Why Do People Buy And Wear Those Things? Vicky Tiel’s Sirene Perfume.

Vicky Tiel Sirene.

Vicky Tiel Sirene.

 

Magnificence in a bottle. I have the miniature, a frosted glass bottle with beautiful images of women surrounding the glass. The bottle is one of my most unique smalls.
Sirene surrounds you immediately with a boozy rum scent of a Peaches Flambe. This is a rich, full, mysterious perfume that calls to your inner primal desires.
Some fragrances are splashed, some are sprayed, some are walked through. Sirene is dabbed on pulse points and hidden areas. Sweet, powdery, heavily musky, this is a powerful weapon that takes you deep into the vortex of erotic perfumery.
Sirene begins with lemony geranium and orange notes, followed by piercing, earthy florals of violet, jasmine and ylang-ylang, wrapped in powdery veils. This is a strong, animalic scent lasting hours. The vanille is strong and mature.
As the Sirens sang their songs to the Mariners, as the Slavic Faeries were spirits of seduction, and Nymphs could bring madness and infatuation to an admirer, then this perfume is aptly named Sirene. If worn appropriately, it is a powerful drug ensconced within the bottle of maidens, not to be taken lightly or used daily.
Sirene is for romance, for midnight dalliances, for seductions of love.

Fragrance Notes: Orange, Peach, Geranium, Tincture Of Rose, Violet, Jasmine, Peony, Ylang-Ylang, Musk, Vanille, Woodsy Notes.

Sirene is considered a floral fragrance and is marketed by Five Star Fragrances. Vicky Tiel has created ten fragrances to date, Sirene, Venus, Venus De L’Amour, Ulysse, Tickled Pink, Sensuel, Ethere, Originale, Destine, and Couture. Information can be found through her website at http://www.vickytiel.com/fragrances.php.  She has designed clothing for Elizabeth Taylor, Goldie Hawn, Kim Kardashian and Halle Berry and been in the business for over forty years.

Peace.

Sorceress.

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