Inspired by ELIZABETH ARDEN – RED DOOR
ELIZABETH ARDEN – RED DOOR Red Door Perfume by Elizabeth Arden, A 2013 fragrance foundation hall of fame perfume, red door was composed in 1989 by master perfumer carlos benaim to commemorate the famous “red door” of the elizabeth arden salon on fifth avenue in new york city. This is an elegant and refined floral for women with notes of orange blossom, anise, peach, carnation, tuberose, ylang ylang, honey and a base of heliotrope, benzoin, cedar, and sandalwoodand epitomizes luxury.
ELIZABETH ARDEN – RED DOOR FRAGRANCE NOTES
Top Notes – Lily of the Valley, Freesia, Wild Violets
Mid Notes – Red Rose, Moroccan Orange Flower, Jasmine, Ylang
Base Notes – Oakmoss, Sandalwood, Honey
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The composition of perfumes is a fascinating study. Every fragrance contains a blend of top notes, middle notes, and base notes. The top notes hit almost immediately after applying a perfume, but they last mere moments. Middle notes replace the top notes, staying about one hour after application. Following the fade of the middle notes, the base notes take over. These heady scents will last for several hours, and they generally make the most memorable impression.