hypnotic Poison smells like a teenage girl covered in baby powder.

It’s  also very similar to instant hot chocolate mix, complete with dehydrated mini-marshmallows in a paper packet. That is all. Smell it again and consider it. It is less like a food (or a fragrance for that matter) and more like an artificial flavoring agent. In the same vein, it is also reminiscent of the crumbly dehydrated vanilla “Astronaut Ice Cream” sandwich, which comes in the foil package and is sold in the gift shops of children’s museums.

It is not my intention to irreparably taint this work of abstract art for anyone by pointing out that the pretty, asterisk-looking thing painted boldly and unapologetically across the canvas is representative of a sphincter.  I have read some really spectacular reviews of this fragrance (using spectacular here in the most literal sense).

Artificial hot chocolate powder is either a great or an awful thing, depending on your feelings about that particular scent. Personally, I enjoy it but there is nothing more to Hypnotic Poison than that.

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