Announced by the slogan "I'm not a girl, I'm poison."
Dior Poison Girl Eau de Toilette is an amber vanilla fragrance with a distinctive composition that celebrates youthfulness, freedom and boldness. Launched in 2017, this perfume is a fresher edition of its antecedent Poison Girl Eau de Parfum. Just like its previous version, the Dior Poison Girl Eau de Toilette is a younger interpretation of the Dior Poison universe, specially developed for a rebellious, sexy and free young woman that is not afraid to go after what she wants.
About the fragrance: Dior Poison Girl Eau de Toilette introduces us to this storyline with a more innovative formula. In fact, we are talking about a groundbreaking composition that awakens our senses through a multidimensional shock effect. The olfactory narrative is made of three different facets: refreshing frozen orange, warm roses from Grasse and sparkling neroli. Like so, this journey starts with an intriguing dialogue between a duo of frosted oranges that complement each other thanks to their dissimilarities. Moreover, a blend of sensual flowers creates a fascinating set of hot and cold. Lastly, we have tonka bean and vanilla, the signature components of the Poison Girl line. The result is an olfactory composition that feels almost like a music beat. Last but not least.
About the bottle: Dior Poison Girl Eau de Toilette also comes in the iconic Poison bottle, a luxurious piece created in 1985 by the designer Véronique Monod.
Top notes: Frosted Orange, Bitter Orange and Lemon.
Middle notes: Orange Blossom, Neroli, Grasse Rose and Damask Rose.
Base notes: Vanilla, Caramel, Tonka Bean, Heliotrope and Cashmeran.