Red Door Perfume Elizabeth Arden
Laura A few months ago we gave an overview of the history of Elizabeth Arden, by the way that the mark 100 years since the opening of the first Red Door Salon in New York, which created the association between red door, the beauty and glamor. To celebrate this anniversary, Elizabeth Arden has updated the packaging of one of its most famous fragrance, Red Door. This perfume, originally released in 1989, is very floral and sweet, with notes of lily of the valley, freesia and wild violets, heart notes of red roses, Moroccan orange flower, jasmine and ylang. The base notes, those who are finally are oakmoss, sandalwood and honey. For a limited time the new package will come in special commemorative box that is left on the main image (on the right is the usual packaging). It also has filmed a new advertising campaign, which is almost a declaration of intent of the brand it as a shy, unassuming woman becomes a woman all glamor and safety simply by crossing the red door. In addition to our congratulations for the centennial, I applaud the new packaging design. The former (shown above) was too simple and there was nothing in it that set at our memory, while the new emphasis in an elegant way the name of the perfume and its meaning for Elizabeth Arden. Laura A few months ago we gave an overview of the history of Elizabeth Arden, by the way that the mark 100 years since the opening of the first Red Door Salon in New York, which created the association between red door, the beauty and glamor. Please insert the code in the image. If next time you want to avoid this control, login above or, if you have not registered, register. am I? or the brand packaging has a little boring? I do not know to be 100 years old seems like a bland imitation of Benefit, especially the box! It's like Estée Lauder makeup before Pecheaux Tom! shadows boring! after Pecheaux pure sophistication and quality of colors. But maybe I'm not I've never been a fan of Elizabeth Arden's marketing . . "The thread hair removal does not harm either the muscle or skin. " Interviewed Rosa Martinez, director of the Center "With Thread shave. " . . .