Paris Hilton Heiress Perfume
Paris Hilton Heiress perfume is a fruity floral– no surprise there– and the notes include passion fruit, orange, peach granita, champagne mimosa, star jasmine, tiare flower, ylang ylang, honeysuckle, dewberry blossom, grenadine, violet leaf, vetiver, tonka bean and also blonde woods. The opening is actually, as you ‘d expect, sugar coated fruits, or more precisely, sugar coated fruit flavors; pretty much nothing here comes even near to the scent of actual fruit. It conjures up any number of things (bubblegum, children’s Motrin, lollipops) however not one of them are the champagne mimosa specified in the notes, though the fruit notes do have a touch of sparkle and fizz.
In the dry down, the bubblegum accord is joined by blur of sheer florals; it is nevertheless very sweet, but not nearly so achingly sweet as the top notes. The base incorporates some vanilla as well as musk, but hardly any warmth: this remains bright and dazzling and girly practically straight through to the end.
The Paris Hilton fragrances aren’t masterpieces, but then, you would not expect them to be. When Just Me was launched, I surmised that it may be meant as the sexy, all-grown-up sequel to the initial Paris Hilton; Heiress appears to be going in the other direction and reaching for an even younger target audience. Nevertheless, of the three, this one might be the most exciting, and there is just something sort of charming about a perfume called Heiress that smells mostly of Paradise Punch Bubblicious.