Midnight Datura named as a Top 20 BEST WHITE FLORAL FRAGRANCES of all time by The Perfume Guy & Dalya at 3:16 in video
What are the critics saying about Midnight Datura?
“Midnight Datura, which, much like how Hermione explains Amortentia, takes the form of what attracts one most. And by that I mean it is entrancingly alluring. And like potions class at Hogwarts, it’s inspired from a calculated concoction of poisonous flowers, meant to cause people to fall in love.
Folklore tells us that this poisonous flower was used for moon worship, hunting men, and controlling animals. Basically, it's the embodiment of the female seductive empowerment over males.
When you spray it, you instantly feel drunk on the scent. So uber feminine, uber sexy, and just plain otherworldly.”
— INSTYLE MAGAZINE
“Midnight Datura comes at you, full force, in the shape of a slightly sweet, creamy, powdery, fluffy pink cloud of heady, white flowers. It feels positively overpowering right away, but it actually softens to a sensual skin scent quite fast.
Although Midnight Datura comes across as rather sweet and pink in the opening, it is a great mistake to perceive this as just an innocent or cute perfume. Underneath the fluffy floral powder puff there's a darker feeling, something slightly sinister and rather powerful. And that's what makes this scent so alluring and interesting.
Midnight Datura is the scent of a Love Goddess that doesn't take no for an answer. Love conquers all, and you're next. There's no escape. She teases you, envelops you in this candy pink cloud, and makes you feel almost drunk with her heady, intoxicating presence. And when you feel like you just can't take anymore she curls up next to you like a soft and cuddly little kitten. Perfectly sweet and innocent. Seemingly.
Yes, this fragrance has a strong and forceful opening, but it fades down to a semi sweet, creamy, powdery floral musk after about 15-20 minutes or so. The musk in here smells very arabian to my nose. It reminds me of a couple of arabian perfume oils I own: Abdul Karim al Faransi Tataouine (creamy sweet, floral white musk) and Surati Musk al Tahara (also a type of sweet and creamy white musk with floral nuances). This arabian feeling is an interesting twist in an already pretty intriguing scent, and the luscious, deep arabian aura gives this scent an even stronger undercurrent of sensual strength and alluring charm. It creates a 1001 Nights kind of ambience.
Although the fragrance dries down to a skin scent I keep getting lovely whiffs of it in the air all day long. It feels like a skin scent when you smell it up close, but it still has a lot of power it seems. It's soft, but still has a strong presence.
I like this one a lot. It's an original and really good take on the "girly pink" scent.
Longevity is about 8-9 hours on my skin, and sillage is massive at first, but dries down to a pleasant skin scent."
"Cyclonic mix of jasmine and florals. Beautiful top notes mushroom out with the force of a gale wind. Like a deluge of multi-dimensional flowers that saturate your space. Slightly changes as different flowers ascend in the vortex. Impressive drydown. Whirlwind accord expands to a heady floral, tempered by a substratal spicy powder. Sumptuous, although the datura is overwhelmed in the crowd. More noticeable late in the drydown. All the perfumes in this collection have great sillage and longevity. You can still smell them on your skin the next morning.
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